The drain plug on both the 3.3 and 3.8 is at the bottom left of rad, actually in quite an awkward place. The plug body has a small tube facing down toward a perversely placed flange that makes it hard to fit a rubber hose on it, and difficult to turn the flat knob. ( if you don't put a rubber tube on it, it drains onto the flange, dripping everywhere ). The knob can also be very hard to turn if it hasn't been used for a year or two, beware - it breaks easily. (- I often think this was a "design feature " to make it difficult for owners to do it themselves.) Having learned through 3 of these vans, I now find it much easier to ignore the drain plug and remove the main lower hose under the waterpump, at right side front under engine.
Passenger side, bottom of radiator, on the side. Very small drain plug.
Should be a plug at the bottom or rear of radiator Should be a plug at the bottom or rear of radiator
There isn't one. Use the lower hose.
On the bottom or side of the radiator.
screw it clockwise
Lower driver side of radiator.
The AC drain on a 2002 Dodge Grand Caravan EX is located underneath the front of the vehicle. Often, when the drain is clogged, water will leak into your vehicle and get the floorboards wet.
There isn't one. You have to remove the pan to drain
you have to drain the antifreeze/coolant so it would be wise.
No, you will not have to drain all the coolant to change the thermostat on a 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan. Only the hose that is connected to the thermostat needs to be drained.
First open up the radiator, then there's a drain plug on the bottom of the radiator. Fill with water and drain until clear. Fill it up and good to go.
On my 96 caravan, it is on the bottom of the radiator on the driver side. You will have to jack up the van and crawl under it to get to it. I am almost sure it is the same on a 98.