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Jeep grand cherokee transmission clunk

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee transmission clunking when it is slowing down to 30 mph . fluid smells burnt and redish brown. 112,000 miles ?

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Well then it sounds to me as if you need a transmission replacement...a flush or service at this point won't do you any good, as the transmission is using the contamination in the fluid to build pressure. so if you flush it all away, then the new fluid is way too thin to build any pressure...just replace your transmission....

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