If an auto, check for stamping on the dipstick. They probably were using ATF+4 by then. By certain on the correct fluid as ATF+3 is different than ATF+4. ATF+4 is a synthetic. Dan the tranny man. THE OWNERS MANUAL SAYS DEXTRON III BUT Chrysler RECOMMENDS ATF +4 NOW IT IS FROM THE DEALER AT ABOUT $4.00 A QUART YOU CAN USE IT IN THE TRANSFER CASE TOO
It bolts to the back of the transmission.It bolts to the back of the transmission.
A regular Cherokee uses Dextron A Grand Cherokee uses Mopar ATF+4
rear transmission left side
Your 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee 16 inch aluminum wheels will fit on to the 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport. Any wheel larger than 16 inches will not yet on to the 2000 Cherokee.
A 2000 Jeep Cherokee would have rear drum brakes.
A 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee uses ATF+4.
How does the belt for fan and water pump go on a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 6 Cylinder?
no. the wiring and computers are different.
There are numerous bolt sizes used on the transmission.
On 2000 Grand Cherokee with the 4.7L with the 45RFE transmission it is located on the passenger side engine compartment at the rear near the fire wall.
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It is built into the radiator.
SAE 75W 90 should tell you in owners manual
yes they will. as long as both jeeps have stock axles.
5 on 4.5
Mopar number 5281090
On the back between the engine and transmission. You'll have to remove the transmission to see it.
The trans is called a 42Re