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I want to change the coolant and I can't find the drain plug on my 1992 chrysler town and country

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Its at the very bottom of te radiator

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country getting 9.6 mpg


yes you need a new thermostat or there is low coolant. this will affect the mpg because your overheating and thats why its stalling. dont drive until you fix or you will blow your head gasket if it isnt blown already. change thermostate and check coolant.

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Where is drain plug in 2002 chrysler town and country


drain plugs are up in a protected shroud in the bottom tank
will require a large phillips driver to undo
may have to remove the plastic splash panel or protector panel under the radiator tank
If it is easier to remove the bottom hose at the radiator then that will be the way to go

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Where is the drain plug in the radiator in 2000 town and country


A small plug, normally on the bottom of the radiator tank, used for draining coolant and water. It's also known as a drain petcock.Sometimes close to the bottom on side of radiator facing the engine.

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Where is the radiator drain **** on a 2003 Town Country 3.3L V6


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------ This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

Dec 13, 2010 | 2003 Chrysler Town & Country

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How to replace a thermostat in a 2005 chrysler town & country


First of all drain the antifreeze by disconnecting the coolant hose. On the driver side of the engine, there is a radiator hose that connects to the engine just under the wires for the spark plugs. There are two bolts. Remove the bolts and pull off the hose. Some coolant will leak. Remove the old thermostat and gasket. Note how the thermostat is oriented so you can replace the same way.Now after the new thermostat is placed,follow this procedure:--Remove the radiator cap and start up the engine. You have to wait for it to become hot for the thermostat to open up and circulate the coolant. Add additional coolant to the radiator. After it is circulating, re-fit the radiator cap and see if the temperature gauge is rising as expected. ------ This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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Where is the fuel pump location located on 1992 chrysler town and country minivan


which ever side you pump gas on.. check under that side just forward of the fuel tank..it will be connected to the fuel line running to the engine..

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How do you install radiator on chrysler 2002 town and country


Caravan, Grand Voyager, Town and Country, Voyager, 2000-2004
Radiator - Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    CAUTION Do not remove the radiator cap or drain with the cooling system hot and under pressure or serious personal injury can occur from hot pressurized coolant.
  2. Place a drain pan under the radiator drain. Open the radiator drain plug and allow the coolant to drain.
  3. Remove the air intake resonator from the air cleaner assembly.

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    Fig. Before removing the hood latch, mark its location on the crossmember with a paint marker or other tool

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    Fig. Once the hood latch is matchmarked, remove it from the crossmember (without disconnecting the cable) and set it aside
  4. Remove the Coolant Recovery System (CRS) overflow tank filler neck hose.
  5. Disconnect the cooling fan electrical connector located on the left side of the cooling fan module.
  6. Remove the CRS overflow tank mounting screw from the upper radiator crossmember.
  7. Remove the upper radiator-to-crossmember mounting screws.
  8. If equipped, disconnect the engine block heater wiring connector.
  9. Remove the upper radiator crossmember.

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    Fig. Remove the grill extension...


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    Fig. ...and the upper radiator-to-crossmember bolts, then . . .


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    Fig. ...unbolt the crossmember . . .


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    Fig. ...and lift it from the front of the vehicle
  10. Remove the entire air cleaner assembly.
  11. Disconnect and plug the automatic transaxle oil cooler lines from the radiator.
  12. Disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses from the radiator. Remove the lower radiator hose clip from the cooling fan module.
  13. Remove the A/C condenser mounting fasteners and separate the A/C condenser from the radiator. Be sure the condenser is supported in position.
  14. Remove the A/C filter/drier mounting bracket, 2 mounting bolts to the cooling fan module and 2 mounting nuts to the filter/drier. Remove the mounting bracket.
  15. Carefully lift the radiator out of the engine compartment. Be careful not to damage the radiator cooling fins or water tubes during removal.

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1998 chrysler town and country coolant pouring out...


Check for leak at the coolant tube that runs under the intake, possible bad o-ring, the intake will need to come of for inspection and repairs.

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