Antifreeze and Engine Coolant
Chrysler Town and Country
Grand Am SE

How do you drain the antifreeze from a 2000 Town and Country?


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2007-10-23 16:58:36
2007-10-23 16:58:36

Remove your radiator cap and look for a drain valve at the bottom of the radiator. With cap removed, to provide air intake, with engine off and engine cool open drain valve and drain into a clean pan. While the above instructions are indeed accurate, please be aware that the small plastic drain valve on Chrysler radiators are prone to leak or break when they are used. For this reason, I refrain from draining at the valve and instead carefully remove the lower radiator hose at either the bottom of the water pump housing or at the lower radiator (whichever is easier to access). Be careful when doing this not to crack the tube on the radiator outlet since it is also plastic and not very sturdy! I generally insert a small flat blade screwdriver between the hose and tube to help break the seal after the hose clamp is removed.


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