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automatic? trans, mines a 6speed, and has a clutch.
my guess is yes,
my A/T will not change gears,
all gears slip? (slip , flare or?)
or wont move at all. the car?????
or is stuck in1st gear in drive.?
or wont move in reverse. why not tell full story on so complex a device. super complex it is.
wont up shift , wont down shift
check fuses first.
then scan the PCM, it will tell you errors, called DTCs
use a real scan tool that can scan 2010 Jeeps. (factory codes !!!)
not some autozoned junk.
id bet there is a code, for sure.
even a broken shifter switch, or?
I will bet it grinds when you try to engage first or reverse. When this happened on my car, I adjusted the clutch and it improved. You need about a half inch of free play when you first touch the pedal with your foot. If you have a slave cylinder, (hydraulic clutch). You may need to bleed the system. With air in the system, you can't get enough clutch to fully disengage the trans from the motor.(Clutch and pressure plate) It's like you only pushed down half way on the pedal. If it's not hydraulic, it should be adjusted with wrenches. If clutch is fine, It could be a loose shift linkage. It would seem extra sloppy when moving shifter, It would just not go in gear, with out the grinding.Hope this helps. lbreen
Your clutch is not disengaging. If it a hydrolic clutch chk. the fluid in resavor, Or slave cyl. for the clutch is bad, Or it has got air in it and needs to be bleed. This is a clutch problem, nothing wrong with trans. If its a manual clutch linkage its an ajustment thing. My best guess if its hydrolic slave cyl. went bad, or resavor is out of fluid.
Check the cable operation with the vehicle off, wheels blocked, by having an assistant depress clutch pedal while under the vehicle. If everything appears to be functioning normally, then there may be an internal transmission problem. Does the Jeep hold itself if it is placed in gear, park brake off? Can it be moved while in this state? If it does hold, you may simply have a stretched cable, or a broken or damaged quadrant. The quadrant mounts to the firewall of the vehicle, just in front of the driver, under the dash. This is where the cable connects. Check this, and let me know if it does or doesn't help.