hello, if your car/engine/trans have less than 100,000 miles on it, it's okay to replace the transmission oil (and filter) in your Jeep. if you have higher mileage, it's not a good idea because the transmission could start slipping. I recommend changing the filter on an Automatic at 30,000, then every 60,000; and flushing the fluid at 60,000 then every 60,000 after. I have been told by transmission rebuilders that if you don't change the fluid and filter, you can expect trouble regardless of the miliage. Granted it may bring trouble to surface more quickly. I have only seen this on one Lincoln personally. It is critical that the proper fluid is used. Chrysler products such as Jeep require a certain fluid. ATF + 4 in this case. Yes.
where is the fill tube for the transmission on a 2001 jeep grand cherokee
A 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L would have a 545rfe transmission.
The grand Cherokee was not offered with a manual transmission.
If same engine and transmission models, yes.
Try changing you oil and if that does not help you will need to rebuild the tranny or replace it.
Power steering fluid, transmission fluid and filter, cooling system.
I recommend you have the A/T fluid changed every 36,000 miles.
Th e automatic transmission in a 1998 Jeep Cherokee, not a Grand Cherokee, is an AW4.
If same engine, yes.
None, there wasn't a Grand Cherokee until 1993None, there wasn't a Grand Cherokee until 1993
Dirty spark plugs can occur on any make, model, or year. Changing the spark plugs should be done for maintenance, such as when you do a tune up.
no it wont fit cause ive just changed a 1990 jeep Cherokee transmission it had a 1998 jeep grand Cherokee transmission in it it broke the fly wheel and burned the torque converter up
The 2001 Jeep Grand-Cherokee has a 4-speed automatic.
The 2006 Jeep Grand-Cherokee has a 5-speed automatic.
The 2003 Jeep Grand-Cherokee has a 4-speed automatic.
The 2002 Jeep Grand-Cherokee has a 4-speed automatic.
The 2004 Jeep Grand-Cherokee has a 4-speed automatic.
No, they don't.