Question about Jeep Cherokee
The condition you reported is either a control problem or "flaring" both are pressure related. I suggest you have a reliable trans shop test drive it. If it's a control problem (late shifting) there are external adjustments that can be made. If it is flaring, that is internal and may require a rebuild.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the help. We still do not know exact problem but are going to try some tranx to hopfully break down any varnish or junk then replace fluid"
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