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How many quarts of oil i have to put in the

How many quarts of oil i have to put in the trasmission in 2001 jeep grand cheroke /

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If it has a 4.0 engine it should hold aprox. 6 quarts but start with 4 and check your dip stick.

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That info is available in your vehicles user manual.

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