Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
For the most part, any slipping indicates an internal pressure loss.
If trans has not been recently serviced it may help to change fluid and add a good quality trans conditioner (I have used Lucas additives and have had good luck with them, but I'm sure that there are others out there that work just as well) Be aware though that no chemical can replace or "repair" worn components, and at best, you can prolong service life before rebuild is necessary, if problem is not too severe.
Also, if you have a chrysler 727 trans, you may be able to boost apply pressure a bit. There is an adjustment for this, Again, this will not repair worn components but will help prolong use.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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