Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Likely it hasn't been serviced in a long time. I'd try changing the fluid and checking to see what's in the pan. If filter is plugged up and there is an extrodinary amount of metal or clutch material in there you may need to replace unit (some debris is normal). If fluid change helps, do it again in about 1500 miles. When you drop the pan, you have changed only about half of what's in there. A good additive may also help... I've used one made by Lucas from time to time and it has actually helped, when the unit was gummed jup but not internally worn out.Don't expect anything to remove problem overnight, it took a long time for varnish inside unit to get there!
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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