Some transfer cases might be different but there should be two large bolts/plugs on the rear of the transfer case, one about half way up and one on the bottom. The bottom one is for draining and the top one if for filling it back up. It is pretty tight manuevering to fill it and usually makes a mess trying to get the fluid back in. It should be filled just until it starts to flow out of the fill hole and use whatever fluid the dealer or parts store recommends. There is also a small filter inside the transfer case that doesnt really need to be changed but will trap dirt and stuff once inside the case and can be cleaned. I've changed two t-cases and drained them both before taking them apart and they still had gunk stuck in there. The only way to clean it is to take the back half of the t-case apart but unless you have done similar projects or can find a description online of how to do it i would not recommend it. Even if you dont clean the filter the t-case will probably be the last thing to go in a drivetrain.
Automatic transmission fluid
I own a 2006 3.7L grand Cherokee and my tune up consists of spark pug replacements (6) for me, differential fluid change, ATF fluid change (no flush), and PCV. If you have a transfer case you will need to change that as well. good luck!
Automatic transmission fluid.Automatic transmission fluid.
The transfer case holds almost two quarts.
Mopar Dexron II
Automatic trans fliud
No, use ATF only.
You have to remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid. Change the filter(s). Reinstall the pan and fill the fluid.
Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) sometimes called Dexron 3...available everywhere...
The 242 use ATF+4 The 247 uses a special fluid from the dealer.
The transfer case in a 1997 Jeep uses automatic transmission fluid.
The transfer case has tag on the center rear of it. The model number is on there. The 242 uses regular auto trans fluid (ATF). The 247 uses a special transfer case fluid from a Jeep dealer
NV140 0.65L (1.4 pts.) NV245 1.8L (3.8 pts.)
At 18000 miles if towing
Check level of transmission fluid Change transmission fluid and filter
There are 3 different transfer cases for your SUV. This website will answer your question. Best of Luck! http://www.wjjeeps.com/service/maintenance_wj.htm
A 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee uses DOT 3 fluid.
A 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee uses ATF+4.
in the manual it says to use Mopar Automatic Transmission Fluid or equivalent labeled Dexron II or Mercon Quadra-trac 1.2L Select-trac 1.3L Command-trac 1.0L train and fill plugs recommended tightening torque is 30 to 40 foot-pounds i got all of this out of my 1993 Grand Cherokee owner's manual
Either the transmission tail seal or the transfer case input seal has failed. The transfer case has to be removed to replace the seals.
It uses ATF
The fill/check plug is on the center rear of the case. You remove the plug and fill to the bottom of the hole with ATF.
In the differential