Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Possible you have a simple problem such as a bad solenoid and or maybe some kind of engine coolant temp sensor problem.The v-8 engine in this year did not have true computer controls, it did have a solenoid for lock-up torque converter and a solenoid for overdrive.It was basically just and old tech hydraulic transmission with two solenoids.Most likely unless the transmission has been rebuilt properly before you are at the beginning of the end.No overdrive in this year model usually means the clutch in the torque converter has shredded and stopped up the cooler and melted the overdrive unit.I would have someone to pull diagnostic codes and see if there is anything stored.You may want to remove the transmission pan and inspect for debris in filter.Good luck!
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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