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SexiSilverBullet
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Dec 19, 1:36pm - #70765 
Where the hell is the "petcock"? Please help?!?

I am trying to flush my radiator myself.. and I ran into a bit of trouble. I'm not sure exactly where the "petcock" is.. other than in the right-hand corner.. Could someone please post a pic or a good description of it? Thanx-a-Latte wave

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Dec 19, 2:06pm - #70766 
do not open this when the engine is hot, you will be sprayed with hot coolant.

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Dec 19, 3:33pm - #70767 
is there another located on the lower part of the radiator? its my understanding that it should drain out if removed

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Dec 19, 3:49pm - #70768 
Originally Posted by SexiSilverBullet
is there another located on the lower part of the radiator? its my understanding that it should drain out if removed

yea the petcock is at the bottom of the radiator...


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Dec 19, 6:00pm - #70769 
Stand at the front left (driver's-side) corner of your car, and you should be able to see it, although if you have your stock air box, there is a good chance that it's in the way.

It's a tight fit, but if you stick your hand down there, you should be able to loosen it, and the radiator coolant will drain out directly below the petcock. Just make sure the engine is cold and you have something underneath to catch the coolant.

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Dec 19, 11:33pm - #70770 
Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
do not open this when the engine is hot, you will be sprayed with hot coolant.

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Yeah, I've only doen that ONCE

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