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To drain antifreeze

(1999 Ford Taurus)
in Springville, PA on August 08, 2009
I cannot locate the drain plug
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on August 08, 2009
Just take the lower hose off.
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on August 09, 2009
If you think opening the rad drain is going to get all your antifreeze out, you think wrong.
on August 08, 2009
I found it after a stuggle with the big poly pannel and its tiny rusted 3,000 screws, that goes from the bumper to the frame. The drain plug is a 3/4 inch white poly nut, at the bottom side of the radiator, on the drivers side. I did not want to remove the lower hose, to cut back on messyness.
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