Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
To service automatic trans, you will need to know which one you have (most have an ID tag on them somewhere or it can be identified from vin #. Doing the actual work is easy,,,just remove pan & filter, remove ALL old gasket material from pan and transmission, and put back together the same way you took it apart. Fill with the appropriate trans fluid and youre done! (sometimes with sticking internal valves, it helps to add a "conditioner" along with the new fluid. Don't expect an instant "fix"... it may take a week or so to dissolve varnish etc inside unit) If fluid change works, I recommend doing a second "fluid only" change in about 1,000 miles)
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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