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Where is the radiator drain plug located on a 1988 chev corsica?

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Radiator drain plug (petcock) is located on the passenger side of the radiator underneath on the very bottom of the radiator.


Either at the bottom or rear of the radiator


Look either at the bottom of radiator or on the rear of the radiator bottom



out the petcock on the back side of the radiator


As far as I know, there is no fuse panel under the hood of 1988 Corsica. The fuse panel on my 1988 corsica is on the side panel of the dash board at the driver's side. There should be a cover that you can easily remove to expose the fuses.


let engine cool -open radiator cap -move a large container under radiator drain fitting( it's hard to see- located on lower left corner of radiator)-attach 3/8" diameter hose to fitting to direct coolant into container- turn fitting counterclockwise-pliers may be needed.


at the bottom of the radiator on the driver side


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Remove the fan clutch, and fan shroud ( it pulls out of clips), then drain coolant and remove the upper and lower radiator hoses. then remove the 2 bolts at the top of the radiator.



Its right there in the front its two bolts i believe look right pest your radiator cap it has a rounded housing and its silver looking


It will be on the back side of the engine where the distributor used to be on older engines.


I had a 85 Corolla that had the plug on the bottom left side of the radiator as you are looking under the hood from the front.


..the oil filter is located under the engine , centered approx. 4 inches back from the radiator.


The A/C condenser drain is located underneath the car toward the center of the vehicle. Just follow the outline of the condenser box, it should have a rubber nipple on it.


The oil drain plug is located on the underside of the engine directly below the filler hole. The head of the bolt will need a 17mm socket to remove.


located on radiator shroud on drivers side and possibly drivers side on fenderwell


Usually in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose


The 1988 Corsica made a lot of sales after its debut in 1988. It was an impressive model weighing approximately 2,589-2,688lbs with a standard 2.0 liter four making 90 horsepower and a five-speed manual transmission.


There is no drain on the block, just the drain on the radiator (bottom of rad drivers side, facing the transmission).ANS 2 The above is perfectly correct, but if you still wish to drain coolant fluid from that block, the easiest way is removing the lower rad hose from engine side.


Drain the radiator on the 1988 Cavalier. Take of the water pump belt. If the fan and shroud are in the way then remove them. unbolt and remove the pump. Bolt up the new pump and put the belt back on. Put the shroud and fan on if they were removed. Fill the radiator back up.


Anyway, it is located in the lowerr radiator house, at the engine, when the engine is cold drain the coolant, remove the lower hose, pop out the thermostat, remove gasket, clean surface and replace. Fill with coolant, let it get warm, then add more coolant when the new thermotat opens up.



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