I am needing to change the transmission fluid on my 2001 Dodge Durango, and I don't know where the location of the plug to drain the transmission fluid is at!
A 2001 Dodge Durango uses ATF+4 transmission fluid.
You have to remove the trans oil pan to change fluid.
Mopar ATF+4 only
The 2003 Dodge Durango with the 5. 9L V8 (2WD) came equipped with the 5-speed 545RFE automatic transmission. For this powertrain option the service automatic transmission fill was 14. 1 quarts.
It is not difficult to change the transmission filter on a Dodge Durango, but it is time consuming. There is a cover that needs to be taken off after loosening the bolts. The transmission fluid needs to be drained into a bucket. After the new filter is put in, the cover is put back on and new fluid is added.
You use a funnel and pour it down the dipstick tube.
A transmission fluid change is recommended every 100,000 miles on a Dodge Neon. The filter should also be replaced at this time for maximum longevity.
Total capacity is about twelve quarts.
in the dipstick hole.
Unlike some transmission fluids, power steering fluid is not manufacturer specific; any high quality power steering fluid will do.
It is a specific Transmission fluid available from the Dodge dealer. It is called Sprinter/Crossfire transmission fluid.It is a specific Transmission fluid available from the Dodge dealer. It is called Sprinter/Crossfire transmission fluid.
Mopar ATF+3 or ATF+4
You add transmission fluid down the transmission dipstick hole.
Transmission fluid is inside the transmission.
Total transmission capacity is about 12 quarts, Filter service usually takes about 6 quarts.