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Is draining the coolant from the engine block necessary? what'll happen if i don't drain all the coolant b4 removing upper air intake chamber?
 

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VeeZed
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It's not neccesary... When removing the coolant bypass lines from the TB, just put a small container under it to catch what comes out..then just top it back up later when your done.
 

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thanks jet!

reason i'm asking is b/c i'm having trouble locating the other 2 drain cocks.
 

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Bullitprooph
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monito said:
thanks jet!

reason i'm asking is b/c i'm having trouble locating the other 2 drain cocks.
Which ones do you mean? The only drain cock I know of is on the radiator...
 

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VeeZed
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TBoy, there are 2 bolts on the engine block itself that are removed when draining coolant. There a PITA to get to!, so in most cases, you can leave them in when doing work.
 
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