Question about 1989 Jeep Comanche
I have a '89 Jeep Comanchee with a 4 speed AW-4 tansmission. When first starting vehical from cold the engine strains to move forward, makes creaking sounds as it move (feel similar to power braking). This problem will persist until warm then it becomes sluggish from a stop, seems fine once truck is moving at speed. Oddly this problem does not happen at all in reverse. I assumed a clogged filter so that has been changed with the proper amount and kind of fluid replaced. the fluid was old but was not burnt or fowled that I could tell. I'm at a loss. I've also checked that the breaks were not locking.
Glad to help. Check those brake linings for any signs of burning...If they have been running too tight it is possible that they have overheated a bit. Also check the emergency brake cable for binding sometimes they get rusted up and stick.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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