Jeep Commander Display says Transmission Temp Over
Does not start. Leave for hours, generally will re-start then function well for 1-2 months then same crap again.
I see lots of folks with same problem but no one has written about a solution or service re-call or service bulliten from Jeep Corporation.
Anybody HELP PELASE ?????
I'd look for a kink in the transmission cooler line.~
possibly those rubber vibration hoses to the radiator delaminating and creating an obstruction for the flow...probably would just replace those rubber things and check the flow (if you've the technology to do so...at the shop we had basically a bicycle pump that we could suck fluids out with a sealing rubber tip...not that this technology is readily available to you....a pressure blast? find out if there is an obstruction or kink in the lines or radiator~ sorry for this...it's got you on your knees...no one wants to be there~
flow impeded....find out why!
Everyone and anyone who is having issues with their Jeep NEEDS to file a complaint with the NHTSA! This is the only way this issue is going to be resolved. We can cry all we want on these forms, but with enough complaints a recall will be issued! I know it sucks because I have all these issues, but PLEASE FILE A COMPLAINT! http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/owners/SearchResults
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