Transmission rebuild question
Hello I have a 2001 Grand Cherokee with selec-trac with 4.0 I6 (42re transmission) and I was having issues with reverse. If you put the car into reverse it would backup but as soon as you hit the accelerator it would "kick" out of reverse. Every other gear works no problem. I had a transmission shop look at it and they said that there was two broken retainer clips in the transmission pan. I was wondering if anyone else had a similar issue and could give me some insight about replacing these clips. I have rebuilt a manual transmission but I have never worked on an automatic. What needs to be replaced if I open up the transmission? Thanks!
http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/web...rchTerm=clutch Does anyone just sell the clutches or do I need everything in that kit? Is there a gasket that needs to be replaced when I pull the back half? I just came across this kit too http://www.auto-repair-manuals.com/C...FchM4AodTyMAEQ Would it be smarter to just buy a used tranny? I'm hesitant about that because you don't know what you're getting at least with mine I know it only has one issue
Thank you so much for all of your help. I have a lot of experience with cars so I will get what you're explaining I just haven't really had a chance to look at the tranny yet so I'm not sure where you're referring to when speaking of the part you'd pull
The front clutch or drum is also being used while reverse is applied, Which is where those snap rings could have come from. You could try adjusting the rear band, which the pans needs to be dropped to do. What you said about it jumping out of reverse sounds like the rear band is not holding to me. I dont think you can get to the parts you need to access by removing just the over drive unit on the rear of the trans. The way it was designed to come apart is by removing the front pump and pulling everything out through the front of the case. It's best to just repair it once and do it right the first time, instead of trying to cut corners.
2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 6 cylinder Selectrac
$2400 installed new radiator 1 window regulator 2 oxygen sensors
Originally Posted by drrm123 View Post
- Ref 860: #22602-Snap ring overdrive clutch, waved
Ref 864: #22604- Snap ring overdrive clutch, front
Ref 305: 13253- Extension house gasket
Transfer case gasket
That's the breakdown of the transmission, does that sound about right?
He said the biggest issue would be the spring because it has 800lbs of force so you need a press. How can I do this at home haha
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