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#1842948 - 08/22/09 04:24 PM Radiator drain plug on 98 Marquis?
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Hello Fellow Panther fans.Today I started to look for the radiator drain valve/plug on my 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis in the usual place, at the bottom of the radiator. This is the first time I've looked for the drain valve on this car, I could not spotted. I would use a Haynes, but I usually order/burrow them from the library and it takes 3 days to get them. So I thought I post this question.I am getting ready to personnally drain the radiator to make sure it is as clean as possible. Oh yeah if you have any tips, please post them.
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#1842970 - 08/22/09 04:51 PM Re: Radiator drain plug on 98 Marquis? [Re: 98marquis46L]
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If it's anything like the 99 and 00 panthers I have, it's on the driver side bottom of the radiator. It's a white plastic plug.
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#1842988 - 08/22/09 05:19 PM Re: Radiator drain plug on 98 Marquis? [Re: BlueFusion]
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 Originally Posted By: BlueFusion
If it's anything like the 99 and 00 panthers I have, it's on the driver side bottom of the radiator. It's a white plastic plug.


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#1843048 - 08/22/09 07:40 PM Re: Radiator drain plug on 98 Marquis? [Re: mustang_zulu]
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Found it, thank you very much.
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