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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8, Jeep Cherokee, Engine, SUV
#567 of 731 Re: Copy of Tech Ser Bulletin for electronic transmission control module? [frumunda]
Dec 01, 2009 (10:24 am)
I am having a problem with my 2007 jeep grand cherokee too. When I go to start it randomly it tells me "transmission over temp" in the message board and will not roll over or start. I had it towed to the dealer ship and no codes or anything they took a guess and said the transmission control module or something like that could be wrong of course this is a guess and at $625 dollars to for the part is crazy for a guess...and I am out of warranty at 67,000 miles anyone have any idea or has this happened to you.
#568 of 731 Re: Copy of Tech Ser Bulletin for electronic transmission control module? [
Dec 01, 2009 (6:46 pm)
I am having the same exact problem that you are. Luckily my jeep is under warranty, this is the third time that it has been towed to the dealership. They replaced the battery and the starter, worked for a couple weeks, and back to the same thing. I will keep you posted on what the dealer tells me. I only have 500 miles left on the warranty tho so I hope they are not trying to delay me...
#569 of 731 Re: Copy of Tech Ser Bulletin for electronic transmission control module? [
Dec 07, 2009 (4:44 pm)
My jeep is doing the exact same thing. The dealership has looked at my car 4 separate times. Replaced the ESM and a wire that had moisture on it. Car did not start again the other day after the last time I picked it up. Does anyone have a solution to this issue?
#570 of 731 Re: Copy of Tech Ser Bulletin for electronic transmission control module? [
Dec 09, 2009 (9:09 pm)
Just got my car back from the dealer! According to my receipt this is what they did: Check engine system wi tech B212C stored intermittent, disconnect starter solenoid wire, check for voltage 12v, replaced solenoid wire end. This is after replacing the starter and battery on two other visits to the dealer. I really hope this was the solution. I hope this can help everyone else, if you find another solution please let me know... It's quite frustrating watching my jeep get towed into the dealership, especially for the 3rd time with the same problem.
#571 of 731 86 jeep pioneer problem???
Dec 12, 2009 (9:25 am)
when i bought this jeep i couldnt fill the gas tank over 1/2 cause it leaked.i changed the tank and drove it for about 2-3 hours after and it started to spit and sputter if i slowed down it would idle but a little ruff. let it sit for a minute it would act like it run again go to take off and it would spit and sputter again then it died and wouldnt start again. i put a fuel pump (mechanical fuel pump) and it started for about 1-2 minutes and idled fine and then it died and did not start again. ??????whats wrong???
#572 of 731 Re: 99' Grand Cherokee Oil PSI issues..HELP? [mrquazy]
Feb 27, 2010 (5:18 pm)
Hey, where exactly is the oil sending unit located on the '99 Grand Cherokee. About to replace mine due to pressure problems, but not sure exactly where to find it.
#574 of 731 4.0 grand cherokee bogging out under load or uphill
Mar 07, 2010 (6:27 pm)
I have a 4.0 grand cherokee laredo that is suddenly failing (bogging out and misfiring) upon hard acceleration, uphill, or otherwise under load. For the most part it idles perfectly.
But I cannot make it up a hill without it bogging out and dying. I checked the cap and rotor and found fluffy corrosion and replaced them. The problem remained. I replaced the plugs and the problem remains.
All I can think of is it's either an ignition or fuel delivery problem.
Can a coil start to fail where it just can't deliver enough current to the plugs when the demand is high? Or should I start looking elsewhere like the fuel filter etc?
This is a '94 with 140,000 well maintained miles, and otherwise runs perrrfectly.
One other thing is that this happened about a year ago for a day or two, then suddenly stopped and has worked normally until now. Now it's constant and is unusable.
Anyone ever experience something similar?
#575 of 731 Re: ac and heater control panel [leo01]
Mar 10, 2010 (9:04 am)
You can't repair this part. It is a very common problem with this model. The part # is 55111009A0 and you can buy it for 177.00 msrp and the dead cost is 118.99. You can buy it from your Chrysler/jeep retailer for somewhere between those prices.
#576 of 731 Re: 4.0 grand cherokee bogging out under load or uphill [kelii777]
Mar 13, 2010 (10:01 am)
1 Inspect FreshAir Intake Hose Clogged or Damaged FreshAir Intake Hose.
3 Inspect Throttle Position Sensor Faulty or Incorrectly Connected Throttle Position Sensor.
4 Inspect Fuel Filter Clogged or Dirty Fuel Filter.
7 Inspect Fuel Injector Dirty or Worn Fuel Injectors
Inspect Mass Air Flow Sensor Damaged, Loose, or Faulty Mass Air Flow Sensor or Circuit