The only reason you would use ATF+ instead of the Dexron/Mercon is if you have an automatic and the 2.5 liter four cylinder. The 3 speed auto that came with the 4-cylinder is a Chrysler tranny that uses the ATF stuff.
2000 Sport 4X4 4.0 inline six, AW-4 Automatic, stock
Original Owner 290,000 miles
The aw4 origionally called for DexronII, If you look at the trans drain plug, you will see "dII" stamped into it.
DexronII is no longer around, so it is recommended that you use DexronIII/Mercon. DO NOT USE AFT+4! Your transmission will screw up and youll have to drain ALL the fluid/buy a new trans.
I run my car to get it to operating temp., then check the tranny dipstick to ensure the tranny fluid is at it's proper "hot" level on the stick (while it's running and in "neutral").
Check your User Manual The AW-4 I belive you leave in Park to check the fluid, the 4.0L and the 4 cyl. tranny are a little different in the way you check the fluid (what gear it is at least...)
NAXJA Member #2619
1995 Jeep Sport Cherokee 4x4 with an Auto and 4.0L
B&M Transmission Cooler and Autometer Tranny Temp Gauge, Ruff Stuff Diff Cover on D30.
Taraflex 1.5" BB (rear shackle only), HD Quadratec leaf springs, RE 3.5" front springs, OME Long shocks, JKS Adjustable Track Bar from K.O.R.
Daystar Control Arm Bushings, Bushwhacker Flairs, Rhino lining along bottom trim, AGR PS pump with Cooler & Filter.
Bored TB, APN Manifold, New Downpipe, Magnaflow High Flow Cat, Flowmaster Super 44.
Dual Oil Relocation Kit running two K&N301 size filters, Autometer Digital Cobalt Oil Temp and Oil Pressure Gauge.
Possibly because all licenses to manufacture Dexron III have expired and the oil companies have had to rename the equivalent product due to trademark issues. In some cases, the new product is called "ATF." (Note that ATF and ATF+4 are not the same product.)