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On the bleeder it is either on the thermostat housing or on the heater return line located at the top of the water
pump. It should be a brass fitting.
On the flush you'll need to get the heater core, engine and radiator so the best thing to do is get a Prestone Flush Kit which has a tee adapter that you will splice in at the incoming heater
hose going to the heater core. The inlet will be the bottom line at the firewall so check there and that will be the right hose. You can leave the adapter installed for any future work.
The biggest problem will be figuring out how much new coolant to add to get for example a 50/50 mix. I use distilled water and do a premix in another container. When flushing and then draining via the radiator drain plug
there will be water left over in the engine block. There is a block drain located at the front and rear block. The rear one will be hard to get at to drain the block. The front should be accessible but then again it is not necessary to remove the engine drain plugs. You can get a cheapy cooling system tester later to figure out if you have the right freeze or boil over protection.
The radiator drain plug is located on the driver's side of the radiator engine side.
The drain plug will turn about 1/4 inch counterclockwise and coolant will start draining out. You can use the end of a 1/4" drive socket ratchet or handle to open or close the radiator drain plug. It fits just right. BTW- It is cheap plastic and fragile. You will need to remove a plastic splash guard under the radiator for access the the radiator drain plug and to catch old coolant.
After doing the flush, draining what is left, and refilling you can perform the air bleed. Engine should be brought up to operating temperature first and make sure thermostat
opens. Re-check coolant level in radiator and the coolant reservoir afterwards. About a day later you can do a final bleed to make sure all air is out of the system.
BTW - After flushing I would still undo the lower and upper radiator hoses to help get old coolant out although draining at the radiator will suffice. Some people remove the thermostat before flushing. I use my garden hose and regular tap water supply during flushing.