You can see it through the grill or behind the passenger side headlamp surround. Jeep Cherokee radiator drain plugs are plastic and very fragile. You should simply remove the lower radiator hose instead of using the drain plug.AnswerRemove front headlight trim and grill, passenger side, lower side of radiator, is a hollow hex drain plug Answeryes the drain is on the lower left but its easier to remove the air cleaner box and pull off the lower hose going to the radiator to drain it.
Try in the housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
The drain plug is on the bottom of the tank, drivers side but hard to see. But, if you cant find it, just disconnect the lower radiator hose and let it drain from there, that would do it, and its faster.
On the lower END of the radiator, passenger (right) side. However, this info is NOT useful, as it is well nigh impossible to access with tools or fingers. You can see it (with a mirror), but that's it! Better plan on removing the lower hose to drain. The Jeep Cherokee radiator drain plug is plastic and very fragile. You should remove the lower radiator hose to drain the cooling system.
Mine needed to be replaced after 10 years $$$$$
bottom of radiator.
take the radiator cap off and losen the drain cock on the bottom of the radiator
AnswerDriver's side front of the radiator, inline with the drain at the bottom of the radiator.
Bottom of the radiator.
The radiator drain is on the bottom of the radiator, generally under the lower hose.
Yes 1998 sport 4L auto has them.
Remove the lower radiator hose.
its at the bottom of the radiator