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Old 11-01-2007, 08:31 PM   #1
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I have a 2002 4.0 sport wrangler auto trans with 56000 miles on it. I got it with 50000 miles on it and I replaced the plugs. What other maintenance should I perform? Is it too late to replace the trans fluid if its never been done? Thanks for the advice.

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If it were me I'd plan to change all the fluids first chance you get. I can't remember what mileage I first change the transmission fluid on my 5spd but it was around 40 or 50k I think

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I didn't get a manual with mine so I'm checking on ebay for one but do ya have a list of them?
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and other basic stuff like air filter, check bolts for proper tightness, check bushings, battery and alternator, stuff like that
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http://www.vintagemusicprojects.com/...ervicemanuals/

then when you get to the links to the pdf files that you want... right click on each one and save as to a directory on your computer
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Old 11-02-2007, 12:04 AM   #6
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http://www.vintagemusicprojects.com/...ervicemanuals/

then when you get to the links to the pdf files that you want... right click on each one and save as to a directory on your computer
Very cool. Thanks dood!

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