What type of oil does a 1998 Jeep Cherokee take?

What type of oil does a 1998 Jeep Cherokee take?

Recommended oil for my 1998 Cherokee

Product Name Capacities
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

  1. When you’re learning how to check transmission fluid, start by turning the car on.
  2. Begin looking for the transmission fluid dipstick.
  3. Once the dipstick has been located, remove it and touch a bit of fluid.
  4. 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.

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