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Transmission type i have a 2001 jeep grand cherokee and i want to change the tranny fluid and filter but the auto parts store says there is about 8 different types of transmissions for my jeep. where do i look to find out which i have?

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Think I just answered this, but heres something else,,,AW4 has the dipstick tube welded to the pan. 727 goes into the case. but there are two pans on aw4 having a different # of bolts on pan...count them. To avoid problems before you take the pan down match the gasket to the pan to make sure it's corect.

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If you give me the vin number i can tell you which trans it has

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