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2004 Jeep Wrangler Automatic Transmission

2004 Jeep Wrangler Automatic Transmission

The automatic transmission is a critical component in the functioning of a 2004 Jeep Wrangler. To change this component, you must first remove the top cover. You will need to unscrew the oil filter and then uninstall it. Next, remove the old ATF pan and replace it with the new ATF pan. Remember that the capacities of the ATF are only approximate. Check the fluid levels in accordance with the manual to ensure proper operation.

The four-speed automatic transmission was installed in the Wrangler in 2001. The automatic transmission was the first to be fitted in the Wrangler. The AX-15 was the first automatic transmission in the Wrangler. The AX-45 was its beefier counterpart. It was used from 1989 to 1999. The 42RLE is the medium-duty overdrive 4-speed auto transmission in the 2004 Jeep Wrangler.

The A904. This automatic transmission was the first to be used in the Jeep Wrangler. The 30RH is similar to the A904 and features an aluminum case. This light-duty 5-speed manual transmission is similar to the AX-5 and features five forward and one overdrive gear. Compared to the A9004, the 30RH has a lower output torque. The AX-5 was the light-duty manual trans in Wranglers for nearly 20 years.

The TJ Wrangler's trim level is the lowest-priced Wrangler. The Wrangler X's interior features cloth upholstery and a fold-down rear seat. Full carpeting covers the cargo area, wheel housings, and cargo area. The Wrangler X also comes standard with an AM/FM/CD stereo and a digital clock. A full-size spare tire and a set of jacks is included in this trim.

The AX5 was a light-duty five-speed manual transmission in the Wrangler for almost two decades. The AX5 had four forward gears and an overdrive gear in the Wrangler. Its predecessor, the AX-F, had the same name, was the AX-4. The AX-5 is the AX-AX-15. The AX-5 was the standard five-speed Wrangler manual transmission.

A Wrangler X features a 4.0L "Power-Tech" Inline Six-Cylinder engine and a single-disc CD player. The Wrangler X has a redesigned audio system with a six-disc in-dash CD changer, replacing the previous remote-mounted unit. Sirius Satellite Radio was also introduced on the Wrangler X.

In order to maintain the fluid level of the automatic transmission, you must first check the fluid level of the AT. The level of the fluid in the AT should be at least three ounces. If the level of the automatic transmission fluid is too low, it means the fluid leak is causing the vehicle to shift gears more slowly than it should. If you notice any of these problems, it is time to have the AT replaced.

2004 Jeep Wrangler Automatic Transmission