Stevie wilde here..A drain plug is non-existant on mine..I always just unscrew the hose clamp to the right of the radiator and drain it that way.. it never cpletely drains so run a bit more water thru for expelling coolant from the system...you'll probly need a long flathead screddriver..g'luck
If your 1998 Jeep Cherokee is leaking coolant, it might be a seal but it is more likely that it is a hose. This might also be a radiator leak, a loose hose clamp, or the freeze plugs in the radiator.
I believe it is on the left hand side of the engine block (driver side), below the exhaust manifold.
A 1994 Jeep Cherokee uses green coolant.
No, any antifreeze/coolant will do.
Remove the lower radiator hose.
IN THE WATER JACKET.
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A 1997 Jeep uses green coolant.
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.
A 1998 Jeep Cherokee uses R134a.
A 1998 Jeep Cherokee has disc brakes in the front.
The coolant temperature sensor on a 2001 Jeep Cherokee is located in the intake manifold. It monitors the flow and temperature of coolant through the engine.
The engine coolant block on a Jeep Cherokee has two block coolant plugs. There is one on each side, next to the freeze plugs.
The coolant temperature sensor on a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee is located on the T-stat. It is on the passenger side of the Jeep.
Th e automatic transmission in a 1998 Jeep Cherokee, not a Grand Cherokee, is an AW4.
my jeep Cherokee 1998 4.0 is a straight 6
A 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a four speed automatic transmission.
A 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee does not have a cabin filter.
Not sure if this helps, but the book I have on my 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee says that their are 2 of these sensors, I have not had the time to look for the second one. I have the same problem.
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Easiest way is to just pull off lower radiator hose. Other option is theres a drain cock on the passenger side of the radiator where u can also drain it but it makes a mess.
A 1998 Jeep uses R134a.
your drain on your radiator is on the bottom right hand side