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Mazda Protege
1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers

Where is the radiator drain plug located on a 1996 Mazda Protege?

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2008-08-20 19:49:31
2008-08-20 19:49:31

As you face the front of the car the plug is located on the back of the radiator, toward the bottom, closest to the passenger side. It is large, white and plastic. In order to see it you need to crawl under the car and look at the back of the radiator. The manual tranny version has a flathead nut, the auto has a phillips. The nut is also like a wing nut that you could twist with your fingers if you can fit them in there. Good luck!

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