Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Hi, you didn't mention if you have auto or manual. If it is manual then there no doubt that it is the transmission problem because the linkage is binding up.
If it is automatic, it could possibly be the computer (ECU) which can only be checked by a transmission specialist on both account...
Posted on May 26, 2011
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