Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 3.7l 6cyl automatic with Quadratec I all time four wheel. With that being said:
The transmission will **** or buck when I am coasting about 5-10 miles per hour and I go to accelerate again. For example, through a parking lot. It only does it at this low speed. It also has a slight jerking motion at low speeds as I am slowing down. It vibrates noticably while at a stop light and foot is on the brake padal. Any ideas? I took it back to the dealer and they tried to tell me it was normal for a 4x4 to **** like that because of something with the torque converter... etc. I am concerned it might be a bearing or mount.
Have you changed the trasmission fluid and filter in your jeep lately, if not do so and that just might stop the jerking in your jeep, and if that does not do the trick you will need to have your trasmission checked out by a trasmission shop.
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