Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Clutchs in tranny are going bad, buy a new or remanufactured tranny to put in it, it is better than haveing it rebuilt
It could also be the spring on the Throttle Valve being broken or
installed in corectly. It is mounted on the side of trans. Follow the
cable from Throttle Body to Transmission the spring should pull on the
lever away from throttle body, or, the cable is not adjusted properly. Look
for adjustments for the TV (Throttle Valve) cable.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
Check the solenoid. Also check the valve body. Shops have big machines that will test the valve body.
Two ways I can think of to test the solenoid.
1) Find a wiring diagram (best way to do it - since it also checks for wiring faults.) Isolate the power and ground leads for the soenoid you're testing. NB: The solenoids may have a "common ground" (several solenoids, one ground return. Solenoids are switched "on" by the TCU/SMEC.) Apply +12VDC to the leads, and listen for the "click" of the solenoid kicking closed. You may need to remove the sump and put your finger on the solenoid case to feel it - some of them are rather quiet.
2) Find a wiring diagram, isolate the leads, et al as above. Find the resistance spec of the solenoids (I don't know it offhand.) It's going to be a range - add an ohm or so for the wiring and connexions between the harness plug and the solenoid proper, and test resistance.
If you don't get a useful result using either method when you damned well should, track the wiring down to the next connector and try again. Bear in mind that not all "parts failures" are actual parts failures - it's amazing how many times I've fixed a wiring fault when someone else has thrown parts at the thing. Always check for a wiring fault as part of your initial troubleshooting!
Don't forget to check for ground faults as well. It's amazing how many automoive electrical problems.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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