There are two transmission coolant lines the run from the tranny to the radiator. On eline is an inlet, the other is an outlet. The tranny fluid is run thru the radiator to help cool it. These lines are usually just bolted into the radiator. Get a FLARE WRENCH and you can tighten the leaking nut. BUT!!! If it is tight, take the bolt out and you will see how it is, wrap some teflno tape around the threads in the opposite direction from which the bolt threads in and then START THE BOLT BACK INTO THE RADIATOR WITH YOUR FINGERS to make sure you do NOT CROSSTHREAD IT! You can do this to both lines. You will get some fluid loss so try to keep it to a minimum so you don't have to add tranny fluid back into you tranny.
On my 2000 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.7 are 2 sensors. They are both located on drivers side of transmission. The one close to bell housing is input shaft speed sensor. The one at end of transmission is output shaft speed sensor. My input sensor went bad but replaced both. Both sensors are the same. Fairly easy to change out. About $47.00 each at dealer.
adjacent to the driver side tire (close to the transmission) ull see a long bar, where it connects to a piece of the transmission u need to separate the two, best way is with a pair of pliers to pull them apart
Not even close, wrong region.
NO.. Not even close. The 4L60E is a computer controlled transmission/ELECTRONIC transmission and the 700R4 is not.
No, the pcv valve is not even close to the transmission.
its on the transmission close to the driver side
no not even close to the same
NO. Not even close.
what is the cause for the british to close the bosten harbor and to station troops in the city?
The neutral/back up light switch is located on the passenger side of the transmission close to the rear corner of the housing. It is triangular in shape. Take it apart carefully and clean the contacts with contact cleaner.
NO it will not. It's all together different. Not even close.
The Cherokee word for "Hello" is "Osiyo" pronounced "Oh-say-oh." I don't know of a word like "Shanay" - but it could be that it is not spelled close enough to something I do know.
The state of Tennessee is supposedly named after a Cherokee village "Tanasi" in a liberal sense this is true as the 'english' attempt at saying Tanasi is close to Tennessee.
Thunder will not cause blindness, it may cause hearing damage if the lightning strike is very close.
Two Thousand will be a close estimate.
NO it will not. Not even close.
It is yellow in color and hidden under the hoses on top of the transmission close to where it joins to the engine.
No, it's on top of the transaxle very close to the linkage to gear lever.
The switch is part of the Park and Neutral safety switch for automatic transmission and cost close to $200 dollars, and is located in the transmission close to the shift gear cable. Now if you have a manual transmission then the cost is less money about $20 dollars because is a single switch and is close behind the starter.
its most likey the crank sensor its on the top driver side of the trany close to the bell hose. you can get to it from under the jeep
They lived near the Cherokee tribe. They also lived in Kentucky ,Ohio, and Indiana.