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arsenuts411

drain plug on port side

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arsenuts411

The drain plug that is on the port side of the engine that you are suppose to remove for winterization my hot water for the shower is fed from that. I was wondering if I disconnect the quick connect that is attached to the shower temperture control unit to let it drain if I would have to still remove the plug from the block?

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eyepeeler

If all of the water comes out, you are probably OK. If the water doesn't come out, you had better pull the plug.

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Wayne

Whats the harm in removing it just to be sure? I would rather take a little extra time in winterizing than risk damage.

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Eric LX

It would be a good idea to remove it and stick a piece of wire or small screwdriver in the opening to makes sure that there isn't any sand or debris building up.

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arsenuts411

I guess that you guys are right for the few minutes that it will take I guess its worth it.

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