Look at the lower or rear of radiator
Either on the bottom or on the back side of the radiator toward the bottom
the rad drain plug is located on the drivers side behind the front bumper
are you kidding me ? ...wouldnt logic dictate that the drain plug for anything would be on the bottom of it ?
drivers side bottom of radiator.
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oh its for a Pontiac sunfire
It may or may not have a drain plug for the radiator. Look at the bottom of the radiator usually on the passenger side of the car. It doesn't really look like an actual plug. It is more like a plastick wing nut, just unscrew it and it should drain. Some radiators don't have drain plugs at all. If it doesn't just take off the lower radiator hose from either the radiator or the engine block and do it that way i think the sunfire drain is on the driverside of radiator facing forward. it should be a 1/4 inch hole in center. you have to turn and pull to drain. be careful not to damage plug or radiator.
im not sure but if you follow the spark plug wires they will take you to the coil packs
Check on the engine side of the radiator, one of the two lower corners. It can be hard to see and get at. Mine was a small plastic flat blade, sort of like a key.
the sunfire auto trans has no drain plug. You must drop the pan.
The 1996 Cadillac STS Radiator does not have a drain plug
on the radiator
The 1991 Pontiac Grand Am radiator drain plug can be found on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
The very bottom of the engine. Plug is at rear.
where is the radiator drain plug on a chev cavalier
The 1996 Chevy Astro Van radiator drain plug can be found on the right hand side of the radiator. The drain plug will be near the bottom of the radiator.
Try Front Left.
drivers side bottom right of radiator remove shield and look for plug
It is on the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side.
The radiator petcock drain on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville is on the bottom of the radiator. Look for a small black plug that looks like the plug found on a thermos or cooler.
first i would try the oil pan
Should be at the bottom of the radiator logically...