there is a rubber o ring maybe dryed out or split
Remove support brackets from dipstick--then it should just "Pull-out" Lubricate "O" Ring prior to installation
The dipstick tube is on the passenger side of the engine compartment. The dipstick is a dealer only special tool.
You add the fluid down the dipstick tube.
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.
No, they will not interchange.
A Cherokee would have the AW4. A Grand Cherokee would have a 44RE.
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.
You will have to find a junk yard with a Jeep that has a bad engine to be able to get this part. Hopefully there are many models with a similar dipstick tube. Take your old one with you even if it is in pieces. Other than that you will have to go to the dealer.
The 4.0L has 42re The 5.2L has a 44re
Pinched or blocked transmission cooling lines
Cherokee Laredo, no. Grand Cherokee Laredo, yes.
A 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a four speed automatic transmission.
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.
The AW 4 automatic transmission uses Dextron 2 transmission fluid.
Having the speedometer jump and the engine stall in the 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo could be a problem with the idle and the transmission. The transmission slipping can cause the speedometer to jump.
Yes, if it is leaking and the coolant level is low.
The AW4 transmission uses Dextron II.
A Jeep Cherokee had a AW 4. A six cylinder Grand Cherokee had a 42 re. An eight cylinder had a 45rfe.
No, it should have a 4 speed transmission.