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1995 jeep my 1995 jeep cherokee 2.5L pops out of gear when i climb a small hill its a standerd

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Your syncros are worn inside the transmission

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You should activade the OD on your Cherokee if your are hauling a trailer. or if you are in a constant climb.. The OD activated will maintain the transmission in third gear.

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it sounds like your automatic transmission quit his job. How much miles are on the clock? If more than 150.000 and you pulled trailers, climb mountains etc. this will be the first choice. Let the engine idle, push the brakes and check if the car will go in any gear. If this will happen only in reverse gear, your auto trans need to be replaces. You can use a rebuilt auto trans.

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