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Transmission problems When a rear wheel drive Jeep Grand Cherokee is in park are you supposed to be able to turn the rear wheels when the vehicle is jacked up off the ground?

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    trackrash May 11, 2010

    Yes. Unless you have a limited slip differential. You will notice (unless there is something broken) that when you turn one tire the one on the other side will turn in the opposite direction.

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No --- but it does'nt mean transmission problems absolutely --- it could be just a broken pawl at the park selector. this is not a big fix

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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Where is the crank shaft sensor 2000 jeep grand cherokee


It would be very helpful when you are asking for help with your vehicle if you would mention WHICH ENGINE your Jeep is equipped with. In many cases, since we are talking about a Jeep, it is also necessary to know if it is 2-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive. This makes a HUGE difference for many things including engine controls, transmission controls, and other components because even the wiring diagrams are different for these vehicles. (80% of all the problems that you will most likely have with your Jeep will be electrical or involve electrical/electronic components.)

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My 06 grand cherokee laredo has a 4x4 emblem on the vehicle, and a traction button on the dash, how do I operate the 4x4?


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How hard is it to replace the rear maine oil seal on a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2 liter V8 4 wheel drive


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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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Clunking sound between 30 and 35 mph. Doesn't happen all the time. Sounds like it's coming from the rear of the car.


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94 jeep grand cherokee limited locked rear brakes


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