The drain plug is located on the driver side, bottom corner of the radiator, facing the engine. Use a pair of biscripts or plyers to GENTLY remove it. Here is a strange tip that works if you are flushing your radiator: Use Palmolive automatic dishwashing detergent instead of flush cleaner. It will neutralize more rust and leave your radiator cleaner. Just remember to run enough water though it that there are not any bubbles left in the radiator or flush water.
most GM radiators have a peticock at the lower driver side corner of the radiator. Often hard to see from most angles.
I'm assuming you're trying to drain the radiator? Look up through the front wheel well on the passenger side. You'll see it on the back of the radiator.
It will be on the bottom right corner of the radiator under the hood
In front of the engine behind the a/c condensor
Standing in front of truck with hood opened look down at the bottom right corner of radiator and you will find it there.
It goes to the water pump.
Is this a Tralblazer with a 4.2L engine. Your vehicle may not be so equipped. If that is the case, factory service information recommends draining the radiator by disconnecting the lower radiator hose.
Bottom corner of the rad unless it's broken off. You can also remove the lower rad hose to drain it.
Hey guys, I trying to take off a fan clutch on my 2003 chev blazer and want to know if I have to remove the radiator to do it.
If you will follow the top radiator hose to the engine, you will see were it clamps to a housing. It is under that housing.
Depends, It could be either the discharge or suction hose.
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