Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When you drive a few miles it starts to **** I thought it was the rear end so I rebuilt it and it did not help I drove the vehicle and it started doing the same thing again it acts like the brake is on then off like it catches and releases when it does it you can pull over and put in park and it still kinda jerks a little you sitting still and it feels like it wants to go then it stops tranny shifts through the gears good any help would be appreciated
Setting up a differential is not just bolting in new parts...it requires setting gear lash, bearing pre-load etc. Assuming you did all this, have you checked the transfer case? an internal coupling failure will give you similar symptoms. What did you find wrong with the differential? Is the rear diff the same EXACT ratio as the front? Do you have the exact same size tires front & back? Did you check the obvious, such as the condition of all universal joints? I can't see from here so I have to ask these questions... Also...did you check the brakes to make sure that a hose has not collapsed and is causing brake not to fully release?
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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