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I have a 2019 T-Boss 410 that I am about to change the thermostat and the fan switch on. In order to do this, I obviously will have to drain the coolant. Is there a petcock on drain plug somewhere in the cooling system that is for draining, or do I need to remove a hose to accomplish this? I am hoping that it can be done via some type of drain. 

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