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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have been to three shops,I'll assume that all the basics have been covered. Did anyone check computer stored codes? What did they see? If you are going to try to fix it yourself, you will need to get a manual and check each and every component, one by one. Also, outside of the realm of computer stuff, check converter to make sure its not partially plugged. At low rpm city driving it may be flowing just enough to get by on. Also check that fuel is clean and has no water in it.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
check to see if front drive shaft is locked in by spinning it by hand, if it is there is a sensor on top of the tranfer case that has the vac lines connected to it. On the bottom of the sensor there is a ball. If the ball gets stuck open the vac stays on and the front end stays engaged no matter if your in 2 or 4. The sensor is like 22 dollars from chrysler.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
On your first problem, I would say the transfer case is gonna need some work if not totally rebuilt. You may try checking the fluid in the transfer case to start with. If it is low, the transfer case could be overheating and causing it to jump out of gear. I would say the damage is already done though. On your second problem, check the sensor in your washer fluid resevior, it has probably gone bad. As for the display not working all the time it is probably going out. The driver information display on the grand cherokees is notoriuos for going bad as they age. After 16 years it is probably going to need to be replaced and they are not cheap. Try a salvage or junk yard first. I also have a 93 Grand Cherokee and I have had to replace the instrument cluster. My speedometer stopped working and then the cluster began blowing the fuse over and over. I went to a salvage yard and found one for 25 bucks. Unfortunately, there are no easy solutions to the problems your are having. Good luck to ya. Hopefully you get everything situated. Jeeps are great vehicles to own and they will stand the test of time with the proper maintenance and and a little TLC.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
I had a similar issue on a grand cherokee '98 4.0L, and it was because the gearbox was overheating due to old oil and the fact that is was low on oil. Change gearbox oil and the filter inside the gearbox checked the two band tension and adjusted them and all was ok. the oil should be red or a dark pink. It would point more to this being the poblem if when it does change gear, the gear changes seam slow or slugish or change happens at higher engine revs. You may be able to get a fault code from ecu, by turning ign. to acc then on then off then on then off then on then off then off hen on again (code is displayed instead of odomitor reading as PXXXX or POXXXX). This could point you i one or more directions if oil seem to be correct.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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