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Slipping transmission 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee 2X2 6 cylinder. From stopped position, transmission slips when subjected to acceleration a bit above normal as in starting up a slope. What would be normal fee for adjustment.........transmission has been flushed but problem persists.

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  • adobe611 Jul 02, 2008

    Transmission is automatic.............and I see by your credentials that I am about as good a mechanic as your are.

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Most of these transmissions cannot be adjusted for slippage. Try an Amaco transmission shop, most will diagnose, tell you what the problem is, and give you an estimate for free.

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Is the car is automatic or manual...?

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