You have to use the coolant reservoir. You'll notice it's marked as a pressure cap. If it's loose, you'll notice as your temp guage will keep going up and down instead of being steady. Many vehicles do not have a cap ON THE RADIATOR, but instead have a pressure cap on the coolant reservoir. I don't own a Buick Skylark and haven't worked on one, so I can only guess with you.
There should be a drain on the bottom of the radiator somewhere. If you cannot find one, then remove the lower radiator hose and drain the coolant form that location.
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Replace the radiator. It is plastic and cannot be repaired.
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Don't bother with the drain plug. Even if you can find it, once you open it, they tend to leak when you close them. Instead, remove the lower radiator hose. It's messier, but quick. GM no longer installs drain valves in late model cars due to the problems with them not sealing again. Oh, and they can't afford the 0.32 for the valve anymore.
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not all vehicles have a rdiator cap. some newer ones ,have the coolant added thru the overflow bottle. if the radiator cap cannot be seen on the radiator it doesnt have one
The radiator is more than likely plastic and cannot be repaired ..DO NOT use any of those quick fix things like the radiator repair crud .. just take it like a man and replace the radiator............
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If you cannot find the drain plug you can also pull the lower radiator hose. MAKE SURE THE ENGINE IS COLD!!!
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Yes, it can be welded, depending on the location of the crack. Some radiators are repairablbe, depending on the construction of the radiator. Older style all-brass/copper radiators can be soldered (not welded) if the leak area is accessible and the surrounding metal is strong enough. Some newer style plastic tank/aluminum core radiators can be repaired if the leak is at the joint between the tank(s) and the core, while others cannot. The plastic tanks themselves and the aluminum cores cannot be reliably repaired.
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Please advise where the radiator cap is located on a 1994 ford thunderbird. I have to add a stop leak product to stop antifreeze leak and I cannot locate the cap.
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Oil may be thinning out when vehicle overheats and cannot maintain proper oil pressure
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I'm not sure about this particular car but not all radiators have a drain plug. If you cannot locate the drain plug then simply remove the bottom radiator hose to drain the radiator. Keep in mind that you may need to replace the hose clamp if it has the one-use factory style clamp. The drain plug is directly below your upper radiator hose at the bottom of the radiator.
A radiator has no moving parts. It's only job is to dissipate the heat of combustion in your engine. If it doesn't do that job, it's bad. One of the most insidious faults a radiator can have is rust and corrosion build up inside the radiator. This keeps the fluid from circulating. Many times, this cannot be seen. A corroded radiator is a bad radiator. A leaky radiator is a bad radiator; it can't hold the fluid. A radiator with a majority of the cooling fins bent so that air can't pass through is a bad radiator; it can't cool the fluid. One of the tests they do on radiators is to pump them up with air and listen for whistling leaks. Sometimes, they submerge them in a bath to see if any bubbles form, and if they form, where they're coming from. If bubbles do form, it is a bad radiator.