I'm going to take the Jeep to a transmission shop but I wanted to know your expert opinion first.
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8 4.7L
Here is the story:
I changed the transmission fluid and filters October last year.
4000 miles later (beginning March) I parked the Jeep on the left side of the garage because of a front differential bearing issue (needed to save money to afford the repairs)
I've been turning the engine on every other week to keep the battery charged.
3 months later (2 weeks ago) I moved the Jeep to the right side of the garage to make some room.
Last Friday I moved the Jeep back to the left side of the garage and is when I noticed the rattling/buzzing noise coming from under the Jeep.
I crawled under the Jeep and it seems the noise is coming out of the transmission housing bell.
The noise last about 3 minutes then is gone.
Gears shift smoothly Park-Reverse-Drive back and forth no jumping no noise.
I took the Jeep to the local car wash (6 miles round trip) and no shifting issues or any lack of power. In fact, if you press the gas pedal you can feel how the Jeep immediately takes off.
What do you guys think?
By the way, do you guys know any good transmission shop in the Denver area.
Here is the link to the video. Noise starts by 0:10 and stops by 2:55