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I have a crazy tranny 1989 jeep xj

It is exactly as another user had and was wondering how to find out if one of the solutions fixed it i am pretty sure it is my tps. the other user was

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First, check recall info... Otherwise, I'd have to agree with solution#4 offered on previous transmission you mentioned. TPS is only a ten % chance, especially since you say readings are OK ... Can you manually shift through gears? If so, you may have a sticking shift solenoid (on the valve body) or, if equipped, there may be an internal "glitch" in the shift controller)

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