Re: Oil cooler, Radiator, Condenser
For cost savings manufacturers have generally gone with a combined rad/trans (or engine oil) cooler to save weight and reduce complexity and $. To make things more serviceable new vehicles are able to run smaller coolers without sacrificing performance as systems are monitored electronically. The engine radiator (the largest one you'll be able to see) is almost always closest to the engine, with the smaller coolers in front. Why? When you're sitting in traffic, especially in hot weather you want to cool the engine coolant more than anything or all other parts will become irrelevant if the engine overheats. The engine fan pushes air through the rads out of the front of the vehicle to cool the fluids.
I'm not sure about the condenser, but the evap core is in behind the firewall. On my Dodge, if you were looking at it from the front with the hood open, I have a transmission oil cooler, engine oil cooler followed by the engine rad. It's a lot of fins! If you get around to it...take a photo or two and post it on here (or the links).
'00 Durango R/T 360ci 290hp (modded); 138,500m
'06 Pontiac G6 GT 3.5L 220hp; 44,000m
'12 Chrysler 200 Limited 3.6L 283hp; 13,000m
'99 Taurus 3.0L 2V Vulcan 145hp; 154,300m - Traded
Amsoil in all vehicles!