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first. Leave it on, unscrew the tip (with a deep socket) and then unscrew the yellow cap. There was likely too much pressure. The drain nipple is the BEST thing. It's really really easy, I don't get why so many people complain about it.
I can't imagine having to undo those clamps on the lower rad hose.
Take a look around where it was. It may have just fallen off on the body of the car near the radiator...take a bright light and shine it down there. I've 'lost' it there a couple of times.
Best of luck, I'm sure it's there somewhere...
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