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Neon 2001 Radiabot Bottom Opening?

Old 02-03-2008, 09:57 PM
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Default Neon 2001 Radiabot Bottom Opening?

I have Chrysler Neon 2001 and I want to flush my radiator but despite my best effortto locate cockpet / bottom opening(valve to drain out all the crap) I could not locate it.

Does somebody know where can I locate it. and how should it look like. Can I reach it without looking under my car.

Thanks so much.
Old 02-04-2008, 06:59 AM
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Default RE: Neon 2001 Radiabot Bottom Opening?

I have not done it on a neon but several other dodege/crhylser products have had simmilar design drain *****

jack the car up, use safety stands, then look directly under the radiator close to each end for a drain tube or a hole in the body that would allow the collant to drain out of radiator. once you find that then very likley the drain cockis going to be on the engine side of the radiator in theat same area.In my chrylsersusually needed a LARGE needle nosepliers ( 90 degree worked a lot better) to unscrew a plastic winged nut thingy counter clock wise and the collant will drain out of the hold you had to find earlier on one end or the other of the radiator.

don't pull the wing nut out all the way oneturn MAX
Old 02-04-2008, 03:55 PM
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