Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Overdrive button light stays on ,no overdrive
The button itself may be bad. If the button is ok, then the problem could be in the transmission control module located behind the dash or worse, it could be an internal problem with the transmission itself. I would start small by checking or replacing the panel that includes the overdrive button. The easiest and cheapest place to get one is a salvage or junk yard. If this doesn't solve the problem then it is best to take your Jeep to certified mechanic. When it comes to the Grand Cherokee, they used around 5 or 6 different transmissions and several different transmission control modules. I wouldn't recommend the do-it-yourself guy try working on those systems. I Just recently replaced the transmission in my 93 Cherokee and finding a used one that was actually the right model was like looking for a needle in a haystack
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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