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How do i drain and change the antifreeze from my 2001 dodge dakota?

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Pull bottom radiator hose loose and drain,put hose back and fill with 50%antifreeze 50%water

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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Where is radiator drain plug 02 dodge dakota


This is a post on the Dakota forums:
My 2001 Durango and 2002 Dakota they use the same radiator. You'll have the same setup. I have recent and intimate knowledge of draining them. Crawl under the left front of the truck and look up at the bottom of the radiator. At the bottom of the driver side radiator tank (facing toward the fender) is a 3/4" long flat handled plug. Twist your hand (with a pair of pliers) up there from the back side of the bumper fascia. Grip it and give it a 180* counterclockwise twist. It is now opened and draining out the little nipple sticking straight down from the bottom of the side tank. You can stick a 5/16" (or 3/8") hose onto the nipple to drain it into a bottle or pan without making a mess.
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2001 dodge dakota sport with 2.5 engine idles high when I start it up, continues idling high, when pushing clutch in to change gears it idles extremely high


Does it do it if you disconnect the idle air control valve ?
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2001 dodge dakota sport 4.7. i flushed the radiator, now it won't take all of the antifreeze that is required for refill. help


You have an air bubble. Look for plug on top of the intake manifold next to the thermostat housing, Remove that and fill until coolant starts to run out. Put plug back in loosely and continue filling until no more goes in. Tighten plug and replace your radiator cap. Fill overflow bottle and start engine.

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Where is evaporator hose on 2001 dodge dakota?clean water on floor .


Condensed water from the AC drains out through the fire wall. Check that small tube/hose for plugs. Some models just have a hard plastic tube sticking out and when the seal on the firewall goes bad, the water drains back into the passenger compartment. Add a piece of hose to that plastic tube so it drips down away from the firewall.

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How to change gear shift cable on 2001 dodge dakota 2 wheel drive


the cable goes from the shifter to the transmittion arm,, both cable ends connect via a pin and cotter key (usually) the cable housing (black outside layer) is connected to the shifter frame usaually by a clip and is bolted to the transmittion with a couple bolts on the other end ,, i know this was pertty basic but hope it helped

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Manual transmission oil change method - Dakota


Disconnect the plug underneath to drain fluid, look in your service manual to find the capacity and viscosity. There is a plug in the side of the transmission as well that is the filler plug, however it is more convenient to pour through the shifter once you remove it. If you use the filler plug method you will have to attach a tube to the oil bottle and squeeze it into the transmission as there may not be ample room to tilt the bottle and use gravity.

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How to replace a radiator drain plug on 2001 dodge dakota


with the use of a special socket that fits over the drain plug You can remove it from the bottom of the vehicle... obviously you will need to drain the radiator fluid first with the use of a drain pan to catch the fluid. Install is the reverse procedure

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What type of antifreeze to use?


the type of antifreeze u use is called "Long life or Extended life" coolant depending on who makes it, like Prestone and others, u can mix any brand of coolant as long as it is marked as one of the above, this coolant is generally yellow in color.

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Coolant system


there is a drain plug on the bottom of the radiator / after you have drained it all 50% water 50% coolant add a couple of gallons leave cap off then burp the system then put more water to top it off

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