Laredo 2WD 4. I discovered that it is a transmission computer error code go figure. I think the name "lifetime oil" is just that, it will "last a lifetime", but you still need to keep adding any needed fluids as it may leak out. Send a private message to steve Have you looked into having it rebuilt, or are you going to buy a new one or rebuild it yourself? The problem is hard shifting that occurs once the trans gets to running temp. Forthe Grand Cherokee "WJ" was all-new, now in its second generation. Send a private message to pcoldfield. Despite knowing about these issues, BMW concealed this information from the public.
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Sport 2WD 4dr SUV (L 6cyl 4A) Laredo 4WD 4dr SUV (L 6cyl 4A) I have had my Jeep grand Cherokee since and it already had 67, miles on it.
Wrangler Unlimited JLU. Sport and Special Edition trim levels were new in midyear Considering I've never burned up a transmission before during my 35 years of driving my previous car hadmiles on it with the original transmission, still worked great I don't think it was my driving style.
It's been slipping occasionally between shifts for awhile. Laredo 4WD 4.
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03PM Well, one example would be my other Aisin transmissions, in my Jeeps, without heavy abuse they tend to last ,
Vari-Lok differentials also use a gerotor to transfer torque between the wheels on either side of the axle. For broader coverage of this topic, see Jeep Grand Cherokee. It's been slipping occasionally between shifts for awhile. In addition to the above when it's acting up it will shift into Drive quite harshly, same with reverse although not quite as harsh.
If the rear axle starts spinning at a higher rate than the front axle, hydraulic pressure builds up in the gerotor and causes the clutch pack to progressively transfer torque to the front axle until both axles return to the same speed.
Originally Posted by steve The button panel for the system was located on the front driver's door interior panel.