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Overdrive Problem My 93 Jeep Cherokee will not shift in to overdrive so where is the Transmission overdrive solenoid on a 93 Cherokee

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    WI LL NOT SHIFT TO OVERDRIVE WHEN WARM

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Inside the transmission...i doubt u could repair it yourself....

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My 2001 jeep grand cherokee wont shift into 4th it only goes to third what would cause the 4th gear to not engage


There are several things that could cause that.
> Replacement transmission not equipped with overdrive
> Overdrive solenoid in replacement transmission defective
> Overdrive control circuits damaged or loose pins or connections.
> Gear shift linkage or cable out of adjustment
> Transmission range sensor malfunction or out of adjustment

Since you have a computer-controlled transmission, it would be better to ask the onboard computer that question....you will probably get a much more definitive answer.

Apr 18, 2012 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do I change shifting cylinoid A in the trans of my 2000 jeep grand cherokee?


If you have the 4.0 engine the "shift solenoid" is for overdrive and also one for tcc ingagement.There is however a govenor pressure solenoid and sensor that will affect shifting.If you have a v-8 engine then you have a solenoid block that contains all 6 solenoids for the transmission in one package and is mounted on the top of valve body inside the transmission.If you can tell me what the diagnostic codes and symptoms are I may can help you fix it without buying expensive parts you dont need.

Apr 13, 2011 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Po783 code shift in overdrive shakes


Overdrive solenoid has needs to be replaced. It is in the transmission, but is visible when you drop the transmission pan.
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Mar 23, 2011 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do I locate the transmission shift soleniod. I this a promlem I can fix? Can I get to it without dropping the transmission. Ihave access to an auto shop, or should I take it to a transmission shop?


Its located inside the trans and need to open the drain plug on the transmission oil pan with a socket and drain the oil into a drain pan, then need to remove the bolts that secure the transmission oil pan to the transmission.

Now could you to remove the bolt that holds the transmission dipstick bracket to the bell housing with a socket. You can locate the bolt from the engine compartment. Place a scraper between the transmission pan and the bottom of the transmission and break the seal loose so you can remove the pan.

Remove the defective solenoid by removing the bolt that secures the solenoid to the harness. Three solenoids control the shifting on the Jeep. All have white and yellow wiring harnesses connected to them. The solenoid to the left (towards the Cherokee's engine) controls shifting "overdrive." The solenoid in the middle controls shifts between second and third gear. The third solenoid, closest to the rear of the Cherokee, controls shifts between first and second and between third and fourth. If you know which gear your transmission is stuck in, replace the solenoid that corresponds with that gear. If you are not sure, remove all three. Additionald etalis can find in this link: Jeep Secc-21S-Automatic-Transmission-42RE

Why you askw about this? Has some symthom or fault code there?

Feb 10, 2011 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 1999 grand cherokee. The check engine light came on with a P1768 code. If I keep the trans in the "drive" position and start off, it feels like the transmission is in 3rd gear. No...


Hi, Your like your jeep is in limp in mode, this is to keep you from burning up transmission and to get you some were off the road, the p1768 code means A/T Transmission Relay Output Always Off. This should be checked out by your local shop or dealer. but you should make sure that the fluid level is correct, if to low there is not enough fluid pressure for the solenoid's to engage the relays. Hope this can help you out. If i can help you anymore fell free to re post.
Thanks dodge tec

Jan 01, 2011 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee transmission slips in overdrive


sounds like a possible shift solenoid. If it's due for a fluid change, do that and add a container of lucas trans conditioner. Likely you have a drain plug on the pan so if the fluid was recently serviced, just drain a quart out and replace with the additive, then top off.
If the condition does not change within a week, likely you will need better diagnosis from a reputable trans shop.

Jun 03, 2010 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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1998 jeep cherokee,has a sluggish pick up.


Jeeps have electric solenoids inside the transmission, (shift solenoids) I would have the jeep tested at the advance auto or autozone for codes if the check engine light is on; (its free) and go from there. sounds like the jeep may be in limp mode which chrysler created to protect the transmission. limp mode will not allow the jeep to shift all the way up to overdrive or shift all the way down to 1st shifting position. feels like it has to get going over25 to move well . AAMCO transmissions will diagnose your jeep for free in most states.

Sep 17, 2009 | 1998 Jeep Cherokee

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When the 93'(6cyl)jeep is in drive it won't move unless I give it a lot of gas but if I put it in reverse it moves by itself w/out me adding any gas. In drive mode it seems like I'm driving w/the break on,...


It sounds like you have lost first gear in your transmission. I have a 93 Grand Cherokee and recently suffered the same problem. The problem is most likely in the transmission valve body. You should stop driving the vehicle immediately to prevent doing more damage to the rest of the transmission. Sounds like you will most likely need a rebuild

Jun 09, 2009 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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1995 jeep grand cherokee transmission does not shift and at times


Replace the Transmissions Control Module (TCM) that mounts on the driver's side firewall. I have had to do this twice with mine. Glad the TCM was under warranty.

Mar 08, 2009 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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