Bottom of the radiator.
most are on the bottom left side of the radiator
It should be at the bottom, driver's side of the radiator on the engine side. It may be either a petcock or just a plain plug.
Good luck trying to find it. Pull the lower hose. It is faster and does the same thing. I never did find the one for my Dakota. This is what I did. Good luck.
facing the truck there is a petcock on the radiator it's located on the bottom of the driver's side .It has a small piece of plastic hose on it . you might be able to get it out by removing the plastic shroud below the radiator . it's kind of hard to get at
It is on the lower driver side of the radiator.
Should be on bottom tank/corner/driver's side. Looks like a plastic key. If it's a replacement with no petcock, you will have to pull lower hose.
Remove the plastic cover underneath the radiator(passenger side) to access the radiator drain and you will need a large screwdriver.
I think that the dodge radiator peacock stands up on the front of the truck and advertises NBC. Oh, I'm sorry, you must mean PETCOCK.
It is on the right side of the radiator (driver's side), not on the bottom, as would make sense. On my 03, there is a small access on the lower right side of the facia that is barely big enough for a hand. Look for a small protrusion with a fin (handle) on it. That is the petcock. Get ready for a mess...as it drains all over everything, and will drip from the middle of the bumper. good luck
between the radiator and the grill
at drivers side of radiator
LOL most likely on the radiator,near the bottom i would imagine If you are facing the vehicle, the petcock is located on the left side bottom of the radiator. It is not easy as it should be to get the petcock to turn. I had to get to it from the passenger side fender. There are sharp metal pieces above the assembly so be careful not to scrape your arm.
screw it clockwise
AC condensor? Grill? Bumper?
Turn counterclockwise while pulling out.
Usually in a housing located at the engine end of the upper radiator hose I have an 01 Durango with a 4.7 and the thermostat is in the lower radiator hose at the engine end.
You need to check the operation of the radiator fan.
i had a Dakota with the V8 .and if it is like the 97 dodge Dakota it will be on the housing from the top radiator hose
The radiator cap and filler are part of the upper radiator hose.
broken thermostat; blocked hose to radiator or hole in hose; leak in radiator; etc..