According to the instructions for changing the coolant, you need to remove the bumper to gain access to the lower radiator hose
Let's consider an alternative way to drain the coolant.
Remove the right lining of the engine compartment (Fig. 1).
Disconnect the collar of the neck of the washer barrel and take the neck of the tank to the side (Fig. 2)
Raise the right front side of the car and remove the front right wheel.
We unscrew the two screws of the side fastening of the front fender liner to the bumper, take out the clips and remove the front half of the right fender liner (Fig. 3).
Raise the air conditioner tank up (Fig. 4) so that the air conditioner tube does not interfere.
Using tongs, we compress the clamp and remove the lower hose from the expansion tank (Fig. 5)
We lower the end of the hose (Fig. 6) into a suitable container for draining about 6 liters, and drain the coolant.
Flush the engine cooling system with water.
Installing a new screw clamp (Fig. 7)
Before pouring antifreeze, unscrew the air bleed plug.
To do this, we loosen the two clamps of the air supply hose to the throttle assembly (Fig. 8)
We take out the hose (depending on the recirculation system, the crankcase gas recirculation hose can be installed on the hose, then it must also be disconnected).
Use a slotted screwdriver to unscrew the air bleed plug (Fig. 9)
We squeeze the clamp and remove the plug 1 on the thermostat housing (Fig. 10)
Pour antifreeze through the plug of the expansion tank (Fig. 11)
As soon as air bubbles come out through the plugs, we immediately twist them.
After that, add antifreeze so that its level is above the min mark on the expansion tank.
Install all parts in reverse order.