AW4 Fluid Capacity
I need to try to correct a problem with the transmission on my 98 XJ. I've got a Check Engine light on, and it keeps reading the Transmission Shift Module when I get it checked. This morning on my way to work, the transmission would not shift into overdrive (never had this problem before). Before I spend hundreds of dollars trying to correct this, I'm going to try the cheap method first. When I check my transmission fluid level, I cannot ever get a good reading when it's at operating temperature. I'm concerned about the fluid level being the cause, as I've got a leak in one of the transmission cooling lines (yes, I know, replace the line). What I want to do is drain the transmission tonight, and then refill with the proper level of transmission fluid, and see if that makes it work.
What I need to know, is what is the proper amount of transmission fluid to add, after draining the transmission (only puling the drain plug, not dropping the pan and replacing the filter)? Or, if there is something else I missing,please let me know what to check, or what to do. Thanks!
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Chili Pepper Red 1998 Jeep Cherokee Classic