|03-07-2008 01:09 AM|
|tobycat1||Take it to an oil stop, and have them do it, its cheap and takes 5 min.|
|03-06-2008 07:02 PM|
|03-06-2008 06:56 PM|
|64panhead||how is a drain plug useless. it makes a filter change a lot cleaner when you can just pull a plug drain the oil and pull the pan without oil going which ever way the pan is dropping. especialy if it tilts and goes onto the trany skid plate. all the high capacity trans oil pans come with drain plugs and most of the import manufactures have had drain plugs in them for years.|
|03-06-2008 06:41 PM|
|nicolas-eric||why a drain plug? itīs useless. you have to change the filter every time you change the fluid. for that you MUST open the oil pan.|
|03-06-2008 06:40 PM|
|64panhead||if you have a drill you can get a kit to put a drain plug in it or you can do what i did and drill a hole in the pan and weld a 1/2-20 nut to it and get a matching thread replacement engine oil drain plug. i love my auto. ask if you have any other questions|
|03-06-2008 01:44 PM|
|nicolas-eric||iīll send you another PM in about half an hour...|
|03-06-2008 01:37 PM|
|dj_chizzle||thanks man. super informative. i'll be looking to pick up one of those repair manuals for sure if i'm gonna be working on it more.|
|03-06-2008 01:10 PM|
it has no drain plug. you have toremove the oil pan to drain the tranny.
iīll send you a PM with a write-up.
|03-06-2008 01:08 PM|
|03-06-2008 01:03 PM|
|nicolas-eric||if itīs a 2004 TJ it has the 4-spd auto tranny with O/D. itīs called 42RLE.|
|03-06-2008 12:56 PM|
Auto transmission question
i have an '04 with an automatic and am looking into doing some of my own basic maintenance such as changing the transmission fluid. what i was curious about was what kind of transmission do i have? i've seen AX-15 & NV3550 thrown around but don't know which applies to mine.