Transmition does not want to stop moving when brakes applied
When I am stopping. Periodically the Jeep will want to keep moving when I try to stop. If I continue to make the car stop the engine will cut out when I quit moving. I have gotten in the habit of putting it in neutral when this happens so it does not cut out. Is that good for it? Does this mean my transmission is going out shortly or just needs some tweaking?
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Re: Transmition does not want to stop moving when brakes...
Likely the overdrive portion of your torque converter has failed and is not unlocking. A trans shop can tell you lif this is a control solenoid or converter problem. Yes, it is not good for the transmission.
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SEQUENCE ACTIVATED BY THE PARKING BRAKE . 1. While engine is running (key in ignition switch), apply the brakes and hold the pedal down. 2. Move gearshift lever to neutral. 3. Apply the parking brake Once Twice Note: The system can be set - at time of installation - to require that the parking brake be applied once or twice. If set for two actuations, pause one second between the two. 4. Remove key from ignition (the system keeps the engine running). 5. Exit the vehicle. 6. Within 60 seconds, close all doors. 7. The system will stop the engine and blink the parking brakes once to confirm the sequence is valid (vehicle is ready for a remote start command). SEQUENCE ACTIVATED BY THE REMOTE CONTROL 1. While engine is running (key in ignition switch), apply the brakes and hold the pedal down. 2. Move gearshift lever to neutral. 3. Apply parking brake. 4. Send the start command (Model 801 & 2101 - Model 903 ). 5. Remove key from ignition (the system keeps the engine running). 6. Exit the vehicle. 7. Using the remote, send the STOP command. The system will stop the engine and parking lights will blink once to confirm that the sequence is valid (vehicle is ready for a remote start command). http://www.astrostart.com/Support/Guides.aspx
could be engine/gearbox mounts worn out allowing transmition to move about.also exhaust pipe touching chassis.....any good....ask a friend to sit in back with a long handle screwdriver touching his/her? ear (or use a stethoscope)to try and locate noise.......
This year jeep has an anti lock brake system that can only be bleed by the dealer..I spent a weekend trying to bleed the system then took it to a friends garage and he put his $6000 tool to bleed this and it never worked so we limped up the road to the dealer and just paid them to bleed the system,,This is all over the internet because repair shops want to sue because it MUST be fixed at the dealer
check for vacum leaks using a spray bottle of water
when the idle frops you found it
if water wont work try starting fluid or carb cleaner
if useing these the idle may increase
when you find it
replace/repair the hose and see if its still happending
could also be a combination of things
idle speed control motor
idle air control motor
mass air flow sensor
My 2000 Grand Cherokee had the same problem, without all the sputtering, it would just die approaching a stop. We could only keep it running by slightly pushing down on the gas petal when coming to a stop. I replaced the Throttle Position Sensor, but that didn't change anything. A new mechanic I found replaced the Idle Air Control Valve, and we've had no problems in a week.