Question about 1992 Jeep Cherokee Briarwood
It seems fine going around 25 mph to 35 mph but when I get to a hill or try to go higher than this there is no power and also there is a noise in the vicinity of behind the passenger glove box. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you Heidi
Alot of transmissions run a small vaccum shifter. IF you are up to it, crawl under the jeep and look at the side of the tranny (should be the right side of the car, right above the tranny pan you will see it. its only 2-3 inches in diameter There is also a vacuum line running to it about 1/8th inch rubber line. Its either off or broke near the vacuum shifter.
Hope this helps, Goodluck.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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