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Slippin tranny I have 2 holes on my dip stick for my tranny one says add and the other says safe. the fluid reads to the first hole which says add, I have a 2002 grand cherokee jeep, what kind of tranny fluid do I use? i have read not to use dexron or mercon 111,it says to use mopar atf 4. is my tranny fluid low and is that why it started slippin? thanks

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I have a 2002 grand cherokee with the 4.7 liter the owners manual says that i need to see a mechanic to check the transmission fluid how do i do it also my light came on for my transmission overheating and after that went off my engine light came on

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Yes, This definately would cause Slippage. Always use the Fluids that the Manufacturer Recommend.

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