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How do i add trans oil to a '96 jeep cherokee?

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    lee r May 11, 2010

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Down the dip stick just do it bit by bit, and make sure how much it holds all together so you dont overfill

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Assuming its automatic, filler is on the right side passenger firewall (fills through dipstick tube) Make sure you check level with vehicle running and warm. Add less than you think you need. Though you can overfill just a bit, going too far will cause fluid to be frothed up by internal components and give you big trouble. If stick, there is a plug on the side of the unit. Check level with your finger. If you can touch it without "sticking your arm inside", it's good. Check with vehicle on level ground (either trans) Stick fluid is added through same hole.

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i cant watch you mess up. so....no jeep stated a 99 what?
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rigth?
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