its a closed system, no cap. Add fluid to the plastic container. You can convert to an open system, but that's not cheap.
Hello Make sure that everything is clean where the shifter meets the transmission. You may have worn bushings in the arms, or changing the gear oil and putting some Lucas trans additive (for standard trans) may help. A mechanical repair may be the only way to fix it.
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you cant use the stock 4 or 5 speed tranny out of a jeep with ANY V8 motor, it just wont hold up to the HP or torque increase. you need to get one that's mated for that specific engine
First remove the black battery cable from the battery then remove the red cable. If you need to locate the starter follow the red cable to it. Once you have located the starter there may be two or three wires/ cables to remove. Don't lose any nuts or washers. Once these have been disconnected and moved out of the way there are usually about two bolts or nuts or a combination of both that hold the starter in place. remove these. Then you will need to pull the starter out, be sure to watch for any metal shims that might be between the starter and the mount. These will need to be put back in place if there are any. Install in reverse order.