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Old 08-24-2009, 06:26 PM   #1
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Help with fluid specs

New JEEP owner wondering if someone can tell me what kind of fluids and how many quarts of the following do I need

1995 Jeep Wrangler Automatic 4 Cylinder.

Oil -
Coolant -
Transmission fluid -
Diffrental fluid -

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Old 08-24-2009, 06:30 PM   #2
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New JEEP owner wondering if someone can tell me what kind of fluids and how many quarts of the following do I need

1995 Jeep Wrangler Automatic 4 Cylinder.

Oil - 10w30 4 qts, w/ filter change
Coolant - ethalyne glycol (green) nothin fancy 2 gallons will cover it
Transmission fluid - we need to know what trans, manual or auto
Diffrental fluid - 80w90, its hard to get it all out of the bottle so buy 3 for each axle
answers in red, you might as well do your transfer case also 3qts of any auto trans fluid.

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oops, i swear i didn't see auto trans. atf+4 if you pull the pan and change the filter i'd say 5 qts, its been a while since i've done one of those.
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oops, i swear i didn't see auto trans. atf+4 if you pull the pan and change the filter i'd say 5 qts, its been a while since i've done one of those.

actually how much for tranny w/o filter
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Also as for filling the Auto tranny you just fill in thru the dip stick or do these transmissions have a fill hole?
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through the dipstick, don't even bother without the filter. just change it, the filter kit comes with the gasket and they are under 20 bux.
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through the dipstick, don't even bother without the filter. just change it, the filter kit comes with the gasket and they are under 20 bux.
as a honda/acura mechanic I'v ran into many problems after replacing the filter. its all nice and clogged while the oem filter is there, once u take it off IN MY expirences its been bad. I might consider it tho are all filters for yj'
s the same? just curious is parts are interchangle motor internal wise
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naw, change it, in my expereince and everyone i talk to...change it. i've never had a transmission go bad from servicing it, unless it was already acting up anyway. its always better to keep things clean and mantained.

a lot of yj auto trans filters will be the same, i'm not sure if all, i know more about the manual trans than the autos.
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naw, change it, in my expereince and everyone i talk to...change it. i've never had a transmission go bad from servicing it, unless it was already acting up anyway. its always better to keep things clean and mantained.

a lot of yj auto trans filters will be the same, i'm not sure if all, i know more about the manual trans than the autos.
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