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Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator Replacement

A radiator replacement is an important service, and the price will vary greatly depending on the year, make, and model of your car.

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator Replacement

RepairSmith offers upfront and competitive pricing. The average cost for Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator Replacement is $680. Drop it off at our shop and pick it up a few hours later, or save time and have our Delivery mechanics come to you.

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Location
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Price
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee
3.7L V6 • 153,000 miles
North Hollywood CA 91606
Nov 24, 2020
$495 - $605
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
4.7L V8 Limited • 121,577 miles
Los Angeles CA 90025
Nov 20, 2020
$523 - $639
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
3.7L V6 • 170,000 miles
Elk Grove CA 95757
Nov 20, 2020
$513 - $627
2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee
4.0L L6 • 139,295 miles
Las Vegas NV 89129
Oct 6, 2020
$725 - $887
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
4.7L V8 • 169,000 miles
Rocklin CA 95677
Aug 16, 2020
$849 - $1,037
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
4.0L L6 • 175,000 miles
Phoenix AZ 85029
Jul 21, 2020
$667 - $815
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
5.7L V8 Laredo • 80,000 miles
Las Vegas NV 89149
Jun 4, 2020
$758 - $926
1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
4.0L L6 • 280,000 miles
Barstow CA 92311
May 4, 2020
$469 - $573
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
5.7L V8 • 165,000 miles
Union City CA 94587
Feb 17, 2020
$470 - $574
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
3.6L V6 • 35,000 miles
Moreno Valley CA 92555
Jan 18, 2020
$648 - $792
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Dec 15, 2020 8:45 PM
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What is a Radiator?

The radiator is the main component of your vehicle's cooling system. It is what takes the heat out of the coolant. If you missed the first day of class, coolant is a liquid that runs around the engine, absorbing the heat produced, to keep it at a good temperature. After absorbing the heat from the engine, the fluid is – surprise, surprise – hot! So, it heads to the radiator, where air drawn in from outside the car assists in cooling down the liquid, so it can head from the radiator back to the engine and do its job once more.   When the engine gets too hot or too cold, the performance suffers. When the car is too cold, antifreeze does not go through the radiator. This makes sure the engine keeps getting warmer. When the vehicle is too hot, antifreeze does go through the radiator. This makes the engine get cooler. We should all strive to be cooler.   Radiators, especially modern ones, usually have a long shelf life. But when they go, they go, and they’ll need a repair or replacement for the health of your vehicle.

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Signs of a failing Radiator

Engine temperature

Nobody likes sweltering heat, right? Your vehicle complaining about that heat is gonna be a good sign that it’s time to swap that radiator. If your radiator is failing to do its job, then the cooling liquid will not be able to be properly cooled. If the liquid isn’t cooled, it can’t absorb as much engine heat, and the engine will subsequently not be cooled. You don’t need a degree in mathematics to understand that one. Always pay attention to the engine temperature gauge on your dashboard to know if you need a repair or radiator replacement.

Leaks

Look, here’s one of the basic tenets of car ownership: Leaks aren’t good, in any capacity. Many things can cause a leaking cooling system, including a failing radiator, which may result in liquid that smells fishy. Yum? Any sort of coolant leak is a sign that you might need a replacement radiator.

Low coolant levels

Both leaks and overheating can contribute to the loss of coolant. With leaks, liquid obviously leaves the cooling system. With overheating, components such as the head gaskets and cylinder heads can fail, allowing the liquid to enter the engine and be burned. Neither of these things are good. Your car needs a certain amount of coolant in its system to function properly. If you’re looking for ways to kill time on the weekend, then go spend a few minutes checking your car’s fluid levels. Check the oil, brake fluid, transmission fluid, and coolant. If the coolant is low, it may be because of a radiator issue. Just make sure you never check the coolant when the radiator cap is warm or hot – severe injury may result.

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How urgent is a Radiator replacement?

Having a radiator die can lead to very bad results, and a vehicle that you shouldn’t drive. If you’re experiencing any of the symptoms above, you’ll want to get a repair or radiator replacement asap. If you don’t get a replacement, you could cause major damage to your engine, cooling system and wallet!

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