replace the radiator correct, the radiator is junk.
Yes, only if they have the same engine.
already have it loose
Best bet is to replace the radiator.
I've got a qoute for $444.83 for parts and labor.
The transmission will have to be removed.
No but it will give you alot more room to work and radiator fins are very delicate. If you insist on keeping the radiator in place cut out some thick cardboard and place it over the fins. I would most definitely remove it. I have replace the water pump, radiator, and thermostat in my 98 limited 5.9L
Remove and bring to radiator repair shop or replace at 1-800Radiator
The thermostat on a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2L is replaced by draining the coolant and disconnecting the radiator hose. The housing is then unbolted, the thermostat removed, and a new unit put in its place.
through the overflow bottle
The radiator on a 2002 Toyota Sequoia can be removed and replaced by first draining the coolant. The cooling hoses can then be disconnected, the retaining bolts removed, and the radiator pulled from the vehicle.
Pull your lower radiator hose, replace it when all fluid is out, and refill it.
Open it then pull it out it has two tips on the end of it.
The idler pulley is located just under the A/C compressor. There is a bolts in the middle of the pulley that needs to be removed and the idler pulley can be removed. Sometimes these bolts stick and my need to be pryed off. You may also want to removed the radiator fans cow to give you some extra room.
You need to replace the thermostat and flush the system of crud.
Mine needed to be replaced after 10 years $$$$$
No. The engine does not need removed to replace the transmission.
No, the entire dash has to be removed.
There is no such part on a 1999 Jeep.
The radiator fan switch on a 1989 Jeep Cherokee is located on the driver's side fender wall inside the engine compartment. It is a box about 1inch by 1inch just below the battery location.
The fuel pump is inside of the gas tank on a 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee so the tank must be removed in order to replace the fuel pump. I'm pretty sure its the same for the Cherokee "classic". I just had mine replaced a few months ago. Good Luck!