i replaced my radiator on a 2000 dodge neon 5 speed...i took the radiator from a 2000 dodge neon automatic...it leaks coolant through these tubes, is there an part that adapts to this and stops the leaks

Asked by Jul 10, 2013 at 01:23 PM about the 2000 Dodge Neon 4 Dr ES Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the part of the radiator is at the very bottom is 2 copper tubes that look like they connect to some hoses my car doesnt have

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209,805

Since you pulled the radiator from an automatic , the bungs are to attach the transmission cooler lines as the radiator has a seperate passage for the automatic transmission. You will need to purchase some plugs to screw into these passages to stop your leak.

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what are the plugs called if you dont mined me asking

209,805

They don't sell them for this reason, but what I would do is determine what the thread size is and purchase a drain plug to match and screw in.

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