2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Radiator

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Duralast Radiator B2839 for 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
$
269
99
  • Part # B2839
  • SKU # 207705

Notes: Does NOT include Radiator Cap. Purchase separately. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

  • PRICE: 269.99
  • Internal Engine Oil Cooler: No
  • Internal Transmission Oil Cooler: No

Duralast Radiator B2840 for 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
$
264
99
  • Part # B2840
  • SKU # 207703

Notes: Does NOT include Radiator Cap. Purchase separately. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

  • PRICE: 264.99
  • Internal Engine Oil Cooler: No
  • Internal Transmission Oil Cooler: No

Performance Radiator Radiator 2999 for 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
$
279
99
  • Part # 2999
  • SKU # 1165503

Notes: Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

  • PRICE: 279.99

SureBilt Radiator VB1510 for 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
$
164
99
  • Part # VB1510
  • SKU # 750031

Notes: Radiator Cap Is Required. Always change your antifreeze coolant when installing a new radiator to prevent premature failure.

  • PRICE: 164.99
  • Outlet Header Width: 2.5
  • Engine Oil Cooler Diameter: not applicable
  • Outlet Diameter: 1.8125
  • Inlet Header Length: 21.1875
  • Transmission Oil Cooler Included: No
  • Outlet Header Length: 21.1875
  • Internal Transmission Oil Cooler: No
  • Mounting Type: Top Cradle, Bottom Pin
  • Engine Oil Cooler Included: No
  • Core Height: 23.125
  • Core Thickness: 1
  • Internal Engine Oil Cooler: No
  • Core Width: 20
  • Core Material: Aluminum
  • Inlet Diameter: 1.5
  • Inlet Header Width: 2.5
  • Down Flow Or Cross Flow Type: Cross Flow
  • Tank Material: Plastic
  • Core Row Quantity: 1

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IT WORKS 1ST TRY

Shan

in 2 months

Looked up Radiator by Year, Make & model - Ordered it, delivered to home- had installed and worked right away

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

Looked up Radiator by Year, Make & model - Ordered it, delivered to home- had installed and worked right away

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

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Fits like a Glove

Luis

in 4 months

I changed my old radiator for a New One just in minutes. It's virtually a Clone.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee

I changed my old radiator for a New One just in minutes. It's virtually a Clone.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Did the job

Sean

in 5 months

This radiator seems a good affordable option to the OEM unit. I installed without struggle and everything important lined up where needed; however, there were a few missing little 1/8” holes for attaching a rubber air gasket that I had to drill out myself - easy fix. I always struggle with deciding whether to go OEM or aftermarket when maintaining my vehicles. Honestly, I could make a strong case for the OEM option and a radiator is definitely one of those critical parts. If you are in the fence and cost isn’t an issue go OEM every time IMO. With that said, there’s a place for aftermarket and you should consider mileage, usage and part availability when choosing. because this vehicle sees less than 5000 miles/year and I wanted to get the project done that weekend I when aftermarket. There radiator seemed a good choice and was NOT the cheapest option. I’d suggest skipping the cheapest of the cheap for those “must work” items.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee

This radiator seems a good affordable option to the OEM unit. I installed without struggle and everything important lined up where needed; however, there were a few missing little 1/8” holes for attaching a rubber air gasket that I had to drill out myself - easy fix. I always struggle with deciding whether to go OEM or aftermarket when maintaining my vehicles. Honestly, I could make a strong case for the OEM option and a radiator is definitely one of those critical parts. If you are in the fence and cost isn’t an issue go OEM every time IMO. With that said, there’s a place for aftermarket and you should consider mileage, usage and part availability when choosing. because this vehicle sees less than 5000 miles/year and I wanted to get the project done that weekend I when aftermarket. There radiator seemed a good choice and was NOT the cheapest option. I’d suggest skipping the cheapest of the cheap for those “must work” items.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee