Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I own a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, 3 months ago I was told I had a small pinhole in my radiator, never got it looked at or fixed, now my oil pressure gage has shot up to "H" (High) and the jeep will stay in first gear until I rev up the rpms to 4 then will it switch gears and go on driving just fine (I only have to do this when the jeep is first started up or I come to a stop sign or stop light). I have been told it is the throdle sensor or vaccum hose or the (3) cilinders in the transmission need to be replaced. I have been quoted anywhere from $50 to $1500.00 to fix the problem, need help please!!!!!
It would cost less to replace the transmission than to have that one rebuilt shop around and see if you cant find a trans for it and have someone put it in for you
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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