+4 ATF (+3 is compatible)
You add the fluid down the dipstick tube.
There isn't one. You have to remove the pan to drain the transmission fluid.
Mopar ATF+3 or Mopar ATF+4
there is a rubber o ring maybe dryed out or split
just regular transmission oil because my dad had a Cherokee Laredo te same year and he just used regulsr transmission fluid
The AW 4 automatic transmission uses Dextron 2 transmission fluid.
Automatic transmission fluid.Automatic transmission fluid.
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.
The AW4 transmission uses Dextron II.
Mopar ATF+4Mopar ATF+4
Automatic transmission fluid
A 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee uses ATF+4.
The code p1762 in a Grand Cherokee shows possible transmission problems. Low transmission fluid could be the cause. Make sure that the fluid is full then check again.
Same place you check the fluid level.
No, the rear fluid comes out of the front reservoir.
parking break is on or low break fluid
Down the dipstick tube.
You have to remove the transmission pan to drain the fluid. Change the filter(s). Reinstall the pan and fill the fluid.
Check level of transmission fluid Change transmission fluid and filter
Remove the plug in the center of the cover. Fluid level should be even with the bottom of the hole.
Remove support brackets from dipstick--then it should just "Pull-out" Lubricate "O" Ring prior to installation
A Cherokee uses Dextron in an automatic and 75w90 in a manual. A Grand Cherokee uses Mopar ATF+4 in an automatic.
Power steering fluid, transmission fluid and filter, cooling system.
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.
The governor sensor has to do with transmission fluid pressure.