It's hard to say without the year, model and engine size. From 1990 on, Cherokees, Comanches and Wagoneers took 4,5,or 6 quarts depending on which engine. the 2.5L engines take 4 quarts, the 5.2L engines take 5 quarts and the 4.0L engines take 6 quarts. I suspect but don't know for sure that the same engines would be in the Wranglers.
may be 4.7 with oil filter
Start by adding about four quarts. Then start the Jeep and check the fluid level. It may require six or more quarts. It depends on how long the pan was off.
capacity is 6 quarts with oil filter replacement - but note - this left me in the "overfill" region of the dupstick - 5 quarts may not be enough - you'll have to purchase 6 quarts .... but the ideal quantitiy may be closer to 5.5 quarts
3.9L holds 4.5 quarts 5.2L and 5.9L hold 5 quarts 8.0L holds 7 quarts Diesel holds 12 quarts
You should have 7 quarts on hand for the oil change. You may use 6 1/2. www.trailvoy.com
Yes, as long as the 93 had a 4 cylinder in it too, swapping to a different motor size may have complications.
Your engine will have 4 O2 sensors. And all of them will have a different part #, because the connectors are all different.
7 with filter
6 QTS. with a new filter.
Jeep recommends 2 Quarts of ATF+3 (Or ATF+4) Fluid in the NP231 Transfer Case that comes on your Jeep Vehicle. Use of any other fluids may cause problems and will void your warranty.
As GENERAL guideline only if you cant find any info. A 4 cylinder will take 4.5 quarts, 6 cylinder 4.5-5 quarts, and v-8 will take 5.5-6 quarts. You didnt give the engine size. Hope this helps.To add to the above answer, overfilling is just as bad as under filling. Park the vehicle on a level surface. Drain the oil and change the filter. Pour in 4 quarts 4 cylinder or V6, 5 quarts V8, and start the engine and let run for 45 seconds. Shut off and wait 45 minutes. Check the oil level and add as nessassary to reach the full mark. You now know the capacity.Caution: On some BMW, Mercedes, Lincoln & Cadillac with a V8, the engine may hold as much as 10 quarts of oil with filter change.
There are four quarts in a gallon .
It may stop due to damage caused by lack of lubrication. Jeeps do not have an automatic shut down if the oil is low.
there are 4 quarts in a gallon
Atoms may have quarks, but definitely not quarts
With the remote or pressing the lock button on the door. If lift gate does not lock, the locking cylinder may be bad, suggest replacement.
A symptom you almost always feel is a brake pedal that will not hold. You stop, hold the brake, and the pedal will slowly move toward the floor. This is a sure sign the master cylinder is bad. A leaking master cylinder or one that sticks, is also a sign is is defective. When you replace the master cylinder replace all the brake fluid in the brake system and bleed the brakes. Moisture in the brake fluid will destroy a master cylinder and this may be why it failed.Brake fluid leaking from the master cylinder. When you stop and hold your foot on the break the brake pedal will slowly go to the floor. Either of these symptoms means your master cylinder must be replaced.
1 imperial gallon = 4 imperial quarts
8 pints = 4 quarts
The most common symptom of a master cylinder that has failed is that when you stop and hold your foot on the brake pedal it will slowly fall to the floor. This is called pedal fade and means the seals within the master cylinder are leaking. If you push the brake pedal and it does not return it may be defective. You may also see a leak at the master cylinder.
There are 4 quarts in a gallon. This would be 8 gallons.