Underneath the vehicle, upper drivers side of the transmission.
Drivers side, about midway up the side of the transmission.
Under vehicle, drivers side of transmission, near the top.
Should be a plug on the side of the transmission - fill to this level
Should be a drain plug at bottom of transmission Should be a fill plug at side of transmission - fill to this level
A 1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ manual transmission engine can be filled with 6 quarts of fluid. Its cooling system, on the other hand, can be filled with 11 quarts fluid.
On the side of the trans about half way up and in the middle, fill until some comes out.
Drivers side, about midway up and in the middle of the trans you will find a plug for filling.
There are two large flat hex plugs on the driver's side of the transmission. The upper hex bolt plug is the fill plug.
Drain plug is hex 17mm; fill plug is hex 13mm
Its on the left side 15/16 six point socket to remove
17mm allen wrench, the transfer case takes a 10mm allen.
On the passenger side of the transmission there should be two large hex-screws towards the top. The upper one is the transmission fill plug.
look about mid way on the transmission, on the drivers side, the drain plug will be on the bottom, and the fill plug will be half way up the casing right above it.
Fluid is added down the dipstick tube.
Locate the fill plug half way up the side of the transmission on the drivers side, it is usually a torx type bolt. fill through this hole until a little runs back out and it will be full.
Fill through the dipstick tube in the engine compartment.
No. Automatic transmission fluid is the recommended fill.
Under the Jeep on the upper side of the transmission you will see a plug. Normally the fill plug and drain plug located below the fill plug are on the driver's side. Remove this plug and fill it until trans lube runs out. It is now full. Caution: Be sure you use the correct lube. You will need a small hand pump to accomplish this.
Drop transmission pan Clean Replace filter and pan gasket Re-fill DO NOT OVERFILL
2 plugs on the drivers side of the trans, one on the bottom for draining and one on the side for filling. Fill it until it overflows and put the plug back on.
simple enough. there are 2 plugs on the trans, one on the bottom to drain, and one on the side to fill. Drain it out, replace the plug, remove the side plug and pump the appropriate manual transmission fluid in until it starts to dribble out of the hole and then replace the plug. Done!
A Jeep's manual transmission does not have a dipstick. To check the oil level, remove the fill plug. The case should be filled with oil up to the bottom edge of the fill plug. Note that these plugs often weep oil. I carefully dry the threads of the plug and the case and use a little bit of sealant on them. Make sure none of the sealant gets inside the case.
On the drivers side of the transmission there are two plugs, they take a torx bit. One is about mid way up the side, and the other is on the bottom, bottom is for draining, and the other is for filling. Fill until fluid runs back out of the hole, you are done.
fill until fluid starts to pour out of the fill hole. Should be around 2.25 bottles.
where is the fill tube for the transmission on a 2001 jeep grand cherokee