Question about 2005 Jeep Wrangler
Drove home today, parked, went out to go back to school, gears actually sort of slide...unbelievable...never driven hard at all....will not go into gear
Hope this helps - I had same problem, shift lever moving but transmission not engaging. Turned out the shift cable had slipped off the transmission shift lever on the front upper left side of the transmission Looks like cheap plastic retainer was used, based on what is left on the lever, going to jeep tomorrow to get part so I can reattach cable. Part worth 50 cents, but will most like cost me 10 bucks Anyone want to buy a low mile "cherry" wrangler I am p---ed Political statement follows - They want us to bail them out again so they can deliver more high priced shoddy vehicles Plastic on critical parts are for toys
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
Trans fluid is full right? If it's full, when was the last time trans oil was changed? NEVER go by manufacturers interval they couldn't care less if your trans dies. Change fluid every 25K. It's way cheaper than a new unit. If you read manual, "severe service" is just about anything more than sitting in your garage!!
About slipping...if unit is full and change does not help, you need a rebuild. Only trust a reputable shop to do this. Ask people you know before turning it over to just anyone! It's a machine...sometimes even with the best care they break. If it broke get the best people to fix it.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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