Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Check you transmission fluid. It sounds like a Torque Converter Lockup Solenoid problem though.
Also there was a Tech Support Bulletin related to the Torque Converter listed. Make sure you have taken your vehicle in to get it taken care of.
CUSTOMER SATISFACTION NOTIFICATION NO. C01 3/8" TORQUE CONVERTER DRAIN BACK VALVE
Issue Date: 01/2003
NHTSA Campaign ID number:
Potential number of units affected: 30,000
Model year(s): 2003
Manufactured: 10/15/2002 - 11/18/2002
Owner notification start date: January, 2003 Defect: 2003 models equipped with a 4.0L engine only.
Consequence: The torque converter drain back valve on affected vehicles may contain a check ball that swells. A swollen check ball will restrict fluid flow to the cooler and cause the transmission to overheat. This could cause transmission damage.
Solution: The torque converter drain back valve assembly must be replaced.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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