Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
I think I'd check the condition of the motor mounts.
A broken mount will allow the engine / transmission assembly to try and move around the rotational center line of the engine.
If, as I suspect, this 4 wheel drive selector is controlled by a cable, the movement could pull the cable and thereby move the position of the shift lever.
If memory serves me correctly, a broken mount on the drivers side of the block will allow the drivers side of the engine to raise up, when accelerating in drive. Since the 4 wheel lever is mounted on the drivers side of the transmission, this would pull the cable and possibly create the problem you've described.
I hope this is some small measure of help with your problem.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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