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I have a 1993 jeep gc lerado and it has a hard time shifting Only when it is warm. Just had to change the ign. coil because of a starting problem and now I have this tranny problem. I undid the battery while working on it. shift great when it is cold. 4.0 litre and asian tranny.

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Hi.
sounds like the transmission fluid needs changing.
if it is fine cold, and has problems when warm, it sounds like the oil is getting too thin when warm.
it may be a worn transmission, but i would certainly change the fluid before worrying about anything else

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I would have the transmission serviced. A fluid flush and a new filter might do the trick. Sounds like the fluid bis breaking down and becoming too thin to do the hydrolics it needs to engage and disengage. common problem. people do forget that fluid should be changed also and fully flushed out and cleaning the pan out helps.

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http://www.fixya.com/cars/t13893405-firing_order_diagram_3_7l_jeep_2006

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