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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

you can add a dipstick............the other thing you will need tio check it properly is something like a dashhawk. you need to know the temp/level based on saome table.

ill search for the dipstick part number later .
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Old 03-26-2010, 12:43 PM
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

I think it's special tool "Oil Dipstick 9336" - this is for the NAG1 transmission. Available online at a variety of places for ~50 dollars.

Weird that they don't come with a dipstick! WTF!
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Old 03-26-2010, 01:27 PM
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

Wow thanks guys. I was confused why it didn't come with one. Any good websites to go to to get one?
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

I'm not sure if any of these places are reputable. Might be easier to go to the dealer and ask them to prove to you the oil level is right. Although it would be handy to have the stick....

http://www.google.com/products?hl=en...-8&sa=N&tab=wf
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

Thanks bro. I looked on one of those sites and it says Jeep Grand Cherokee 07+... Now the 05-06 have the same tranny correct??
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

Good catch. I'd assume that to be true, but my assumptions always let me down

I pulled that tool number from the 2007 WK service manual. I'm not familiar enough with the years/versions of the WK to answer that question. I know someone here is tho.

Question for you: Can you describe the sluggish shifting? Is it when you go from R to D? or is it when the transmission shifts from 1-2-3-4 etc?
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It happens only after I first start driving... after its warm, it seems to never happen. When i am coasting from second gear to a stop... almost stop (rolling stop) and then hit the gas to accelerate again it seems to hesitate. the RPM's will go up to around 2000 and then it will kick into gear. Its not a clunk or anything it just seems sluggish. I never have any hard shifts or serious clunking and it shift great from P to R to N to D and then it shifts fine from 1-2-3-4.

i hope that makes sense.
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

Ya, I bet you're just a little low on transmission fluid. It doesn't sound like the electrical contacts in the bezel would cause that behavior. Weird they diagnosed it like that.
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

thats what i feel the problem is. They said there was a code that came up when they plugged in the scan tool. they insisted that I had to have a check engine light on... i think they are just trying to screw me on almost a grand worth of work. Im going to try and have the fluid checked next week
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thats what i feel the problem is. They said there was a code that came up when they plugged in the scan tool. they insisted that I had to have a check engine light on... i think they are just trying to screw me on almost a grand worth of work. Im going to try and have the fluid checked next week
Ask them what the code number was... also ask them why they did a transmission flush, something that the factory does not recommend.
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

I thought a tranny flush was recommended at every 30,000 mile interval. I had clocked 60k so I had the tranny flushed. The factory doesn't recommend this? They couldn't give me a code number yesterday because the service advisor didn't put it in the notes and she doesn't even remember seeing my jeep. I think she has lost her mind!
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Re: NEED Part # 68004143AF ASAP

Well, they recommend a fluid/filter change but not a "flush". The flush forces solvents through the system at a high pressure. It isn't a manuf recommended service item.

http://autotechrepair.suite101.com/article.cfm/040206

Any word back on your issues?
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