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Tranny Help on a Grand Cherokee

Discussion in 'Other Rides' started by Confederate9, May 29, 2001.

  1. Confederate9

    Confederate9 1/2 ton status

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    hey yall
    we got a 97 grand cherokee and i was wondering what the signs are of a bad tranny.
    i think its goign bad.
    the specs are a stock 97 grand cherokee thats 2wd and auto.
    has 82,000 miles.

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  2. chevyfumes

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    Watch for the muzzleflash!
    There are three bad signs that I can think of,one on each front fender and one on the tailgate. They read J@@p grand cherokee![​IMG] j/ k, they've had alot of problems with those, Just one of those things . Every thing after (I think) 88 = new tranny, but I'm not sure...[​IMG]

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    Burnt fluid, slipping. Most tranny shops will do a free test drive.
     
  4. Confederate9

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    yeah it slips from 1st to 2nd when its cold.
    thats h ow mine started out doing on mu blazer when its tranny died.

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