there is no drain plug.just remove bottom radiator hose
looking at the motor, its on the right side of the radiator at the bottom
bottom driver side corner(should be a screw drain)
The engine coolant drain plug in the 1996 Ford Probe 4-cylinder is located at the bottom end of the radiator. There is a coolant reservoir at the top of the engine as well.
To drain the radiator on a 1999 Ford Expedition, place a bucket under the radiator. Unscrew the radiator drain hose or valve on the bottom of the radiator. Remove the radiator cap.
drivers side bottom of radiator facing engine. plastic drain plug. make sure to open the cap to increase flow.
The 2006 Ford Taurus radiator drain plug is located on the bottom of the radiator. The drain plug can be removed with a half inch ratchet.
When you open up your hood look down on the driver's side below the radiator. It should be a white wingnut looking thingy with a tiny hose pointed to the ground. I have 1995 Ford Probe, and I found this out the hard way last month. You can also feel it from the bottom of you car when you stick your hand in
It is in front of the radiator.
Yessir, it will.
Follow the bottom radiator hose and it will lead you under the distributor and you will just have to take the two 12mm bolts out and there it is.
There's a drain plug on the bottom passenger side of the radiator. Unscrew it and the coolant will drain.
The petcock should be along the bottom edge of the radiator facing the engine. It is probably close to the bottom hose connector.
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The radiator drain plug on a Ford 5.4 L Triton motor is located on the bottom, right side of the radiator. It allows the coolant to be quickly drained.
The 1995 Ford Probe, either the GT or the 4 cylinder DID NOT COME with a Turbo.
because it has a hole. or your radiator drain is loose
look at the bottom or rear of radiator
If you do not see a drain plug on the A/T pan then it does not have one. Pan must be removed to access the filter, and drain & clean the pan. Most transmission fluid pans do not have a drain plug.
Drain the radiator. Leaving the drain plug open, run water from a hose into the radiator and continue to flush until the out coming water is clear.