Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hello there, One of the problems Jeeps do have is Transmissions. It is very typical of the sensors and solonoid packs to go bad, Also Jeeps as well have well know problems with the computer causing transmission issues as well.
I suggest taking it to a shop other than a parts store they are great for basic info but a repair shop can actually look at what each sensor is doing in real time.
You are on the right track and I would most definetly address this asap rather than causing internal transmission problems.
Good luck and I hope this helps.
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