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1987 jeep cherokee larado with auto transmission. while driving, once in great while you will feel a pop and then the tranny will slip. If you give it gas it is a no go but if you stio and put it in neutral and then back in drive it will run good. Checked fluid and it is full and a nice clean tranny fluid color.

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When was the last time you service the tranny?

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well sounds pretty bad, did it start slipping before all of this and gradually get worst? anyways when this happens the cheapest diagnostic fix is pull all of the bolts on the bottom of the tranny to dran all the fluid, not sure if this tranny has a filter but pretty positive it does, pop a new filter in there you will see it when you you drop the pan, let all fluid drain and refill with the specific type of tranny fluid it calls from you can find the quanity and type from the auto store when you get the parts, substitute one of the quarts with lucas stop slip and hopefully it will bring the tranny out of it. otherwise your bands are shot and need a rebuild/tranny replacement. good luck and take care

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