Question about 1988 Jeep Cherokee
After about 1962 or '63, pretty much no transmission had a second pump (was called a rear pump) which is why you can't push start an automatic car. Most pumps fail because debris gets into them from a failure elsewhere inside the unit, scoring up the face plate and gears, lowering pump pressure.
You likely have a bad seal, worn seal surface on a shaft etc that is causing you problems. At this point, best thing you can do is either do a complete rebuild or get another good unit.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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