Question about Jeep Cherokee
I need to know how to remove the transmission from a 96 cherokee with a straight six engine and automatic transmission
Unit is a unbolt, remove , replace and bolt in excercise. The difficult part is moving it around without the specialized jacks used in a trans shops. Alignment when replacing is critical or you can damage components. You can get detailed instructions in any decent manual. Always replace converter with trans and always change oil on unit before start up. It's also a good idea to blow out cooling lines so you don't transfer any debris to new unit. Though I generally refrain from doing this kind of work in the yard, I've found that using two long (sometimes two foot long) threaded rods put through bellhousing bolt holes and into the back of the block in their matching holes, can be a valuable guide as you slide the unit into place. They don't have to remain straight, but as trans gets close to block it will follow the bolts into proper position. To remove them I bend the free end at a right angle and just screw them out.
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