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!995 jeep gr cherk. transmission fluid. add hot

!995 jeep gr cherk. transmission fluid. add hot or cold?

I needto add some fluid. should the engine be cold or hot to measure and add fluid?

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Its best to add while all is hot..
Leave it runing in park while adding fluid..
Put a little at a time and keep checking being careful not to over fill..
The dipstick mesures in pints - not quarts..

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Add tranny fluid hot

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