What type of oil does a 1998 Jeep Cherokee take?
Recommended oil for my 1998 Cherokee
|Signature Series 10W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil||With filter 6 quarts After refill check oil level.|
|XL 10W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil||With filter 6 quarts After refill check oil level.|
|OE 10W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil||With filter 6 quarts After refill check oil level.|
What kind of transmission fluid does a 2001 Jeep Cherokee use?
Valvoline Transmission Fluid Dexron/Mercon 1 Gallon.
What type of transmission fluid goes in a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
For 2002 Grand Cherokee Second generation Jeep recommends to use: ATF+4, and ATF+3 automatic transmission fluids. To select the right automatic transmission fluid see the table below.
How do you check the transmission fluid in a Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Steps On How to Check Transmission Fluid
- When you’re learning how to check transmission fluid, start by turning the car on.
- Begin looking for the transmission fluid dipstick.
- Once the dipstick has been located, remove it and touch a bit of fluid.
- Wipe the dipstick clean with a rag, and reinsert it back into the vehicle.
How do you check transmission fluid in a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
While the engine is running and the transmission is in “N” (torque converter fills in both the P (PARK) and N (NEUTRAL)) Pull the dipstick of the transmission and verify that the oil is in the upper range (between the 2 upper dots). If the fluid is cold, then it should be between the 2 lower dots.
Who makes ATF 4 transmission fluid?
Valvoline ATF + 4 is a uniquely blended automatic transmission fluid that meets Chrysler Material Standard MS-9602. It is designed as a factory fill fluid for all 1998 and later Chrysler Corporation automatic transmissions and transaxles.