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Car sometimes not shifting to 3rd gear after engine warms up

1999 jeep grand cherokee. had issue where occationally during stop and go traffic, the car would not kick into 3rd gear. Then 10 min later it would be fine.

O2 sensors were replaced as that was the code on the check engine light.

problem went away for 2-3 weeks and is now back. the codes are now 1757 and 1762. mechanic is not sure what to do and I can't afford a new transmission.

please help with any suggestions of what to do.

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Don't listen to him you have a cloged govener switch. I work for jeep have a profesionall mechanic replaced the solinoid pack and the valve body and flush the trans flush and put in a new filter good luck it will be a lot cheeper than overhauling the trans.

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