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Old 09-22-2009, 03:06 PM   #1
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Manual Transmission Fluid Change (another one)

If i could get a picture or a diagram of the fill and drain plugs for this task that is all i need.

maybe some crafty work with a picture and the paint program

its an AX-15

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what do you think, it'll take about 30 minutes or so huh..

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does this help?

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the drain plug is located on the bottom closer to rear of transmission.
the fill plug is located on the side about 1/2 way back. on the passenger side
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color me stupid, but I have an 01. is same true? and do I need 3 or 4 qts of syncromesh?
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^^Jgano - Thank You very much this is exactly what i was looking for!
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color me stupid, but I have an 01. is same true? and do I need 3 or 4 qts of syncromesh?
if you have a 2001 manual 4.0L then no. you have the NV3550 transmission.

your trans will take a little more than 2 qts. i've found that what is recommended is mopar part # 0487446, but i have also seen that guys use pennsoil synchromesh and royal purple synchromax.
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I have a 1997 4.0L...Do I have the AX-15 that is pictured?? I think I need to add some fluid.
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How often should the tranny fluid be changed?
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I have a 1997 4.0L...Do I have the AX-15 that is pictured?? I think I need to add some fluid.
Not totally sure which you have, but I know in my 97 the fill plug is actually halfway up on the driver's side, not passenger. It looks the same as in the picture above though.
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my tranny has the fill plug on the passangers side, it isn't not an allen bolt it is a hex head and it has a wire comming off it that goes to a plug, and the drain bolt is a hex head bolt too.

i have a 98, does this sound right? hopefully because i swapped out the fluids and drove it around today with no issues.

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