Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When my spedometer jumps it wants to take off in a high gear
Here even the odometer must also be showing incorrect mileage(actual distance) which if lower than the correct distance means that since the jeep is 96 model it must still be having a cable with one end attached to the non-power wheel drum. That end of the cable is supposed to be square shaped. When the corners get worn out due to normal wear & tear, it starts slipping. This results in a very jumpy display of the indicator in the speedometer. So if mechanical,then simply replace that cable. If its hydraulic or pneumatic, some oil seal must have leaked and air is trapped inside. Since its light in weight, it will subsequently form bubbles resulting in jumpy readings. In that change that fluid line and refill it with correct quantity(volume) of the same. If its electronic, some coils & capacitors may need replacement or Buy the entire set..............sodeep
Posted on May 20, 2009
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