Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My transmission light came on about a week ago so i've had it in three different shops and no one can figure out the problem... The first time it did it i was goin about 60 m/h and it bucked on me so i thought it was maybe the transmision... i've kinda noticed that if i'm below a quarter of a tank it bucks then dies, but if it has more gas then that it'll just die without the bucking, could this be the fuel pump or have somethin to do with the gas flow?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bucking then dying
Check fuel pressure at fuel rail. If you have not changed the fuel filter in a long time do it (likely needs service anyhow) Before changing pump, check the in-tank pump filter. Trans light and bucking may be unrelated. Either trans is reacting to an engine problem or converter lock up has a problem. Jumping to conclusions may be unproductive. concentrate on shutting down, then go from there.
I can't believe the number of dealers (who are supposed to have all the info) and still can't fix a damn thing! And we wonder why the big 3 are in financial trouble?????
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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