Yes they do.
When standing in front of the van it is on the left hand side on the engine side of the radiator it's on the bottom. It plastic.
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It is that drain plug looking thing at the bottom left of the radiator.
If it is a plug it unscrews counterclockwiseIf it is a petcock it opens clockwise Remove the lower radiator hose
Lower drivers side of the radiator.
Should be on the bottom or rear of the radiator
It is located on the condenser in front of the radiator. Easy to access if you remove the grill and disconnect the high pressure line.
get under the truck and look up. should be accesable from there.
The plug gap is .60
You can find it on the bottom of the radiator. If you want to see it you have "climb" under the car.
At the bottom of the radiator on the passangers side.
It is a small rubber plug on the bottom passenger side of radiator, just below the lower hose.
It is located on the bottom or bottom side of the radiator. You will actually turn the stem to drain your radiator.
i have a 77 Chevy pickup and i was told by my friend the works on the race cars in okc that for 88 to 98 is .45 or .045 i don't remember if you look at the spark plug gapper then you will know but i go for more hourse power and i set mine at 65 so any where in that range
I have a 98 S10 pickup with the 2.2L engine and standard transmission. I average 27 mpg.
Get an inexpensive syphon hose
Left would be driver side.
To drain the coolant system on a 98 Corsa, locate the drain plug under the radiator. Remove the plug and catch the run-off in a pan.
it is locate under neath of your radiator.drivers side.:)
on my 98 Bravada there is a flap under the car where the oil filter is. I took mine off and on the passenger side of the radiator, theres a green radiator plug. On mine you turn the plug and pull it out a little.
Yes it will as long as the 98 trans is not out of a 4x4. SAMETHING
The 1998 Chevy Silverado pickup truck shift solenoid can be found on the left-hand side of the engine. The shift solenoid will be near the center of the transmission.