The AW4 transmission uses Dextron II.
A 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a four speed automatic transmission.
The AW 4 automatic transmission uses Dextron 2 transmission fluid.
it depends on what transmission you have. either manual or automatic. I believe the manual is 185-187 hp and the automatic is 190.
They use the same kind of Automatic Transmission But there are two different manual transmissions. The grand Cherokee can use the AX-15 manual transmission which is bigger than the AX-5 but not the automatic transmission.
Mounted between the engine and the transmission. It houses the clutch/pressure plate on a manual transmission or the torque converter on an automatic transmission.
You don't adjust it. You buy a new one and replace it.
No, they will not interchange.
Not without major modifications
A Cherokee would have the AW4. A Grand Cherokee would have a 44RE.
it is located on the top of the bell houseing at the back of the block
It is built into the radiator.
just regular transmission oil because my dad had a Cherokee Laredo te same year and he just used regulsr transmission fluid
The transmission solenoids are inside the transmission on top of the valve body.
Do you have a 4L 6 cyl.? if so, there is NO automatic choke. It is controled by computer and sensors.
The 4.0L has 42re The 5.2L has a 44re
No, but if you change the bracket that the tranny bolts to it will its going to cost about 1500 for everything you got to change the flywheel and possible the motor mounts because the tranny is bigger from 94 than 88 but if you got money go for best bet is to go to summit and buy a aftermarket tranny for about 950 ok i hope i helped
Pinched or blocked transmission cooling lines
Cherokee Laredo, no. Grand Cherokee Laredo, yes.
No. They are not interchangeable.
The bell housing is between the engine and the transmission.
in the valve body which is inside the transmission.
The transmission behind a 4.7L is the 45RFE. The transmission behind the 4.0 L is the 42 RE.