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2000 Jeep Cherokee 2X2 Automatic won't shift into reverse. Fluid level is good it will shift into O/D

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Maybe try getting a transmission flush and new transmission filter that dont fix it maybe its time to see what it will cost you to rebuild that part of the transmission

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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