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Where is the coolant added in the jeep liberty 2003 model and where does the trasmission fluid go?

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2011-09-13 10:37:50
2011-09-13 10:37:50

Coolant will go into the coolant recovery tank -there should be a min-max line. Automatic transmission fluid (Mopar ATF+4 )is added with a long necked funnel right into the transmission dipstick tube-but be careful not to overfill it; You won't get all the fluid out just by taking the drain plug off the bottom of the transmission, you're better off having it flushed at the Jeep dealer, should only be about $150, and it's worth it by not having to do it yourself.

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