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2009 Jeep Liberty shutters when going up hill at highway speeds. Acts as if TPS is not talking to trans, hesitates mostly from overdrive to 3rd gear.

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SOURCE: 02 jeep liberty won't shift into 3rd or 4th gear.

Ratio codes generally indicate a pressure loss & slipping which the computer reads as a gear ratio problem. Likely you need a rebuild.

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: overdrive at highway speeds is jumping in and out of gear

Sounds like your pressure silenoid is going out in the transmission. This controls when the vehicle shifts

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Car hesitates to go into second gear

check transmission fluid if dirty change it and check the level first

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Jeep Liberty won't go over 25mph

Sounds Like your trany went into defalt mode or a"LIMP mode" it's FFM is set to save the trany is somehting failed, and that can be anything from a shorted gorund to the PCM/TCM or as bad as a failed clutch pistion. This isn't an esay fix. Best bet is to look at your AFT fluid id it has sparkaly particles you should start looking for a replacement trany. if your fluid looks fine the only option is to go to a delare b/c they have the tool to talk to the PCM/TCM via computer, and thus they can tell you more.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: trans acts like it is kicking into neautral when it hits 3rd gear and it slips unless you are mashing down on the throttle

you have worn 3rd gear, hate to say it but mine did it in 2nd and had to get a new trans. try pulling your dipstick a smell it to see if it smells burnt or it is black in color

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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When driving down the road should the transmission be in drive or overdrive?


Overdrive.

Unless you're towing something, or maybe if you're going up a hill and the transmission is 'hunting' for the proper gear. You could temporarily pop it out of OD until you get to the top of the hill.

Overdrive will allow the motor to spin more slowly, thus burning less gas.

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Why does my jeep turn off if I don't toggle the overdrive switch enough?


it stalls with foot in the throttle...... really.? try to say what you and car are doing at the od switch flips.. sure moving fast.
but doing what, up hill down, flat, acceleration, decel, or coasting?

ok, this can be real easy.
engine tuned up is 99%
ever heard of scan tool.
connect it, and log data (or person 2 watches) and log DTC and streaming data?
if the Magic relay called ASD drops the the engine stalls (this is its purpose) and if it did the SCAN TOOL tells you why it did.
every time...
asd class 101.:
http://www.fixkick.com/Jeeps/ASD.html

is transmission stuck in 3rd gear, limphome.??
the trans mission will not stall a car. 99%
that is because the clutch has a stall speed.
and slips greatly at idle, say 800rpm is hot idle , so if say the trans solid locked into top gear. and you came NEAR a stop sign, coasting... and braking.. say.....
and as rpm dropped, the clutch will slip and no trans ever stalls the engine.99% unless the engine is super weak and misfiring hard.
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I have a 95 silverado c1500 with 4l60e trans and it wont go into overdrive


overdrive is the fourth gear.D1,D2,D3,D4 now drive truck at 80 kmh
cruise at steady speed no fuel pedal movement, downshift from D4 to D3 you should feel RPM raise .. after push brake pedal a little you should see RPM raise 300 to 400 rpm.
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2000 Chevy Impala 3.8L- While driving at a constant speed the transmission will shutter or flutter between RPM's. If I back off the gas, the shuttering will stop likewise if I step it down, shuttering...


If it does it only at highway speeds...over 40 mph or so....you could have a lock up torque converter issue. (This locks up electrically for overdrive) Dissable the overdrive and see if it will go away. (drive it in 3rd, if you have a 4 speed) (Or tap the brake, this will dissable it also)

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