Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My 1997 Jeep Cherokee Limited 5.2 V8 drives great except for when I maintain any speed above forty mph, I get a shutter that seems like a transmission problem. I have looked at several other sites and they say anything from IAC sensor and motor to a tps adjustment or sensor. Another problem I read was a kick down cable that needs adjustment. When I bought the Jeep, the previous owner said he rigged the kickdown cable to make it work because his friend had broken it.
Well the kickdown cable out of adjust ment would only screw up your shifting timing and when the vehicle downshifts when you press the accelerator hard. usually a shudder at cruise speeds 40 mph or higher indicates a torque converter problem or the govenor pressure solenoid and sensor. i personally would start by replaceing the sensor and solenoid and install a new filter
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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