how do I drain the radiator on a 2007 cobalt with no petcock

Asked by Jul 18, 2017 at 11:25 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt 2 Dr 2LT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My engine is overheating. It is not the thermostat, water pump, the fan, or the
head gasket. I can not find any information hoe to get the water out of the
engine

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79,645

Take off the lower radiator hose.

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how do you bleed the air when you are through

79,645

Open the radiator cap and idle the engine with the car facing up hill.

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there is no radiator cap.

79,645

There is a reservoir cap.

4,335

However, if the car is overheating why are you concerned with draining the coolant? Is the system full? Is there air trapped in the system? I would find the source of the overheating problem first if I were you.

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