if 3spd auto with a 4.0 L I-6 32RH otherwise im not sure
The ax5 ( for 4 cyl )will fit up to 1996, and the ax15 is good thru 99. as for the auto trans you'd have to look at it but, The 32RH automatic transmission was used in 1992 to 1995 and 1997-2002 Wrangler with 6 cyl.
only if they meet fluid 7176 specs
Yes, they should be the same, just make sure they are the same transmission, there was more than one used.
Manual, top of transmission. Auto, inside the transmission.
Idling in neutral.
See Recall ID # 05V460000
Auto is MOPAR ATF+4 Manual is 75w90
Traditionally a 4spd auto.
Auto : 30rh Manual : AX5
5 speed manual is either an AX5 or AX15 auto is a A-904
Depends on how mechanically inclined you are. Manual trans was originally an AX-15. You could put an NV3550 in its place. Auto trans was originally a 32RH. You COULD swap an AW4 from a Cherokee in. You'd gain an extra gear but you would have to wire it all in. Very involved.
The 4L80E transmission
Fill through the dipstick tube in the engine compartment.
repair manual ( available at your auto store) for around $20. Jeep wrangler 1987 through 2003 all models
Is it manual or auto. If auto drop the pan with all the screws on it. If a manual then there should be a large bolt that says drain on it.
Manual transmission = 2.5 u.s. qts. Auto transmission = 3.3 u.s. qts. source = 1992 Toyota Paseo repair manual
There isn't one. only an "auto" trans has a dip stick.
4 Cyl manual is a AX5 6 Cyl manual is a AX15 Auto is a A904