The drain runs into the frame. In order to clear the drain you need to pull back the carpet on the passenger side. There is a rounded area in the molded plastic cover. You need to drill a hole in the center of the rounded area. I use a coat hanger to clear the drain tube. Use caulk and a large headed screw to seal the hole once you are finished. Remember to set a pan on the passenger floor. That system holds alot of water.
On the bottom of the Radiator.
No. The torque converter does not have a drain.
The oil drain plug is on the bottom of the oil pan.
There isn't one. You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission fluid.
where is the ac drain on 1999 jeep grand cherokee limited
There is no such drain.
IT IS IN THE FRAME OF THE VEHICLE. YOU CANNOT ACCESS IT IT IS IN THE FRAME OF THE VEHICLE. YOU CANNOT ACCESS IT
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain the transmission.
You have to remove the differntial covers to drain the fluid.
Remove the water hose and allow the water to drain into a bucket. Remove the retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new water pump.
There is not a drain cock on an 02 Jeep Cherokee, they Cherokee was not made that year. Now if you have a 02 Jeep Grand Cherokee its on the bottom passanger side tank. good luck.
The transmission does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the oil pan to drain.
On the top of the transmission tunnel.
If you are sure it is water and not coolant, then the A/C Condenser drain line is stopped up. You will find it near the firewall on the passenger side. Look for a tube under the Jeep. If it is coolant, which will taste sweet, your heater core is leaking and must be replaced.
There isn't a drain line. The jeep has a unibody frame construction and the evaporator pan drains directly into a frame member making it impossible to blow air up a tube to clear the drain path. Very poor engineering in my opinion.
Remove the lower radiator hose.
Look at the bottom or rear of radiator Look at the bottom or rear of radiator
It drains into the frame rail. The only way to clean it is to remove the dash or to pull the carpet back and drill a small hole and seal it with silicone after cleaning hole.
Should be a plug either at the bottom or rear of radiator
It drains into the frame rail. The only way to clean it is by removing the dash board or to pull the carpet back and drill a small hole and seal it with silocone after cleaning the hole.
ITS GOT A COOLANT DRAIN PLUG ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RADIATOR HOUSING
On the botom of the oil pan
i just drained mine and it was at the bottom of the rad
The air conditioner does not have a drain. I dont think an air conditioner has a drain