OIL LINE? there is no oil line connected to the radiator. There are Transmission Fluid lines attached to the radiator.... To disconnect these, get some PB Blaster spray, spray liberally around nuts attaching lines to radiator, wait 10 minutes. Get "FLARE NUT WRENCH" of proper size, and loosen and remove. Make sure you have something to catch fluid in underneath where you are working.Good Luck... November 2010 - please note: my 2001 GC Limited has an oil driven cooling fan, instead of traditional 12 volt motor driven fan. The Power Steering pump's "oil" pressure drives several systems including this fan. Indeed, this "oil" is not conneted to the radiator. I plan to unhook the fan system and tie it back "intact" so I can lift the radiator out today.
Remove and bring to radiator repair shop or replace at 1-800Radiator
how to change radiator 1995 jeep grand Cherokee Laredo
Yes, the upper radiator support will need removed.
On the bottom of the Radiator.
Yes, only if they have the same engine.
It is in front of the radiator.
No. They will not interchange.
Should be a plug either at the bottom or rear of radiator
The fan shroud is held in place by 4 bolts. Remove those and the upper radiator hose and lift out.
Best bet is to replace the radiator.
I mean how do you disassemble the fan blower in a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo. how do you remove the blower fan from the car in the Grand Jeep Cherokee Laredo.