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My 1999 Jeep grand Cherokee limited with 75K and a brand new 247 transfer case still has a major problem when making sharp left or right turns. It chatters terribly. WHAt do I try next?

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SOURCE: Jeep grand cherokee 247 Transfer case Interchange ?

if the shifter is the same and they have the same front driveshaft then yes

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SOURCE: Transfer Case Lubricant for 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

that would be 80w90 for the differentual, for the gearbox it is 75w90 this is for a manual gearbox, and no do not use auto fluid in a manual box, it is way way thinner and your box would possibly last 2 to 3 days before you would be purchasing a new one, hope this helps

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SOURCE: help finding a transfer case for 99 Jeep grand

Any reputable salvage yard should be able to locate a used one, if however you are looking for a reman with a great warranty, check with Jasper.

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SOURCE: jeep grand cherokee limited transfer case fluid type

what is the question.?
snarky answer "we give you permission" hehe
but my guess, is what fluid is it? that it/,
i presume you see the 2 plugs. there. fill and drain>?
always remove fill plug first. (if cant stop, do not drain it)
242 and 247 have different fluid capacity.
3pints and 2.5 pints respectively
the operators guide tells gear lube used there.
chapter on 242, example.
Dextron II is not correct in 2016, only DEXron VI. (newest grades are always best )
do not mix them, drain and fill with only one class of lube. 100%

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Jeep grand cherokee limited transfer case fluid type


what is the question.?
snarky answer "we give you permission" hehe
but my guess, is what fluid is it? that it/,
i presume you see the 2 plugs. there. fill and drain>?
always remove fill plug first. (if cant stop, do not drain it)
242 and 247 have different fluid capacity.
3pints and 2.5 pints respectively
the operators guide tells gear lube used there.
chapter on 242, example.
Dextron II is not correct in 2016, only DEXron VI. (newest grades are always best )
do not mix them, drain and fill with only one class of lube. 100%

26216550-vrrai0pdigppie355bpmpsd4-1-1.jpg

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A bit more information would be handy. If it is only a how to check the T-case fluid then its simple: just remove the upper (fill) plug on the aft side of the T-case housing. The fluid should be at the top of the hole or even spill out a bit. The jeep should be on level ground to do this check right. Which fluid it eventual needs depends on which T-case it has.

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Any reputable salvage yard should be able to locate a used one, if however you are looking for a reman with a great warranty, check with Jasper.

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that would be 80w90 for the differentual, for the gearbox it is 75w90 this is for a manual gearbox, and no do not use auto fluid in a manual box, it is way way thinner and your box would possibly last 2 to 3 days before you would be purchasing a new one, hope this helps

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if the shifter is the same and they have the same front driveshaft then yes

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