Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Likely there is some amount of varnish in the transmission. If the oil was recently changed, it may need some time to dissolve. I do not like using any solvent based cleaners as besides freeing the valve, they can degrade the internal clutches and often will dissolve too much varnish all at once and cause other larger problems. You could try using something like Lucas conditioner. That will not harm anything. It takes time for varnish to build up...it takes time to remove it. Worst case is that you will need to have the valve body removed and manually cleaned. It's expensive but not as expensive as a new unit.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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