Where is the radiator drain plug on a 98 dodge stratus es? Are there any how to videos or something that can help me I don't know what I am doing I can't afford to pay a mechanic

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Asked by Mar 21, 2013 at 09:48 PM about the 1998 Dodge Stratus 4 Dr ES Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am trying to drain my coolant
system and I can't locate the drain
plug.

8 Answers

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With a car that old, they're full of crud anyways. Remove the lower radiator hose.

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Where can I find the radiator hose I looked for both

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The big black hose coming out of back of radiator on bottom,the drain is on very bottom on back,perhaps you should think about this before attempting.

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buy the hand book on your car its very decriptive i have a 99 dodge stratuc and flushed my raditor myself im 24 female with no experience learning as i go. your plug should be on the driver side on the bottom of the raditor very tight spot i had to remove my front bumper to get to it. you may have to replace the o-ring on the plug if it leaks from the plug when draining.

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use prestone flushing liquid it works

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Hey numb brain, there is a hole on the bottom of the bumper a round circle/hole beneath this hole is a nut. that is the drain nut.

Wow helpful answer asshole, hope someone gives you the same shit when you're dealing with something unfamiliar to you.

hahaha.. it's good to be able to laugh when dealing with a problem ed car.... Thanks guys

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