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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