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Transmission need to know where i put the transmission fluid to fill it up on a 01 jeep cherokee laredo

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Auto transmitions heve a fill tube in the rear of the engine compartment that are usually hidden by hoses. Manual tranmitions do not have a fill tube and have to be filled under the vehicle. There are two plugs. one will be higher than the other. You take out the top one and put your finger in the hole and see if you feel fluid. You fill it up until it starts to come out of the hole and hurry up and put the plug back in.( Be sure theat you put in the proper fluid)

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