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Re: Request information on type and quantity of fluids /...
Hi there.A auto parts store or a dealership service department can help you determine the type of fluid recommended for your vehicle.The fill area is also the full mark,when adding fluid to the transmission or transfercase the fluid will come out of the fill hole and thats when you will know it is full.Its hard to tell how much fluid is is needed, every vehicle is different,but I believe the transfercase is between 2-3 quarts and the standard tranny is between 4-5 quarts.Keep your receipt and whatever fluids you do not use you can return.Hope this helps.John.
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no engine, stated, no JOY.
but i can answer , in the SAE.org way. generic.
bank ONE is always that bank with cylinder 1
and sensor 2 is the rear sensor, aka, down stream....
on and I4 or I6 #1 is front.
on any V6 or V8
number 1 is that cylinder that is most forward. (look see it?)
you now are ready to RUMBLE !
That information should be in your owners manual. I know that the manuals for the Cherokees I have owned have that kind of info in them. I found the below on a Jeep forum but I can not vouch for this information:
"The following products are MS-9224 compliant:
• Chrysler synchomesh fluid #4874464
• Penzoil Synchromesh Fluid #18106
• Quakerstate Synchromesh Fluid #59634
• GM synchromesh fluid #12345349
• GM synchromesh fluid 12345577
• Havoline MTX fluid #1874
Manual Transmission The level of lubricant in the transmission should be maintained at the
filler hole on all manual transmissions. This hole is on the right
side. When you check the level in the transmission, make sure that the
vehicle is level so that you get a true reading. When you remove the
filler plug, lubricant should run out of the hole. Replace the plug
quickly for a minimum loss of lubricant. If lubricant does not run out
of the hole when the plug is removed, lubricant should be added until
it does. Replace the plug as soon as the lubricant reaches the level of
Fig. 1: Manual transmission fill and drain hole plugs
DRAIN AND REFILL Remove the drain
plug which is at the bottom of the transmission. Allow all the
lubricant to run out before replacing the plug. Replace the case with
the correct viscosity oil. All manual transmissions use SAE 75W-90 API
quality Grade GL-5 gear lubricant. Tighten the fill hole plug to 27 ft.
lbs. (37 Nm).
I hope help you with this (rermember rated this help) Good luck.
Vehicle: Fluid Type Specifications Engine Oil ENGINE OIL TYPE Look for two things: 1. GM6094M Your vehicle's engine requires oil meeting GM Standard GM6094M. 2. SAE 5W-30 as shown in the viscosity chart, SAE 5W-30 is best for your vehicle. These numbers on an oil container show its viscosity, or thickness. Do not use other viscosity oils such as SAE 20W-50. Oils meeting these requirements should also have the starburst symbol on the container. This symbol indicates that the oil has been certified by the American Petroleum Institute (API). You should look for this information on the oil container, and use only those oils that are identified as meeting GM Standard GM6094M and have the starburst symbol on the front of the oil container. NOTICE: Use only engine oil identified as meeting GM Standard GM6094M and showing the American Petroleum Institute Certified For Gasoline Engines starburst symbol. Failure to use the recommended oil can result in engine damage not covered by your warranty. GM Goodwrench oil meets all the requirements for your vehicle. If you are in an area of extreme cold, where the temperature falls below -20°F (-29°C), it is recommended that you use either an SAE 5W-30 synthetic oil or an SAE 0W-30 oil. Both will provide easier cold starting and better protection for your engine at extremely low temperatures. ENGINE OIL ADDITIVES Do not add anything to your oil. The recommended oils with the starburst symbol that meet GM Standard GM6094M are all you will need for good performance and engine protection.
Usually when a pinion bearing goes bad it will make a howling sound when your not on the gas. It could be that it went bad. If you think it's tranny fluid leaking check your fluid level it is dark red by the way and should not smell burnt if it does you have tranny problems. Gear oil is not red but dark brown.