When should I change my differential fluid Jeep Cherokee?
According to the Chilton Jeep Manual (40602), the fluids should be changed every 30,000 miles. If the differential becomes fully submerged in water, it should be changed immediately after.
How often should you change differential fluid Jeep?
Following “Schedule B” in the Jeep owner’s manual (heavy driving), you should change your differential fluids every 15,000 miles. However it is always a good idea to do this IF you’ve submerged your axles in deep water for prolonged periods of time.
When Should differential fluid be changed?
every 30,000 miles to 60,000 miles
How much gear oil does a Jeep Cherokee take?
Jeep Cherokee XJ Fluid Capacities and Type
|NP228/229 Transfer Case||ATF+4||2.9 Quarts / 2.8 Liters|
|NP242 Transfer Case||ATF+4||1.1 Quarts / 1 Liter|
|Dana 30 – Front Axle||80W-90 Gear and Axle Lubricant||2.5 Pints / 1.2 Liters|
|Dana 35 Axle||80W-90 Gear and Axle Lubricant||3.5 Pints / 1.7 Liters|
How do I add transmission fluid to my 2016 Jeep Cherokee?
How to Put Transmission Fluid in a Jeep Cherokee
- Engage the parking brake on your vehicle.
- Start the Jeep and let it idle for about 15 minutes.
- Pop the hood and locate the dipstick near your car’s transmission.
- Remove the dipstick and wipe off any transmission fluid.
- Replace the dipstick.
What happens if I don’t have a transmission dipstick?
If the vehicle does not have a dipstick, the transmission fluid must be checked at the transmission. This requires lifting the car on four jack stands; it must be level to check the fluid. There will be a fill plug on the side of the transmission case. This is not the drain plug located at the bottom of the sump.
How do I know if my transmission is sealed?
First off, you’ll know you have a sealed transmission if you don’t have a dipstick to check the fluid. That said, even a sealed transmission needs to have its fluid checked or replaced on occasion.