How to Drain a 2001 Dodge Radiator?

Answer The radiator on a Dodge is the heart of the engine cooling system. Dodge recommends flushing the cooling system on a regular basis. Your service interval will vary depending on what model Dodge you... Read More »

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How to Drain a 2001 Dodge Stratus Radiator?

The petcock on the 2001 Dodge Stratus radiator is a replaceable part. It is plastic. When changing the antifreeze, check the petcock to ensure that it is not leaking before you start draining the r... Read More »

How to Remove the Radiator Drain Plug in a 2001 Dodge Ram?

The radiator drain plug on the 2001 Dodge Ram keeps the coolant inside the radiator. The drain plug also allows the radiator to be serviced by draining the coolant. Engine coolant is designed to la... Read More »

How to Drain the Radiator on a 2001 Grand Am?

Draining the radiator of a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am is an easy process that can be completed in less than a half hour. The coolant in the radiator should be drained and replaced with each tuneup or ab... Read More »

How to Drain a 2001 Stratus Radiator?

Check the condition of the coolant in your 2001 Dodge Stratus regularly to make sure that it is free of discolorations, debris and contaminants. If your coolant begins to change color or contains a... Read More »