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Vehicle: Jeep Wrangler 1993 2.5l I4 w/ manual tranny and AWD
Question: what type (SAE) and qty (Fl Oz, litres) of oil should I use in:
transmission
transfer case
differentials

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Hi there.A auto parts store or a dealership service department can help you determine the type of fluid recommended for your vehicle.The fill area is also the full mark,when adding fluid to the transmission or transfercase the fluid will come out of the fill hole and thats when you will know it is full.Its hard to tell how much fluid is is needed, every vehicle is different,but I believe the transfercase is between 2-3 quarts and the standard tranny is between 4-5 quarts.Keep your receipt and whatever fluids you do not use you can return.Hope this helps.John.

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