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SOURCE: 2003 Grand Cherokee Laredo turns off when put on reverse.

Throttle Possition Sensor is the usual issue for your concern

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SOURCE: noisy shifting

I'm wondering if what you are hearing is the driveshaft universal joints. If they are worn they will 'clunk' every time you put the vehicle in gear. Block all wheels to check, put vehicle in neutral, NOT running, crawl under and move the driveshaft back and forth while watching the front then rear u-joint. It should be obvious if there is 'slop' or 'play' in them, which would indicate they need to be replaced.

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 6 cyl. no reverse

if you cant rebuild then off to the tranny shop

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SOURCE: My 2003 Jeep grand cherokee will not move in reverse

I'm gonna try this one from memory( but you should really should use the repair manual)Sounds like the output shaft ,ideler gear or reverse gear is worn. This repair is gonna involve a tranny tear down. I suggest you have it serviced by an ASE Certified Transmission Technician. They will get it right the first time.

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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if you wiggle the shifter does it sometimes good>?

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Try taking off the shift mechanism and change gears with someone sitting in the vehicle and also with their foot on the brake. See if it shifts then,. If not - you will need to take the trans pan off and check it physically.
Dropping the pan and changing the filter will allow you see more and if not - see if you can get a deal by removing the transmission and putting it back in.
Sadly sounds like reverse took a turn for the worse - no matter how few miles.
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I have a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 6 cyl. no reverse


if you cant rebuild then off to the tranny shop

Jan 06, 2010 | 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2001 jeep grand cherokee wont reverse in


This could be an issue with the shift solenoid , but can also be caused by low fluid due to a leak, check your fluid. Is there a check engine light on, if there is it could be a solenoid issue.

Aug 26, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Noisy shifting


I'm wondering if what you are hearing is the driveshaft universal joints. If they are worn they will 'clunk' every time you put the vehicle in gear. Block all wheels to check, put vehicle in neutral, NOT running, crawl under and move the driveshaft back and forth while watching the front then rear u-joint. It should be obvious if there is 'slop' or 'play' in them, which would indicate they need to be replaced.

Aug 11, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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2003 Grand Cherokee Laredo turns off when put on reverse.


Throttle Possition Sensor is the usual issue for your concern

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Turn Signals Won't Work 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee


hi roberto
its probably the small copper contacts in the plastic unit that encompasses the steering column this can be purchased and refitted quite easily by removing the steering wheel,removing the securing screws unplugging the electrical loom plug and slipping over the steering column. replace new unit in reverse . probably caused by over-exadurated movement of the signalling lever

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