Question about 2005 Jeep Wrangler
Most have a drain plug on the pan. to do a simple change, just remove the plug and drain it, then re-fill. to do a filter change, you need to remove the pan and the filter inside, remove all the gasket material (or it will leak) and put everything back together. There is no provision for draining the converter so if you want to do a better more complete change, drain from plug, refill, drive a few miles to circulate new fluid, then do a complete change with filter. You won't get it all out but a considerably larger portion of the old fluid will be removed.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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