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The Jeep Cherokee's automatic transmission cellunoid is out and thus does not shift to the highest gear. I am told it is hard to fix and will require a transmission expert - the cost is supposedly $1,000 plus or minus to fix this little bugger. In other ideas other than to keep driving it at 55mph?

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There is no way it way it should cost 1000 to replace this solenoid. It isn't hard to replace. You have to remove the pan and unbolt it. You have to cut and splice the wires to it or remove the valve body to get the wiring out.

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