1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee "96 transmission" Questions

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...96 5.2 v8...where transmission oil is leaking on 96 5.2 v8...where is most common leak coming from THE MOST COMMON LEAKS ARE THE TRANS FLUID PAN GASKET, THE NEXT IS THE TORQUE CONVERTER FRONT SHAFT ...

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...96 jeep Grand Cherokee started blowing a bunch of White smoke. When I stopped the tire wells on the drivers side were drenched with looked like transmission oil, the front was leaking a bunch of oil ...

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...96 grand cherokee 4.0 crank no start, no spark from coil old or new, has fuel pressure have the crank sensor replaced this controls the spark and injector pulse it is located on the drivers back side ...

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96 JGC 4.0L transmission directly interchange with a 95 JGC 4.0L transmission? Physically they will but you didn't say if auto or stick...Just be sure that any electrical connections and linkage are a

...a 95 JGC 4.0L transmission with a 96 JGC 4.0L transmission? Of course yes. They are the same entirely. Just for some little things that are not issues. Good luck dear. rate this solution,

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...transmission cooler on the '96? All with automatic transmissions have a cooler inside the radiator. If you have a tow package you should also have an additional one installed on the front of the a/c ...

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96 jeep lardeo cant use reverse what can be wrong Have you checked the transmission oil? how does it drive in other gears, if the oil level is ok and drive in other gears is fine then I suspect you ...

...96 transmission work in a 95 jeep cherokee From my research, I believe you can. I would get the tag number, production date of the vehicle and engine size. You can check on car-part.com, they will ...

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Transmission sticking My 96 Jeep has 200,000 miles. The transmission is ocassionally sticking in a low gear when I put it in "drive". Should I consider getting the trany flushed? most people say no to

...from the 94 won't work in a 96. Probably because the 94 was for a Jeep with OBD I and your 96 has OBD II. I checked my used parts site and all that will fit is a transmission from a 96, maybe a

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