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post #1 of 27 Old 10-08-2013, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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95 grand 5.2 trans ?surging?

95 grand cherokee 8, 5.2L 4x4, new tune up, new fuel filter, regular injector clean additives, all new front end ties, breaks,
Auto trans oil and filter done about 1300 miles ago, adjust TV cable yesterday = that put an end to the random “clunking” during shift, and made the shifting way smooth.
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Issue: at about 65+ mph under acceleration, feels like surging, as if gas is restricted, but RPMs stay steady, and acceleration from 0 or any other speed is strong. “Surging” like pumping the gas pedal, and steady rpms make me think transmission adjustment.

? Tighten bands
? Replace adjusting .. solenoid… ? Is there anything to replace during a filter change besides the filter and oil?

Everything I know about the automatic trans is; pull pan, make mess, change filter, add oil. Check oil level.


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post #2 of 27 Old 10-09-2013, 04:42 AM Thread Starter
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so I have been looking through the service manuel and answered part of my question, but I am not familiar with the automatic trans.
would it be just the band at 3rd/overdrive, or something else?

then I thought; some of these many sensors might be having some kind of effect on the shifting, Can a sensor cause 'pulsing' in the drivetrain?

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"surging" what exactly do you mean by that?

rapid go/ release/ go/ release/ go/ feeling,

check the fluid level lately? yes, running in neutral is full.

what could it be? I don't know, thats why I am asking ......

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you could try to adjust the throttle cable that goes from the throttle body to the transmission. are you shure it is the trans. hows the motor running?
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I have the same problem In mine. Same year and engine. I've changed a lot of stuff on it and nothing. But trust me I know what you mean. It's annoying as hell. I hardly even drive it now cus of that. If you fix it please let me know!
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I had the same issue shortly after installing new plugs, wires, cap and rotor.

Routing the wires described in the TSB below fixed it:

http://dodgeram.info/tsb/1998/18-48-98/18-48-98-v8.htm

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I had the same issue shortly after installing new plugs, wires, cap and rotor. Routing the wires described in the TSB below fixed it: http://dodgeram.info/tsb/1998/18-48-98/18-48-98-v8.htm
Did this really fix it???
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Check the tps sensor on throttle body . They can cause surging and shift issues.

Don't worry you will break it.
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Did this really fix it???
No. I just thought I'd **** with ya.

Yes it fixed the random misfire CEL and surging at speeds above 45 MPH, which was most noticeable on the freeway for me.

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you could try to adjust the throttle cable that goes from the throttle body to the transmission. are you shure it is the trans. hows the motor running?
that is the "TV cable", making that adjustment does help a wide range of issues.

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I have the same problem In mine. Same year and engine. I've changed a lot of stuff on it and nothing. But trust me I know what you mean. It's annoying as hell. I hardly even drive it now cus of that. If you fix it please let me know!
Did you also check or change out the TPS? and or make sure the plug wires are not touching anywhere?

I have not checked my TPS yet, (working on a s-10 starter issue taking too much time)

THis issue only just began, aka; tune up and new cat/muffler and test drive = all acceleration was good, then a few days later it began the "surging" ....

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Did you also check or change out the TPS? and or make sure the plug wires are not touching anywhere? I have not checked my TPS yet, (working on a s-10 starter issue taking too much time) THis issue only just began, aka; tune up and new cat/muffler and test drive = all acceleration was good, then a few days later it began the "surging" ....
I actually changed the TPS because it died on me but the plug wires are everywhere didn't think it would cause this problem.
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Did you also check or change out the TPS? and or make sure the plug wires are not touching anywhere? I have not checked my TPS yet, (working on a s-10 starter issue taking too much time) THis issue only just began, aka; tune up and new cat/muffler and test drive = all acceleration was good, then a few days later it began the "surging" ....
I changed the TPS because it died on me but the wires are everywhere I didn't think that would be the cause.
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changed out the TPS, made no change. accelerate from 0 to 60 is all good. cruising at 50 to 65 and then accelerate - automatic trans- feels like it is slipping and or jumping between gears... adjust a band?

or where to find details on how to analyze and adjust trans...

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changed out the TPS, made no change. accelerate from 0 to 60 is all good. cruising at 50 to 65 and then accelerate - automatic trans- feels like it is slipping and or jumping between gears... adjust a band? or where to find details on how to analyze and adjust trans...
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