Dodge Journey: Draincock, radiator

Removal

DRAINCOCK

Cooling
 Fig. 65: DRAINCOCK & RADIATOR TANK

CAUTION: Use of pliers on draincock is not recommended. Damage may occur to radiator or draincock.

NOTE: It is not necessary to remove draincock during a routine coolant drain.

1. Remove belly pan (if equipped).

2. Drain the cooling system.

3. Open the draincock (2) by turning it counterclockwise until it stops.

4. Turn the draincock (2) back (clockwise) 1/8 turn.

5. Pull the draincock (2) from the radiator tank (1).

Installation

DRAINCOCK

Cooling
Fig. 66: DRAINCOCK & RADIATOR TANK

1. Align draincock (2) stem to radiator tank (1) opening.

2. Push draincock (2) into the radiator tank (1) opening.

3. Tighten the draincock (2) by turning clockwise until it stops.

4. Fill the cooling system.

5. Install belly pan (if equipped).

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