Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
With quite a lot of potential problems,the only thing that you can check at home is the trans fluid level.Motor warm(10 mins running)Go through all the gears and finish in neutral.Check the fluid levels.You will probably have done this buy now anyway,but apart from a visual insp.not a lot else.Smell the fluid and compare to some new fluid.Does it smell 'burnt'.Maybe a blocked trans filter.Hope this helps
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