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Chrysler calls for different fluids

I bought a 2011 WK2, it came with a manual and I also downloaded the pdf.
In the manual it calls for ATF+4 for the Transfer Case (3023) and power steering.
The latest manual I downloaded calls for ATF 3353 for the transfer case and CHF11 for the power steering.
What do I do? Stay with the original, mix'em up, replace the original with the new?
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Re: Chrysler calls for different fluids

What's the VIN
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Re: Chrysler calls for different fluids

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What's the VIN
1J4RR4GG2BC5346xx

For example, the power steering fluid used to be ATF+4.
Do I continue adding ATF+4, mix it with the new or replace the ATF+4 completely?
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I bought a 2011 WK2, it came with a manual and I also downloaded the pdf.
In the manual it calls for ATF+4 for the Transfer Case (3023) and power steering.
The latest manual I downloaded calls for ATF 3353 for the transfer case and CHF11 for the power steering.
What do I do? Stay with the original, mix'em up, replace the original with the new?
ATF+4 for the MP3023 (ATF 3353 for the MP2010).

Power steering Belt pump (early 3.6L 2011 builds) MOPAR Power Steering Fluid +4.

Power steering Electric pump (later 3.6L 2011 builds) MOPAR Hydraulic Power Steering Fluid meeting MS-11655.
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ATF+4 for the MP3023 (ATF 3353 for the MP2010).

Power steering Belt pump (early 3.6L 2011 builds) MOPAR Power Steering Fluid +4.

Power steering Electric pump (later 3.6L 2011 builds) MOPAR Hydraulic Power Steering Fluid meeting MS-11655.
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Re: Chrysler calls for different fluids

Similar to a question I asked in another post how about the fluid in the Axles. Some reference 75W-85 and some say 75W-140. I have a v6 limited. Which is correct?? Are the owners manuals wrong??
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Similar to a question I asked in another post how about the fluid in the Axles. Some reference 75W-85 and some say 75W-140. I have a v6 limited. Which is correct?? Are the owners manuals wrong??
75W-85.

From the latest Factory Service Manuals:

http://www.wk2jeeps.com/pdf/2011_wk_fluid_specs.pdf

http://www.wk2jeeps.com/pdf/2012_wk_fluid_specs.pdf

http://www.wk2jeeps.com/pdf/2013_wk_fluid_specs.pdf
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Re: Chrysler calls for different fluids


Nice, only one problem. I'd like to download these files from Jeep. They don't agree 100% with the manual and I would not want to void the warranty by going against the manual.
Thanks for posting them, great reference, I hope we can find a Chrysler site with these files, they make more sense than the manual.
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Re: Chrysler calls for different fluids

If you look at the footer, these are from Chrysler Dealer Connect..

https://w05.dealerconnect.chrysler.com

I believe you would need a dealer I'd to access the site.
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Nice, only one problem. I'd like to download these files from Jeep. They don't agree 100% with the manual and I would not want to void the warranty by going against the manual.
Thanks for posting them, great reference, I hope we can find a Chrysler site with these files, they make more sense than the manual.
As Bill noted, these are official files from Chrysler, from the Factory Service Manuals.
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If its from Milous its OFFICIAL!!!!!!!!!!
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If its from Milous its OFFICIAL!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks to all, I didn't see anything official. This info makes more sense than the manual. I'll use it.
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