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My 2003 Jeep grand cherokee will not move in reverse. I can hear and feel it switch into reverse but the vehicle doesn't move.

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I'm gonna try this one from memory( but you should really should use the repair manual)Sounds like the output shaft ,ideler gear or reverse gear is worn. This repair is gonna involve a tranny tear down. I suggest you have it serviced by an ASE Certified Transmission Technician. They will get it right the first time.

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