Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
It feels as if it's in a lower gear somehow.
Thinking our snow tires were old, we put on 4 new tires...and steadily increased the air in them to about 37 pounds cold.
We bought this Jeep new
in 2000 but have only recently noticed the problem which appeared at about 100K miles. We now have 108K miles on the car, and this is almost our first repair.
We live in snow country in Colorado where Jeeps regularly appear in the newspaper for sale...but no one ever sells a 2000 Grand Cherokee; they're the best.
Try changing the transmission fluid, or lifting your foot off the pedal and reapplying like u would if u had a clutch to get it to force shift.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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