Question about 2007 Jeep Liberty Sport
Auto trans. somewhat hard to move thru gears
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
likely the shift rails are worn inside the trans. In changing shift, you have removed the wear on the end of the stick, but not the corresponding wear where the stick fits into. It will need to be taken apart to repair this. (would not hurt to have synchros replaced at the same time.) OR, replace transmission if you have an inexpensive one available.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Check all your hydraulic connections for seepage . If you find nothing leaking, check where the rod goes into the master cylinder under the dashboard...If still nothing, I'd change the master cyl, as it is likely internally bypassing and permitting the clutch to release. PS it takesa a special "touch" to shift gears without using the clutch, if you cannot do that don't drive it Till you get it fixed...you will damage synchros and will need to have trans removed and rebuilt. $$$you don't want to spend!!!
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
The Transmission Control Module also turns on the check engine light. However the parts store won't be able to read these codes since all they read are the Engine DTC's. More then likely your codes will come back to a Governor Pressure Sensor and/or Switch. If they do then remove the pan and replace both of those. Simple fix, should be able to be done in about an hour or so. Might as well go ahead and slap a speed sensor in while you're under there. Should be able to do it yourself for less then $200.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
Get the clutch slave cylinder and master cylinder looked at.One of the 2 has failed.If the pedal goes to the floor or is very loose,this is very likely the cause.Not an expensive fix.Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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