I was attempting to drain the radiator, on the the battery side is a is a plug it makes a quater turn,do I pull it or or was suppose to drain already..first 300M

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Asked by Jan 23, 2015 at 07:00 AM about the 2004 Chrysler 300M STD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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That is the petcock, all it takes is a 1/4 turn to open to drain the radiator (have the radiator cap off).

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I have the cap off the resevore there isn't one on the radiator. (never seen one like that) and nothing happened. Where exactly does the anti freeze drain. Think it's clogged

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Or did you mean 1/4 turn and pull the plug out

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Yes, pull it after turning it, "lefty loosey" as they say - may actually take more than 1/4 turn, just turn it until it stops. Should pop out after turning it. Just in case it should break as they're known to do, you may want to buy a spare one first from parts store, they're cheap.

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after all that all I got was a slow drip. do you think a radiator flush will resolve this. I have limited resourses, that's why im under the hood. Thanks for the help

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Where is the drainage plug on a 2001 chrysler 300m

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