No problems here *knocks on wood* with 35K mostly highway miles or so. How many miles do you have?
2011 Laredo X 4x4, ORA 1, Quad Trac II 4WD, Wild Country XTX Sport 265/70/17, American Racing ATX series AX188 Ledge, RRO 2.5 lift, PIAA 510 & 520 ATP Aux lights, Yakima roof rack, Mopar rock rails, dealer OEM hitch, RR winch mount and brush bar, Smitty 10K winch, RR pre-runner skid plate, slightly de-chromed.
Boy...that stinks that a radiator lasts what? 3 years? I just gave my wife's old car to our oldest daughter. 1998 Ford ZX2 and everything on the car including the exhaust was original except belts, brakes and tires. Seems like stuff just don't last anymore.
The AC condenser is attached to the radiator by two retaining tabs near the top. You may be able to disengage the tabs and tilt the condenser forward enough to pull the radiator, but I dunno. The AC pipes may get in the way, however. The lines attached to the radiator supports with brackets and seem to wrap around the radiator. You may also have to remove the grill for access, the service manual calls that out when removing the condenser.
Hopefully someone that has actually replaced a radiator will post soon.
2011 Grand Cherokee Overland V8, 2009 Liberty Rocky Mt V6, 2000 Grand Cherokee Laredo I6, 1979 CJ7 I6 Quadratrac
Just as an update for all you that may run into this one day...I ended up having to remove the fascia and grill to get to this thing. the radiator, which I will post a pic of soon, has hooks on the bottom that go under the condenser. I did not have to remove the condenser as some of those lines were just flexible enough to lift it up over those hooks once everything else was off (grill, fascia and radiator crossmember, fan, etc.). I did have to jack the car up and pull the radiator out of the bottom though. the condenser was not letting it come out any other way. I didn't have to mess with the power steering either (as my service manual suggested). it took about 6 hours but I was moving slow, thoroughly cleaning parts as they came off, etc. probably could do it in 2-3 if I ever had to do it again which hopefully I will not! I had some airlock at first but then bled it the old fashioned way (radiator cap off, just pouring more radiator fluid in) and was back in business...Thanks for all the input..