As you face the front of the car it is located on the left hand side of the radiator. It is directly on the bottom of the radiator and is a plastic plug that uses a Phillips screwdriver to take it out. Be careful and don't break it as a new one runs about $5.00 from Nissan.
there is no drain plug for the transmission!
The coolant drain plug on a Nissan Micra engine block is on the upper part of the block. It is under the intake manifold.
The oil drain plug on a 1995 Nissan Pathfinder is located under the engine. Maintenance includes replacement of the oil pan gasket.
The oil drain plug is located on the deepest part of the oil pan.
My transmission guy informed me that Nissan Pathfinders do not have a drain plug, that they are a self-contained unit. If you are leaking fluid, your seals need to be replaced
Answering "Where is engine coolant drain plug for a 1.8 Nissan sentra engine?"
Where is the drain plug for 86 nissan pickup
DRAIN PLUG IS ON RIGHT SIDE OF RADIATOR. YOU NEED TO REMOVE THE PLASTIC PROTECTION UNDER THE RADIATOR TO GET TO IT.
on the oil pan
In the oil pan.
NO SE TU....
type is 2011 model
Generally on the bottom of the radiator.
The drain plug is on the bottom of the radiater but the best way to change it is to have it profesionally flushed
The drain plug for the coolant on a 2004 Nissan Quest is on the lower corner of the radiator on the inside. In other words, on the side of the radiator that faces the engine.Ê
Should be a drain plug either at bottom or rear of radiator or remove lower hose
The location is engine specific. Which model Sentra do you have and which engine does it have?
under the hood
No drain plug. must remove lower radiator hose.
Transmission drain plug 2011 drain plug
Should be on either the bottom or the rear lower section of the radiator
in the altima, the radiator plug is at the left side of the bottom. if your planning to drain it, be very carefull because the plug is kinda fragile since its plastic. dont over tighten when putting it back in :)
Drain plug for what?
On my 89 maxima, the drain plug is on rear left portion of the bottom of the radiator. Its a somewhat large plastic screw that you should be able to loosen with your fingers. Look for a small tube facing either backward or downward (possibly with flexible plastic tube attached) The drain plug should be very close to that. Loosening the drain plug to a point will cause coolant to pour out of the small tube, you should not need to remove the plug.
I don't know of any ford escorts made with a drain plug. This is because a drain plug has to be threaded and threads can strip out, especially if you get the drain plug too tight; as in the case of an oil pan drain plug.