Question about 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland
ALL DEPEND WHAT TYPE OF TRANS. YOUR VEHICLE HAS SOME OF THEM DON'T HAVE DIPSTICK, BUT, STILL HAVE TUBE WITH A CAP, YOU CAN ADD FLUID INTO TUBE BUT NEED SPECIAL DIPSTICK TO CHECK LEVEL AT CERTAIN TEMP
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: add transmission fluid
On 91 vehicles there's a 17mm allen screw on the side towards the left front wheel. Open it add the oil there on a level surface and fill till oil reaches the hole and starts coming out. DO NOT FILL OIL FROM THE TOP where what seems to be a plug. It's actually the timing marks and houses the clutch. Put oil there and you'll need a new clutch.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
i believe your trooper is like my isuzu rodeo which have a sealed transmission which could be checked by yourself by srewing off the bolt on the top of the tranny, or take it to a transmission place and they will charge you about $140 to replace the fluids on it
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
there is no dipstick ...they are sealed units. there is a way to add fluid but its not easy.... you have to remove exhaust crossover pipe ...then you will see a small brass plug on top of trans..... hope this helps
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Dipstick is to the left of the engine. Should be a small yellow dipstick. Add fluid through the dipstick hole. The vehicle should be running when you do this. It is best to have driven at least 20 miles before adding trans fluid so everything has had time to get hot.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
SOURCE: Add transmission fluid
Thank you for choosing fixya.com. Chances are, you have purchased a new model of which there is no dipstick for checking the tranny fluid. I know that an earlier model of the Isuzu Trooper had the same thing and drove me crazy looking for the silly dipstick only to find out there isn't one. The situation is this. Supposedly, one does not need to change the fluid for several (over 3,000) miles before having the fluid changed. However, though it may appear that there is no way to change the fluid, there is infact a place to do so, however - it's tricky - you see, if you look at the top of your transmission (front wheel drive/AWdrive), there are about 3-4 plugs. Only one of these few plugs is the one for adding fluid, with one exception - the dealership (or experienced mechanic) needs to do it. The other plugs, as I am told are used for hold parts of the transmission in place on the inside, and if taken out, severe and excruciating damage can be done. So, I would suggest contacting the Volvo dealer or service center and finding out more about this. I am no certified mechanic, and can tell you I have never worked on a Volvo, there I recommend taking it to someone who has and can serve a much better purpose them I , or accomplishing this task for you.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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