where is the radiator drain plug for a 05 dodge stratus

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Asked by Jul 20, 2013 at 03:07 AM about the 2005 Dodge Stratus R/T

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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There is a petcock on the bottom corner of the radiator

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if it is stubborn, or is made from plastic and simply is inoperative, pull the lower hose (not shown, in H25's illustration) sometimes unless the petcock is less than co-operative, this is one solution to this problem~

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Plastic, this is factory

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And will not accept this brass, brass one has tapered pipe threads. plastic one the rubber washer with non tapered threads

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thanks so much. You hit answer on the money!!!!! Super

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They deleted my picture of a brass fitting inside of an hour of posting, ans all it was just a brass petcock with no copyright marks no watermarks I think these guys delete my images for no other reason than to irritate me, and it works, You win.

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