Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When the car is cold it sounds ike the gearbox is slipping but when normal running tempreture is reached it fine i need about 3k in revs to move it sometimes more
Dipstick should be on left side of engine back near firewall. If it sounds like its slipping and does not move till 3K rpms, it is slipping. Low fluid, internal wear or converter draining back into unit when sitting for some time can cause this. If fluid smells burned, change it. If there is a ton of fine metal or non metallic debris in pan, you likely need a rebuild.(there is always some in pan but should not be excessive) Sometimes using a good trans additive/conditioner can extend the service life somewhat but no chemical can replace a worn component.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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