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2000 jeep wrangler are sythetic lubes used in axils and trans

2000 jeep wrangler 2.5l engine and 5 speed manual trans are sythetic lubes used in the axils, transfer case and transmission

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Hello grega1967, your Jeep Wrangler came from the factory with gear oil in the axles and manual transmission, but the transfer case uses transmission fluid. It is a NP231 and your axles are Dana 30 in the front and Dana 35 in the rear. They should have a 4.10 gear ratio due to you having a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder.

I hope this helps,

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Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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mine is 6 speed stick, the 5speed option is the automatic.
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M/T as your post clearly states is another matter.
the parts list for the 370 box shows no sensors at all ,just 1 reverse switch, then i look at the car 241 transfer case then the parts list.
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front axle, no.
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must be the genius at JEEP said, one day, well gee abs knows speed, why not just get that for free on all 4speeds.

the A/T needs the sensors to shift right, but not any manual ever.

The electric drawings for jeep jk08 show no speed sensors at all on the M/T. (dedicated to forward speed via the transmission side)

see here a nice JK08 full parts list in PDF.
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

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