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CSF
1987 Jeep Wrangler Radiator CSF - 2 Row All Metal

P311-3AC923B    W0133-1903347  New

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CSF Radiator
  • Copper Core
  • with Factory Installed Trailer/Tow Package
  • with Male Barbed Fittings for Transmission Lines.
  • 2 Row All Metal
  • All Metal - 2 Row
Brand: CSF
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1987 - Jeep Wrangler
CSF
1988 Jeep Wrangler Radiator CSF - 2 Row All Metal

P311-3AC923B    W0133-1903347  New

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$146.72
CSF Radiator
  • Copper Core
  • with Factory Installed Trailer/Tow Package
  • 2 Row All Metal
Brand: CSF
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1988 - Jeep Wrangler
CSF
1990 Jeep Wrangler Radiator 6 Cyl 4.2L CSF - 2 Row All Metal

P311-3AC923B    W0133-1903347  New

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$146.72
CSF Radiator
  • Copper Core
  • 2 Row All Metal
Brand: CSF
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1990 - Jeep Wrangler L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 -
Koyo Cooling
2002 Jeep Liberty Radiator 6 Cyl 3.7L Koyo Cooling - Plastic Tank

P311-38A85B3    W0133-1907804  New

Qty:
$147.55
Koyo Cooling Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Koyo Cooling
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Vehicle Transmission Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Jeep Liberty Manual V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -
Koyo Cooling
2003 Jeep Liberty Radiator 6 Cyl 3.7L Koyo Cooling - Plastic Tank

P311-38A85B3    W0133-1907804  New

Qty:
$147.55
Koyo Cooling Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • with Air Conditioning
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Koyo Cooling
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Vehicle Transmission Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Jeep Liberty Manual V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -
Mopar
2007 Jeep Liberty Radiator Mopar - Plastic Tank

P311-584A7AF    W0133-1968187  New

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$290.88
Mopar Radiator
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Mopar
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Vehicle
2007 - Jeep Liberty
CSF
2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Radiator CSF - Plastic Tank

P311-28F0805    W0133-1930246  New

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$140.47
CSF Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: CSF
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2018 - Jeep Wrangler JK
TYC
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator 6 Cyl 4.0L TYC - Plastic Tank

P311-3DC6D8F    W0133-1807553  New

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$246.10
TYC Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: TYC
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1998 - Jeep Grand Cherokee L 6 Cyl 4.0L 242 -
APDI
2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator 6 Cyl 4.0L APDI

P311-321BD17    8012262  New

REA41-2262A , 732309 , 52079428AB , 2262 , PR2262A , CU2262 , 52079428 , CRS2262 , 61009 , 432614 , 52079428AD , A2262 , 52079428AC

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APDI Radiator
  • RADIATOR
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Plastic Tank Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 21-1/2
    • Inlet Connection (in): 1-1/2
    • Outlet Connection (in): 1-1/2
  • Radiator - Jeep
Brand: APDI
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2003 - Jeep Grand Cherokee L 6 Cyl 4.0L 242 -
APDI
2002 Jeep Liberty Radiator 6 Cyl 3.7L APDI

P311-5CBA42A    8012481  New

52079728AB , 2481 , 52079729AB , REA41-2481A , 221-7004 , CRS2481 , A2481 , 52080118AB , 52080120AB , 52080118AA , 2910 , CU2481 , 734337 , 432316 , PR2481A , 52080120AC

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APDI Radiator
  • RADIATOR
  • Product Attributes:
    • Construction: Plastic Tank Aluminum
    • Core Height (in): 19-15/16
    • Inlet Connection (in): 1-1/2
    • Outlet Connection (in): 1-13/16
  • Radiator - Jeep
Brand: APDI
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Jeep Liberty V 6 Cyl 3.7L 226 -
CSF
1988 Jeep Wrangler Radiator CSF - Plastic Tank

P311-3AC923B    W0133-1903347  New

Qty:
$146.72
CSF Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • with Factory Installed Trailer/Tow Package
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: CSF
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Vehicle
1988 - Jeep Wrangler
Metrix
1988 Jeep Wrangler Radiator Metrix - Plastic Tank

P311-57B16ED    W0133-1903347  New

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$181.83
Metrix Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • with Factory Installed Trailer/Tow Package
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Metrix
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Vehicle
1988 - Jeep Wrangler
Metrix
1988 Jeep Wrangler Radiator Metrix - Plastic Tank

P311-57B16ED    W0133-1903347  New

Qty:
$181.83
Metrix Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • with Factory Installed Trailer/Tow Package
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Metrix
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Vehicle
1988 - Jeep Wrangler
CSF
1990 Jeep Wrangler Radiator 6 Cyl 4.2L CSF - Plastic Tank

P311-3AC923B    W0133-1903347  New

Qty:
$146.72
CSF Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: CSF
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1990 - Jeep Wrangler L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 -
Metrix
1990 Jeep Wrangler Radiator 6 Cyl 4.2L Metrix - Plastic Tank

P311-57B16ED    W0133-1903347  New

Qty:
$181.83
Metrix Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Metrix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1990 - Jeep Wrangler L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 -
Metrix
1990 Jeep Wrangler Radiator 6 Cyl 4.2L Metrix - Plastic Tank

P311-57B16ED    W0133-1903347  New

Qty:
$181.83
Metrix Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Metrix
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1990 - Jeep Wrangler L 6 Cyl 4.2L 258 -
Koyo Cooling
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator 6 Cyl 3.6L Koyo Cooling - Plastic Tank

P311-0B75292    W0133-1930208  New

Qty:
$160.10
Koyo Cooling Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Koyo Cooling
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Jeep Grand Cherokee V 6 Cyl 3.6L 220 3604
Koyo Cooling
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator 8 Cyl 5.7L Koyo Cooling - Plastic Tank

P311-0B75292    W0133-1930208  New

Qty:
$160.10
Koyo Cooling Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Excludes Factory Installed Trailer/Tow Package
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Koyo Cooling
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2011 - Jeep Grand Cherokee V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Koyo Cooling
2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator 8 Cyl 5.7L Koyo Cooling - Plastic Tank

P311-0B75292    W0133-1930208  New

Qty:
$160.10
Koyo Cooling Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • with Standard Cooling
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Koyo Cooling
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Jeep Grand Cherokee V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
Koyo Cooling
2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator 8 Cyl 5.7L Koyo Cooling - Plastic Tank

P311-0B75292    W0133-1930208  New

Qty:
$160.10
Koyo Cooling Radiator
  • Aluminum Core
  • Exc.Heavy Duty Cooling
  • Plastic Tank
Brand: Koyo Cooling
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2018 - Jeep Grand Cherokee V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -

Latest Jeep Repair and Radiator Installation Advice

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2004 Jeep Radiator issue

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Question From jandrews1420 on 2004 Jeep Radiator issue

I'm having an issue with coolant spraying out of the front of my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L V8. The problem started small. I was noticing a little bit of coolant on the ground after running the car. Just recently the problem opened up and I can notice antifreeze spraying out of the front of the grill. The car was in an accident about 6 months ago and I believe that may have sparked the issue. I am trying to figure out which part is causing the coolant to spray. I have uploaded a picture to http://tinypic.com/r/3460pk8/6

The coolant is spraying out of the top silver hose in the picture.

Response From Hammer Time

Looks like a cracked radiator. Have it pressure tested.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

#1 - are you sure it's antifreeze and not more that just that? Have you added any yet as you should have had to.

Pic is nice but could be more than just antifreeze and no leaking is a good thing. Accident caused - hard to say and you are probably beyond the limit for "unseen" damages from that but no harm in asking,

T

Your pic below but may not show...........


94 jeep cherokee overheating

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Question From bob29 on 94 jeep cherokee overheating

I have a 94 jeep cherokee sport that 6cyl wants to overheat when running the a/c. Its now summer and the tempatures are getting to 105 and up. Recentley changed the radiator hoses, coolant, and thermostat. Going to straighten out the fins on the smaller radiator in front, oil or tranny cooler not sure. Both fans are running. any chance a a/c recharge would help with this problem? Any suggestions are welcome thanks.

Response From bobfrompgd Top Rated Answer

Buy a heavy duty radiator. I have cherokee. a new radiator would help some but get a bigger one, its the only thing that will really solve the problem. Also the electric fan wont come on unless the ac is running or temp. reaches 215 degrees then its to late to bring it down. I put a toggle switch on it so I can control it, huge help. In summer as i start engine fan comes on. Cherokees have weak cooling systems unless they came with a tow package or for plowing snow. Several parts folks told me a larger radiator was not available but they are . look online.

Response From Sidom

In addition to HTs suggestions, take a good look at the fan clutch. If there are any doubts change it out.

Response From Hammer Time

No, no chance of that. Sounds like you just need a new radiator. The one you have has diminished capacity now.

2003 Jeep Liberty Problems

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Question From AlyseA on 2003 Jeep Liberty Problems

So my Radiator is cracked and the fan behind it needs to be replaced in my '03 Jeep Liberty. The mechanic is saying that is going to cost me $800 but I feel like I am possibly getting ripped off. Any Help??

2003 Jeep Liberty
6cyl
3.7L
99215 miles

Response From Discretesignals

Are they using dealer parts?

Aftermarket parts at an independent shop should be somewhere around $500. You should call around some of the other shops in your area and do some price comparisons.

Response From AlyseA

So I did some calling around and I was told that for everything I need and service it would only be $490 (at the most) and I was told that for 2 different shops. But one thing that worries me is if its cheaper does that mean they are using used or cheap parts or are they giving me a more honest price than the $800.

Response From Discretesignals

You should ask what brand of parts they are using. Our shop has had decent luck with aftermarket parts. Ask the shop what their warranty is.

If you want factory oem parts, an independent can always install them for you.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Just a thought or two: Do those quotes include itemization of everything they intended? The cheaper prices may be just a radiator and the fans. The higher price may include all new antifreeze, perhaps radiator hoses as they would be removed at radiator already and now 10ish years old. IDK, flushing out cooling system.

Dealer parts do near always cost more. Some aftermarket parts are just as good - a few better. Some dealers will use aftermarket parts too. There may be no mal intent with what either would do or consider as part of the job. This isn't instantly a rip off till you know what was included,

T

96 jeep no heat when driving

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Question From mickalv on 96 jeep no heat when driving

i have a 1996 jeep cherokee 6cyl 4x4 with 100000 mil. if i am in park i have heat in 15+ mins but if i start driving i have no heat. i have changed the radiator and the thermostat.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Did this do this before the radiator and thermostat? Why were they replaced?

What temps are you dealing with and is the temp gauge holding ONE steady temp once warmed up?

T

Response From mickalv

if im in park temp will reach slightly pass 210 which is mid way then fan will kick in and maintain at that level with good heat. once i start driving temp needle starts to drop and also heat. the temp needle will go up and down,gradually, between midway and quater way while driving with little to no heat. radiator was leaking and so it was changed last year with previous owner. (the previous owner also told me he used leak stop before he replaced radiator if that would help.) when i noticed no heat, i had the thermostat changed.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK: Perhaps that just nailed it down - nice reply.

It would throw more heat with the higher temp till it overheated totally which it doesn't seem to and temp coming down when you notice fan(s) come on is great - so far. It's a bit late so I question the accuracy of the sensing switch which I think is set to about 170F or so. Certainly not over 220F as you've seen. I believe the accuracy of the gauge right now.

The real key is that a sealer was used before. Who knows what type and how much really? Only thing to do is flush it out. Most of those things are "sawdust" based cloggers and can work in some cases but not suggested for most or a permanent fix. {Quite literally - common ground pepper can do the same thing!} THAT COULD BE DELAYING THE REACTION OR SENDER INFO TO TRIGGER FAN!

I'll go look and see how much that switch is as I think I'd replace it and not just clean it with a system flush to get the goo/sealer out of it,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Arggh! I'm not finding a temp switch (should be sensing coolant at radiator not just the two wire one at thermostat but that may act for both??) just a coolant temp sensor?

Does this in fact use only an electric fan, belt driven fan only or belt driven fan with aux electric fan for radiator?? Dunno from here,

T

Response From mickalv

it uses a belt driven fan. the other fan (i believe is for a/c) is electric.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This is tricky as you well know.

In essence it shouldn't matter how well radiator works or how much fan power they get when it can get too cold?? Too hot can mean lots of things but a too cold reading almost always suggests thermostat is not stopping the flow of coolant to the radiator as it should. Some are made with tiny "v" grooves or "jiggle" valves to assist in purging air out of engine side of system and possibly if somehow too much 'trickle' of flow can pass while cold it is enough to cause engine temp to fall below prescribed temp.

Basics: When all proper the coolant inside engine is heating up with the running engine, constantly being circulated by the water pump within itself for uniform engine temps. The thermostat is placed where it would likely get the warmest of the mix and bypass systems are designed to see that it gets both mixed within engine and that thermostat gets the true temp of that side's coolant. When temp opens thermostat it is then going on thru upper radiator hose to be cooled at radiator, cooled there for return. All the time the water pump is still mixing the internal engine coolant such that it stays even and will then shut thermostat when complete or stay partial as needed with the heat load produced.

The heater is in this mix in that it too takes heat away from the hopefully uniform temperature coolant from within the engine and is able to contribute to cooling the engine some but not generally enough to lower the engine temp by itself alone.

The engine doesn't produce heat or dissipate it evenly by itself so relies on the bypass system and water pump's effectiveness to maintain that.

Voila! Now, if coolant can hide hot spots or system is clogged in any way in out-of-site places it might suddenly throw hot coolant to thermostat, cause instant opening and waits till it's happy with returned lower temp coolant and shuts.

A few things can cause this oddity.

* Water pump unable to pump adequate flow to mix and deliver coolant. Belt could be too loose or impellers of pump impaired in some way - corrosion or some unseen fault or clogging.

* Many heaters are part of the mixing of coolant. Not sure if this one is or not but let's base this on it is. Any flow problems to heater can effect the engine's steady hold on uniform temp. I tend to believe your gauge reading as it's consistent with the heater performance. It too gets it's reading close to where heater hose (warm/inlet side) gets its coolant.

** Suspicions right now for me are the thermostat is bent, clogged or just plain NG. Water pump may be clogged or impellers disabled to some degree. Possible overuse of gasket cements for parts already replaced could be screwing up proper actions. Rare now but return hoses from water pumps can collapse causing all kinds of erratic behaviour. Longer lower return hoses frequently use a spring inside to prevent that and many aren't replaced with the replacement of a lower hose if ever done.

More: If a hot spot in a remote area can boil undetected by gauge or seen it effectively is AIR in the system which is a total headache to both figure out and pin point why. Head Gaskets are a huge reason for "air" (vapor really) being introduced and that just becomes its own diagnostic havoc.

Belt driven fan uses a fan clutch no doubt and in heating season is rarely a problem with adequate cold air around. Simply air speed of moving along is frequently enough without a fan at all. Any obstruction to air flow must be considered - debris, leaves, bugs and any missing air dams/shrouding that channel air thru radiator and create the flow over engine and out below it.

I'd be flushing the whole system out taking note of condition and debris that comes out, replacing thermostat yet again and make certain gasket and ports are clear. I'd seriously consider removing water pump to see if all is well there too.

Consideration should be taken to be sure antifreeze is not too strong. I've said it multiple times here and elsewhere that pure antifreeze (ethylene glycol types) are lousy for heat transfer and add little to raising boiling points which manufacturer's love to boast but it's misleading as it's pressure that's 90% responsible for raising boiling points NOT the product! The lousy heat transfer of excessive coolant will cause hot weather problems and can cause erratic performance any time,

T

Response From mickalv

Thanks for the great advice! I will check it all out and let you know what happens.

2001 jeep grand cherokee overheating

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Question From eastsidekailua on 2001 jeep grand cherokee overheating

2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
V6 4.0 L
127,000 miles

I ran my jeep for a few hours back and forth about two miles in each direction to storage. The last run when i started the jeep the idle was a little shaky feeling. Went home and she drove okay. Drove about two more miles to the dump and saw steam coming out the hood.. pulled over and opened the engine and the resevoir holding the extra fluid for the radiator was boiling..literally boiling and spitting out water it was so hot...I let the car cool down and drove it back home and it was okay on the ride home. Any suggestions on what i should check or be looking for?

Response From Discretesignals

After it has cooled completely off the first thing to check is the coolant level. Check not only the level in the reservoir, but the radiator also. If there is a leak above the coolant level in the system, the system won't pull coolant from the reservoir. If it is low and hasn't boiled out, you may have a leak. Using a cooling system pressure tester can help you find leaks.

Also inspect your hoses for deterioration, check fan clutch for proper engagement, make sure that your elecrical fan is operating, and verify that there are no air flow obstructions in your condenser or radiator. Also be sure your radiator cap seals aren't cracked/hard and it is functioning correctly.

If all that checks good, be sure the thermostat is operational and opening at it rated temperature. You can tell when the thermostat is not functioning properly when the engine is up to operating temperature or higher and the lower hose is cold.

You continue driving it while it is cooking under the hood, you'll end up blowing a head gasket and/or cracking the head.

Response From eastsidekailua Top Rated Answer

checked the cooland level in both the radiator and the resevoir and both levels are fine. Took off the cap and started the car and the radiator level started rising so i guess the pumps working. I drove the car today and everything is fine, the tempature stayed at normal...gonna have a friend take a look at it and will let u know how it goes...thanks for the advice...