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My 1998 Cherokee SE with 185,000 miles seeme to shudder or slip as you accelerate from a stop. It seems to come from the rear end. What do you think

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What seems to be coming from the rear is more likley coming from the transmission. The main pump within the tranny wheres down after high milage. When the pump weakens it is unable to pressurize the drums within the tranny and the clutches slip causing a chattering feeling throughout the vehicle. Time, most likley, for a rebuild. Thank you, Dana

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