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The reservoir is part of the trans. To check or fill the automatic use the dipstick, for manual you must go under the jeep and remove the check plug(careful 2 plugs under there pull the higher one.

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There is no transmission fluid reservoir. with the engine running at operating temperature on level ground, you need to pull out the transmission dip stick, clean it off, reinsert, remove and check level. as long as it's in the hash marks don't add any fluid.

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Where do i add the transmission fluid in the 1995 jeep cherokee and what sort of fluid do i add

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transmissions do not nave a resevoir ,the oil is in the transmission and pan itself. to check the level the dipstick is at the rear of the engine,i forget which side ,on that model ,but not hard to find.check level with engine warm and idling in neutral .yhe leval must be between the marks

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