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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee makes
Your automatic transmission has an internal low and indirect clutch. The indirect clutch is what's used when your vehicle is in reverse. You might have a heavy jerking when you put it into gear that feels like vehicle got hit by another or loud rattling or chattering in gears. It very well may be coming apart as you think and soon, so I'd recommend taking it to your local transmission shop to inspect and test it and they can give you a more detailed idea of what it would take to fix it. good luck
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
SOURCE: I have a 2001 Suzuki
It's either related to your clutch (is it cable operated or hydraulic?) being out of adjustment or low fluid pressure, or you have a loose linkage.
I would investigate these 2 issues, before looking at the gearbox.
Also, have your vehicle checked for diagnostic codes in case it is an electrical issue.
Posted on May 13, 2011
Testimonial: "Awesome advice. Knows his stuff. Thanks Bro"
SOURCE: As I drive my Suzuki
The clutch cable is got problem.Its got bent/cracked worn out at firewall.---Inspect the clutch cable.-------
Get your clutch bled - it is a hydraulic clutch. If that does not improve the situation then you need to get the clutch replaced.It may be a problem with your clutch cover assembly. The only way out for you is to lower your gearbox and check. First bleed your clutch and try though.Clutch hydraulics problem, not allowing the clutch to disengage fully even when the pedal is depressed all the way.
---------The gearbox on most cars have syncro's on all forward gears reverse is a crash gear ( straight tooth gear no syncro)if it sticks going into reverse release the clutch and slot it in again ( doing this will move the gear around.)---------
so you should:---
-bleeding of clutch, if that dosent work then,
-get a complete check of the tranny done(dropping the GearBox) ------------ On a few occasions the problem occurs when the floor mats broke free from their hooks (if they had them) and slid up behind the pedals, creeping over time up and behind the pedal, with the bunched-up fabric preventing the pedal from going all the way down and hindering the clutch from fully disengaging. Take your floor mat out and see if things improve. Or try sliding your seat forward a notch or two from where you usually sit to see if the improved leverage helps. And as the clutch wears (not necessarily worn-out, mind you), the engagement point can go down until you are practically touching the pedal against the carpet, making it more sensitive to things like this.-------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jul 18, 2011
no maybe a broken sun shell not the torque converter
Posted on Jan 06, 2016
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