Question about 1998 Plymouth Breeze
Radiator was leakeing tryed to get drain plug out and it snapped off. Radiator still in car don't want to have to remove
Ok I have seen two things done here...if the drain area is dry.. you can do this...spray the area clean with carbeurator cleaner and allow to air dry..then take a 2part JBweld epoxy and mix it together well and apply it completely around the drain plug area covering the entire thing.. let dry..and it should not leak..in some cases the same can be done with autobody filler or body putty a two part plastic mix.. the key is to have the area completely dry or the putty will not stick and form agood seal..good luck..
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on one side of the radiator near the bottom is a petcock. open the petcock to drain. Take the radiator cap off to do this to allow it to vent so it will drain out.
If you cant find it, remove the bottom hose off the radiator. This is messy but effective.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
AFTER THE CAR WARMS UP TWO 192-210 DEGREES THE FAN WILL COME ON IF IT DOESN'T THE COOLENT TEMP SWITCH ON THE MOTOR IS BAD / ALSO THE FAN RELAY SWITCH COULD BE BAD . BUT IN ALMOST ALL APPLICATIONS ITS THE COOLENT TEMP SENSOR
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
SOURCE: were trying to find the
The Drain **** is located on the bottom Right (passenger) side of the radiator. Turn counterclockwise to drain. Do not turn drain **** more that 1/2 turn or damage may occure. NOTE: To open draincock on vehicle equipped with 2.5L engine, use a 3/8 inch drive extension 3" long, a 19mm socket with universal. good-day !
Posted on Aug 28, 2011
SOURCE: how do you access the
my 97' plymouth is leaking water from a hose at the bottom of the van. Can someone please help me? Dont know the name of the hose. I think its a hose connected to the water pump,its 2 hoses connected with a tube
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
The area behind the drain plug on the radiator is likely plugged up with debris. Removing the lower radiator hose will do the same thing and a little faster. You also run the risk of the drain plug leaking if you remove it. Removing the lower hose will prevent this from happening as well. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!
Posted on Feb 21, 2012
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