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My 89 jeep cherokee pioneer wont shift so I have to shift it manually its an automatic so i put it on 1st and as it gains speed I shift up to a higher gear. does anybody know if the TPS would fix my problem?

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Check the inline fuse under the glove box for the TCM. Fuse could be blown or have corrosion build up.

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Sounds like it could be the tps ,should check it with a multimeter.

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