look at the bottom or rear of radiator
1. Place a drain pan of sufficient capacity under the radiator and open the petcock (drain) on the radiator. è Plastic petcocks easily bind. Before opening a plastic radiator petcock, spray it with some penetrating lubricant. 2. Drain the cooling system completely. 3. Close the petcock. 4. Remove the drain pan.
Not all radiators have petcocks. Simply disconnect the bottom hose to drain.
The oil drain valve on a 2000 Ford Explorer Sport is located near the rear of the oil pan. The radiator drain petcock is located at the bottom the radiator.
Were is the ac drain on a ford tempo,
On the older 4.0L Ford there is a plastic shroud directly under the radiator. Remove it (not hard) and you should find the drain petcock. It is easy to spot and is on the passenger side of the radiator.
If it is a plug loosen counterclockwise If it is a petcock loosen clockwise
If it's a 5.4 you have to loosen the petcock on the radiator. There is also a drain valve on each side of the engine that you have to loosen to drain the system. Without this, you'll only get about half of the coolant out with the radiator only.
Virtually all automobiles have a drain plus (petcock) on the bottom of the radiator for the purpose of draining coolant. Your car should have that on the inside of the radiator, on the botom, on the driver side of the car.
To drain your coolant there should be a petcock ( metal rectangular screw type drain)or plug on the bottom of your radiator ussually near the left or right side of radiator.
The 1991 Ford Tempo radiator plug is on the bottom of the radiator. The plug can be removed with a half inch ratchet.
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.
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.
With the petcock on the bottom passenger side of the radiator. Or for a faster but messier way take the lower rad hose off where it joins to the rad.
it is at the bottom driverside of the rad, and its a hex nut
At the BOTTOM of the radiator on the drivers side. OR just take the bottom hose off at the radiator.
The petcock should be along the bottom edge of the radiator facing the engine. It is probably close to the bottom hose connector.
There's a drain plug on the bottom passenger side of the radiator. Unscrew it and the coolant will drain.
pull the petcock on the bottom of the radiator. it's either on the feft or the right bottom
there is no drain plug.just remove bottom radiator hose
Put a pair of pliers on it and turn it counter clockwise,
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.
because it has a hole. or your radiator drain is loose