1987-2011 Jeep Wrangler JK, TJ, YJ

Wrangler fluid capacities vary depending on the year and model. Here you can easily determine your Jeep Wrangler JK oil capacity, or the manual transmission fluid type and volume you need to refresh your reservoir. Keep your Jeep well-serviced with the proper types and limits for engine oil, the cooling system, and manual or automatic transmission. Also refer to the chart for transfer case capacities and axle lubes. Whether you’re trying to determine the right transfer case fluid for your 2007 JK, or a TJ 2000 Jeep Wrangler transmission fluid capacity, the reference chart will quickly assist you. 

Wrangler Fluid Capacities

Engine Oil (w/ filter)

Cooling System

Manual Transmission

Automatic Transmission

2.4L 4 quarts 10W-30
2.5L 4 quarts 10W-30
4.0L 6 quarts 10W-30
2.4L 9 quarts
2.5L 9 quarts
4.0L 10.5 quarts
AX-5 3.3 quarts
AX-15 3.25 quarts
NV-1500 4.8 pints
NV-3500 4.2 pints
NSG-370 3.17 pints
32RH 17.1 pints
30RH 7 quarts
42RLE 4 quarts

Transfer Case

D-30 axle

D-35 axle

D-44 axle front & rear

NV-231 2.2 pints ATF+ or Dexron II
(Rubicon) NV-241 4.2 pints ATF+4
Gear lube 2.5 pints GL-5
80W-90 or 75W-140 synthetic
Gear lube 3.5 pints GL-5
80W-90 or 75W-140 synthetic
Gear lube 4.0 pints GL-5
80W-90 or 75W-140 synthetic,
Rubicon - 75W-140 synthetic
w/trac-lok add 4.0oz of Limitied Slip Additive.

Maintaining the fluid capacities of your Jeep Wrangler JK, TJ or YJ can help defer costly Jeep parts replacements and help prolong the life of your Jeep. At Morris 4x4 Center, we understand the importance of good maintenence and have all the parts and accessories to keep your Jeep running for years to come.

 

 

 


*The above fluid volumes are based on using Chrysler brand fluids as recommended by the factory


Additional comments provided by Morris 4x4 Center.


Courtesy of Craig Jaros