Removal and Installation of a Coolant Bleeder Valve on a Dodge Stratus

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!! Here is a quick video on how to remove and install a coolant bleeder valve on a dodge stratus. You first will need to remove the upper radiator hose, heater core hose, and reservoir hose, then remove the intake manifold with 10 mm sockets, finally remove the coolant bleeder valve, install then turn car on and bleed the system by opening the bleeder valve to remove all air from system while car is running, after there is a steady stream of coolant coming from the valve, tighten the bleeder valve, and finally add coolant back to the system until full. Check temperature gauge and you are done. Remember if I can do it, you can do it! Do it yourself and save money.

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2001 dodge intrepid 2.7 coolant housing replace and wife even helped
well what a nice day got wife's car fixed and she and the youngest even helped.sorry about it being long but wife done a real good job taping today's work.i was very nice having her back in the shop with me turning bolts.this job saved us $225.00 by doing this our self's.dealer wanted right at $300.00 to do this job.





Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Stratus 2.7 upper water outlet replacement
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WARNING!!!! DO NOT BUY: Dodge Intrepid 2.7L / Concorde 2.7L / Stratus 2.7L / Sebring 2.7L
1998-2004 Dodge Intrepids & Chrysler Concordes that are equipped with the 2.7 v6 are very sensitive to on-time maintenance. this also applies to the 2001-2006 Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Stratus with the 2.7 v6. Most cars can handle neglect and abuse much better than the 2.7 v6. MY BEST ADVICE IS TO AVOID THE DODGE INTREPID/CHRYSLER CONCORDE/CHRYSLER SEBRING/DODGE STRATUS WITH THE 2.7 V6, unless you have proof of a water pump & timing chain replacement as well as use of synthetic oil. Without proof of the water pump change and synthetic oil use, a 2.7 v6 is running on borrowed time. These cars have virtually vanished within the past few years from the roads as most of the 2.7's have blown up. The only time you see these cars are in overflowing in junkyards with blown 2.7's, and usually the only ones you see on the road have the good 3.2 and 3.5 v6 engines. I made this video to help current or potential Intrepid buyers. In no way am I defending them because I personally would not let anyone I know drive one of these 2.7 equipped cars. IF YOU MUST BUY AN INTREPID OR OTHER LH CAR, THE 3.2 or 3.5 V6 IS WHAT I'D CONSIDER AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY FOR THEIR GOOD RELIABILITY.




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