Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Providing the fluid is full, most likely problem is a bad internal seal (needs rebuild) If you want to "play" with it you can try adding lucas trans sealer. Sometimes it will expand a worn seal enough to get you by for some time. (I've seen it work as long as a year) If you leave it as it is, eventually you will burn the internal clutches enough for it to completely fail. The sealer will not work instantly but just take it easy on it for about a week and let it do its job.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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