Jeep Grand Cherokee owners have reported 26 problems related to transmission gear slipping (under the power train category).
Tl- the contact owns a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The contact stated that the vehicle stalled several times and the failure was progressing. The contact also stated that the transmission gears were slipping and difficult to change over as the failure continued to occur. The dealer was notified for several months and they were not able to diagnose the vehicle. The contact was included in NHTSA campaign id number: 14v438000 (electrical system) and stated that the parts and the remedy were not available. The dealer did not give a specific date when the parts and the remedy would become available. The manufacturer was also contacted and could not provide an estimated date for when the contacts vehicle would receive the recall repairs. The contact was continuing to experience the failure with the vehicle stalling and the gears slipping. The approximate failure mileage was 120,000. Dyd.
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The contact owns a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The contact stated that while driving approximately 75 mph, the transmission slipped into neutral. On a separate occasion, the vehicle was placed in reverse but proceeded to roll away. The vehicle was not taken to a dealer for diagnostic testing. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated that the vehicle was not included in NHTSA campaign id number: 13v175000 (electrical system , power train). The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 50,000 and the current mileage was 52,000. The VIN was not available.
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Own a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4, bought 4 mths ago, I can be driving it down a road and all the sudden it loses power like an acceleration problem, then it will suddenly just take off very quickly, the transmission keeps slipping, I can be on the interstate going 65, take my foot off the gas to slow down some and hear a harsh shifting problem. I have taken it to the dealership 3 different times, each time they tell me there is no problem with the car, I agree with the other complaints on these issues which I have had them all in 4 mths. Windows get stuck and won't roll up and down, car has not started 3 times and had to put in a new starter, crazy dangerous acceleration, shifting issues with the transmission!!!!!!!! I have owned a 1995 Jeep cherokee since 2003 and no problems, got this one and problem after problem. This acceleration/ shifting issue is going to kill someone if this car isn't recalled for this problem!!!!!.
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee slowed down without warning and stalled. When restarted in park vehicle began to reverse. Upon inspection mechanic determined the gear alignment was off track and fixed the problem. The consumer was informed the gear box had to be cleaned out as well, because a liquid substance was spilled inside of it, which caused the gear lever to become misaligned. A day after the repairs were made, the consumer began to experience a gear slippage while driving. The vehicle was taken back to the dealership and upon inspection it was discovered the vehicle had a bad gear shift, which was causing the slippage. The consumer didn't have any problems for a couple days when suddenly the vehicle would not start while in park. The dealer told the consumer it was normal and that the gear just needed a small adjustment. The consumer decided to go to another dealership. It was finally determined that the shift cable was bad. The consumer requested reimbursement from the first dealer because they claimed the problem was a bad shifter module when it was really the gear shift cable.
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2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee laredo 4x4. - transmission started to slip at 6,000 miles. Took it to dealer, who did a service, and said all was fine. Ran terrible from then on. - transmission failed at 24,000 miles . Dealer said this was rare. Took 2 weeks to replace! ran decently for 10,000 miles or so then problems came back. - transmission failed at 38,000 miles, in an intersection with my kid in the car. Dealer then admitted that this was a problem with Jeeps. Took 5 weeks to replace. - transmission starting to slip and skip again at 68,000 miles. No service planned as I am turning it back in from my lease and never getting a Jeep again!.
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The engine light came on. The consumer took the vehicle to a transmission shop. They said there were few problems with it from the manufacturer. Took to a transmission shop because the owners manual said that it could be from transmission slipping. The original parts on the transmission were replaced due to failure.
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Second gear is slipping. Some of the seals are leaking. One of the gears are stripped.
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The rotors were warping and caused the brakes to wear prematurely. The dealer was notified. The transmission displayed slipping and there was a flat spot on the tire(s).
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Heard noise coming from rearend and transmission slipped. Took it to petri Jeep in scottsdale, az. They said bearings were worn out in
rear diff and transmission needed to be rebuild. Ok, they fixed it,
at 71000 miles. I think this was way too soon. The Jeep now has 88000,
the transmission is acting up again and the humming noise is returning. At
75000 my extended warranty expired. Im not happy!!!.
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Consumer stated the check engine light was on, the dealer determined that the transmission was slipping.
Sudden, violent jerking and transmission slippage while slowing down for stop or yield. Resulting motion is strong enough to cause seat belt locks to activate and jolt the occupants. Problem is highly sporadic and no "cause and effect" has been discernable.
Transmission slipped from park to reverse with engine idling. Car rolled backwards and damaged driver's side door when it struck a fence post.
Transmission slips intermittently, won't shift properly and vehicle bucks. Vehicle has been taken to dealer 7 times, cannot remedy the problem. Problem started at 9000 miles.
Automatic transmission slipping.
Fuel sending unit failed. As a result: the check engine light will not go off, therefore I can not pass emissions test in my state. I am also constantly running out of gas. The sending unit is necessary for correct gauge readings. This has happened at the worst time for me as a single mother suffering from job losses in the state of goergia. The estimates to repair the fuel system has averaged 700. 00 dollars I am also filing a complaint about the transmission that slips too. The transmission will not go into 2nd or 3rd gear with out a lot of extra effort. There are times I have to take back roads and access roads just because I was nearly hit several times trying to access the express way. SUV's are horrendous in gas mileage but a SUV with a slipping transmission is burning even more gas! I am still trying to pay for the car and can not afford the repairs. I wish I would have bought an import. I have met quite a few Jeep owners who have experienced the same problems.
Transmission slips between 2nd and 3rd gears - loss of power to the drivetrain between 2nd and 3rd gear.
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Vehicle has had continuous problem with the transmission slipping and lurching forward at stops. The transmission also intermittently slips and makes loud clunking noises while driving. Dealer says that they do not find a problem. Despite over 45 days at.
Automatic transmission continually slips before jumping into gear. Vehicle has been at dealer's repair shop on six occasions, and problem still occurs dealer and manufacturer contacted.
Transmission slips and doesn't change gears properly. This is due to transmission failure. The transmission was replaced, but the problem recurred.
Vehicle was in park and engine was running, the transmission slipped into reverse causing, accident.
From park to reverse grinding/clicking, & squeaking noise same from park to drive. 2nd gear and 3rd gears slipping/vehicle hesitation. Dealer has tried to fix 5 times, and dealer does not know how to fix it.
Subject vehicle has been returned to two (2) different dealers on five (5) occasions for warranty work on excessive noise when placed in gear. Subject vehicle also has been returned to replace front brake assembly due to brake fade and excessive noise. Subject vehicle has also been returned for warranty work to correct vehicle transmission slip (when accelerating from stop (I. E at traffice light)). Subject vehicle has also been returned for replacement of front passenger seat cushion fabric bunching up - this was not repaired as Chrysler rep said this is "normal" for seat cushion.
Transmission slipping . . Randomly from a stop,the transmission would slip untill the rpm's of the engine got to 2or 3 x then slam into gear . . Causing a feeling of being rearended at 5 to 10 mph . . We also feel the front brakes were warped . . As they shook severly when they were applied at higher speeds . .
Intermittently while driving, without warning, the automatic transmission starts slipping. The mechanic indicated that this is a common problem with these vehicle.
Consumer is experienced transmission problem such as the gears slipping.
The rotors get warped after 3000 miles they fixed it 5 times and it is continuing again, I had the fuel pump replaced, the transmission slips forward after braking they clame that is normal, I had numerous electrical problems ( windows are not closing, radio, etc.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Automatic Transmission Park/neutral Start Switch problems||
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Power Train problems||
|Differential Unit problems||
|Transfer Case problems||
|Axle Assembly problems||
|Automatic Transmission Column Shift problems||
|Automatic Transmission Gear Indicator problems||
|Transmission Failure problems||