Look at the bottom or rear of radiator Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
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All OBDII ports are located within 1 foot of the steering column, look just under the dash.
Facing the car, the drain plug is on the left side of the bottom of the radiator. If you look under the front bumper you can see it on the left, bottom, of the radiator.
(answered by hoseyjames35) answer: see look at it like it like this a jeep is like the steelers and the hummer is the cardinals. there basically equal but the jeep comes on top due to its many pecks and mpgs
for the oil pan it looks like the head of a bolt on the back of the oil pan, for a diff it is a headless bolt that a 3/8 ratchet fits in w/o socket on front of the diff
If you take the grill off of the front of the vehicle you should be able to see the radiator. Look on the passenger side of the radiator, your wing nut type plug should be on the side of the radiator. The Jeep Cherokee radiator drain plug is plastic and very fragile. You should remove the lower radiator hose to drain the cooling system.
where do I find the color code for a 1989 jeep Cherokee and what does it look like
The Jeep CJ-series used the same bodystyle from 1970-1986
Most drain plugs are on the bottom of the radiator they are called (pee-cocks). Some look like a wing-nut and sometime they look like bolts. It would be best if you look near the bottom on the radiator on either sides of the radiator for the drain plugs. I
My 97 jeep Cherokee the drain tube is inside the frame underneath the vehicle passenger side.There is a square looking boxed in channel to support the floor area.One would need to lay on the ground to look up in the channel with a flashlight.I had to take the whole a/c unit out of jeep to clean it properly.My first intention was to run a wire up the drain tube,but there is no clear access to the drain tube.
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the same as any other clutch.
It looks like a little yellow engine.
it is likely inside the alternator
like a small can with a hose coming out of both sides
it looks like a wing nut typically located in the lower corner of the radiator
Becacuset there's something still drawing power. Hook an ampmeter to the battery, then pull the fuses one by one to see when the current drain stops. Then look at what's powered from that fuse to find the fault.
The radiator drain plug in 95 blazer is a plastic bolt with ears like a wing nut. It is usually on the radiator facing the engine.
There are two! One by the oil filter cap and the other is at the opposite end of the crankcase. They don't look like drain plugs, but they are.
They're are bony, cloaked skeletal like creatures who drain the happiness out of the area.
"Where is the radiator drain plug on a 1999 dodge stratus?" Most "drain cocks" I am not being nasty, that is what they are called. they are located on the drivers side. Look on the lower left side, it looks like a wing nut or a straight bar (plastic), some look like a plastic hexagon
It looks like a bolt in the center of the oil pan there is a cut out look around it I believe. Its on the bottom of the oil pan.
it looks like jeep but it has a turnent on the back so they can shoot fron bhine them shootgun is used for pasinger.