Question about 2007 Jeep Commander Rocky Mountain
This could be a simple faulty sensor to something as complicated as a clogged cooler or line. Check your fluid level, the next step would be to have the fluid changed. Most transmission shops will check for clogged lines or problems at little to no cost. This is the avenue I would take. If the transmission is still under warranty take it to the dealer to have it checked. It could be the transmission cooler being clogged with debri. Use a garden house and spray water from the engine area toward the front of the vehicle to loosen and remove anything clogging the radiator and transmission coolers.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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