The front and rear differentials both use 75W-90W gear oil. The rear should be changed to 75W-140W if you are towing or otherwise putting the drivetrain under extra stress. This comes straight from the owner's manual.
In the differential
Remove the plug in the center of the cover. Fluid level should be even with the bottom of the hole.
Remove the plug on the bell housing. The fluid should be level with the bottom of the plug hole, you can check it with your finger.
You add the fluid down the dipstick tube.
It is Amber on color.
There isn't one, you have to remove the differential cover to drain the fluid.There isn't one, you have to remove the differential cover to drain the fluid.
There isn't one. You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission fluid.
+4 ATF (+3 is compatible)
No, use ATF only.
No, the rear fluid comes out of the front reservoir.
Mopar ATF+3 or Mopar ATF+4
parking break is on or low break fluid
At 18000 miles if towing
If the fluid leaking into the rear tire is not brake fluid then it comes from the differential. It means you have a leaking seal. It means you are losing differential fluid. When the fluid is gone or gets low, you will lose your differential, the gears will strip, you will hear a horrible grinding sound, the rear wheels will lock up, and you will be stuck with the vehicle stopped wherever you are. Hopefully, it will not be in the middle of an Interstate highway with traffic screaming past at 80 miles an hour.
there is a rubber o ring maybe dryed out or split
It doesn't have one. Chrysler only sent them to the dealers as a special tool. You have to go to the dealer to have the fluid checked.
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!
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just regular transmission oil because my dad had a Cherokee Laredo te same year and he just used regulsr transmission fluid
Mopar ATF+4Mopar ATF+4
Differential oil will work fine dude or even gear box oil.dude
Not sure about 1999 but on 1998, pumps and windshield fluid bottle are one assembly. Take out the windshield fluid bottle, you'll find two pumps at the bottom.
"square" Cherokee- Dextron. Grand Cherokee- Mopar ATF+4 All axles 75w90 or 80w90, if posi the rear requires friction additive.