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Old 05-16-2011, 12:59 PM
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Question What trasmission do I have and how to flush oil?-help

Ok, based on this article Jeep NV3550 Transmission & NP231 Transfer Case Service my drain plug should be 24mm or a 17mm “reverse-head” set up. But unfortunately, when I crawl underneath my transmission, I do not see the fill hole or the drain hole!! I actually have not removed the skid plate; I’m assuming the drain plug will there when I remove the skid plate. The closet to the fill hole/drain hole I see is two large torx srews(passenger side). Is this fill and drain plugs for these models? I cannot find any indication as to what kind on transmission I have. The repair manual is frighteningly unhelpful.
My Jeep: 1989 4.2, 5 Speed and I think I have AX-15 transmission.
https://www.wranglerforum.com/f8/the-yj-guide-68748.html

I can get some pictures if you would like.

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Post #4 has a good picture and description of the transmissions.

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Thanks Nick, I think mine is a BA-10/5 then, because it not as beefy as the AX-15 in the picture. Now, the question is, where is the drain plug and fill holes on these BA-10!
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Thanks Nick, I think mine is a BA-10/5 then, because it not as beefy as the AX-15 in the picture. Now, the question is, where is the drain plug and fill holes on these BA-10!
If it is the ba10 there should be a seam that runs from the t-case to the bell housing. I have an ax5 in my jeep so I'm not sure about the drain plug but I do have another link about the ba5/10 . I hope it helps!

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