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Jeep experts reccomend removing your battery in order to gain space to remove the radiator, do this by unplugging the + side first and then the - side. Get the battery securing bolts loose and then remove the battery.
Here you can find a complete guide on how to remove the radiator from your Cherokee, installation is inverse to removal and be sure to use good Mopar coolant (premixed) or dilute it 50/50 with demineralized water.

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