Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Pretty good chance the trans is low on fluid...have you checked that? Otherwise, it is possible that you have a worn shaft seal that when side-loaded it could be allowing fluid to internally bypass. As that condition is extremely rare, I'd go with checking the fluid and possibly changing it and the filter before worrying too much about it, but you need to check that now as each time it happens it removes important material from the internal clutches.
Also...if low, check for leaks...fluid went somewhere!
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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