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Old 12-23-2008, 11:13 PM   #1
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I have recently bought a 94 wrangler. Great condition. One problem found. When i travel down a rough road the auto trans doesnt want to shift anymore. Works shifting it manualy. Works when i wiggle everything. Cant seem to find what the problem is.

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Old 12-24-2008, 06:12 AM   #2
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there should be a vac line going to the trans check this to mke sure its hooked up and not cloged there should also be a "canister" on the trans this may need to be replaced oh and welcome

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when my trans did that i pulled the pan and foundout that i blew a shift band out of it and when i tore it down to rebuild it i found out becaus i kept on driving it like that and shifting manualy it also took out the shift drum
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when my trans did that i pulled the pan and foundout that i blew a shift band out of it and when i tore it down to rebuild it i found out becaus i kept on driving it like that and shifting manualy it also took out the shift drum
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well that post was typed a little out of order but i think you get the idea, good news is that they are only like a hundred bucks to rebuild but the shift drum was another hundred if you dont get to it fast enough
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