Question about 1997 Jeep Cherokee Country
Yes...change it again, and perhaps a third time, just from the pan drain plug. Use the cheapest fluid of the correct kind you can find for intermediate flushes, then good stuff on final flush. I really wish that they would have kept the converter drain plug, but they had to make them stupid proof because people were putting longer ones in and damaging the internals.
If it's slipping, don't drive it, but let it idle so the fluid can get hot and boil off any water. If mud got in there it may need to be taken apart and cleaned.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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