Question about 1996 Jeep Cherokee Sport
I would suggest first connect a scanner to the diagnostic port of the computer module of the transmission of the car. Some shops out there would let you borrow scanners for you to retrieve the error code. The error would help identify the issue accurately. Autozone would let you borrow theirs.
The shifting issue may be caused at times by the transmission solenoid. The one that is circular and looks like an electric motor on your transmission. At times it may just be hydraulic problems. You may just need to change the fluid and filter.
Posted on May 22, 2011
You have a sticky piston in the valve body instead. If the 1st gear solenoid module was at fault it will not even work in that gear at all even manually controlled
Posted on May 21, 2011
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