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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your overdrive should kick in at about 45mph, pretty much at or about 2000rpm. To see if it engaged, lightly touch the brake pedal and it will disengage.It should also disengage when you mash the pedal down to go into passing gear, and re-engage when conditions "normalize" again. You can tell that it has engaged because the tach will drop a few hundred rpms. If it's not doing this, a simple trans oil change (with filter) may correct the problem. OD is activated by a shift solenoid on the valve body that may be a bit gummed up.
95's show a shift control module on some diagrams I've seen, but not on others. I read this as a possible "half-year change" So you may or not have one. If you do, I'd check that as well!
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: 1995 jeep laredo suspension swap
If both vehicles are Grand Cherokee's a lot of the components will fit. Some of them are not worth putting used items on because they may already be worn out. The mounting of control arms are virtually the same. The front axle on the 2wd looks like a gutted out 4wd axle. The most common issues with that suspension is the "Trac Bar" and "Steering Stabilizer". Those usually last 60k to 90k unless you take it off-road then 30k. The trac bar is the bar that hooks from the housing over to the frame, side to side. The stabilizer looks like a shock attached to the steering linkage.
Good luck, I hope this was helpful?
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
lift rubber edges and apply clear silicon sealant under edges let cure hose with water to test, if leak then seal edges of glass with eurothane sealant, not silicon will rot in sun within year
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
The circuits you mention should be grounded to the battery through the main harness. The battery should be grounded to the engine at or close to the alternator, then the engine should be grounded to the frame then the body. Look for braided metal wiring.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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