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How to replace radiator drain plug on 2001 jeep wrangler

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Check to see if the thermostat is installed correctly there is a certain way it goes the cooling system. Since you have had a lot of parts replaced could have air trapped in system this can cause overheating as well. Drain radiator leave cap of and start motor add water slowly until radiator is at the level recommended. Does car have white smoke comming out exhuast pipe this would be good indication of a blown head gasket. Hope this helps

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Radiator Plug Location

It should be on the right lower side of the radiator when looking at the engine .

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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SOURCE: drain radiator

How easy is it to remove lower rad hose? I've reverted to that more than once rather than fight with some of those drain plugs & their neat locations.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 1990 4.2 Jeep Wrangler that is overheating

Still sounds like a bad radiator...new or from scrapyard? If you can't add coolant faster than a really slow dribble that's a big clue.
You can run the engine with the heater on high and the engine should not air-lock. I'd also remove the thermostat just to make sure it is not defective. Run the engine without it and see if it still overheats. Last, it is possible that your head gasket has failed, and engine compression is causing the overheat. I tend to think not only because the hose stays soft.
While it's running, also make sure that the lower hose is not "sucking in" if it is, replace it. On 4.0 engines you can also get the serpentine belt on wrong and it will drive the pump backwards. if you replaced the belt check that too.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2002 Jeep Liberty 3.7 liter is leaking coolant

The Drain Plug aka Radiator Drain **** has an o-ring on it that does wear-out over time, causing a leak. You can remove and replace these relatively ease. They only turn 1/4th to 1/3rd Counterclockwise to Open and Clockwise to Close. Work on only when the engine is cool. Leave the cap on the radiator to create a suction, decreasing the amount of radiator fluid you will lose. OR drain the Radiator Fluid into a clean container and save for reuse.
Have the new Radiator Drain **** ready for immediately insertion after removing the other leaking Radiator Drain ****. To Remove:
Twist the Radiator Drain **** counterclockwise and pull, continuing to twist counterclockwise removing it.
Immediately install the new Radiator Drain **** by first pushing in and then twisting clockwise to close.
Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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