Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I dropped the pan & let the trans fluid drain a couple of days while I was doing other chores on car. When completed I had 8.5 quarts! I am guessing anything over 4 quarts must be coming out of the converter? I was under the impression that I can not drain the converter this way? What happened here? Car & trans have been working fine.
Even though you dropped the pan there is still a lot of fluid in the valve body which drained down over time. The torque converter will not drain out from gravity. I hope you changed the tranny filter at the time you removed the pan. I am sure that you did.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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