I have a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo with just shy of 137,000. It's been a commuter car mostly, no off-road. Lately, I've had times when I stop for a signal light and the motor wants to stall. Most times it doesn't, it mostly sounds like it will. It's kind of rumbly under the driver seat, a little growly. I'm not sure if it is transmission, or what? I've had the fuel regulator replaced, new shocks
and new brake liners and front rotors, spark plugs, etc., hoping it will help. It still rumbles and seems to want to stall in stop/go traffic. Any ideas?
JA: How old are the brakes? How many miles on the car?
Customer: Miles: 136,191. Front rotors and all 4 brake liners were replaced last weekend, so new brakes.
JA: Are you fixing your Grand Cherokee yourself? What have you tried so far?
Customer: I have a mechanic who has done the work. He works at a dealership as a mechanic and does some work on the side (mine and others).
JA: Anything else you want the mechanic to know before I connect you?
Customer: Sometimes when I'm shifting to maneuver into parking spot, I notice the tranny makes some noises, almost stalls (better since I had the fuel regulator and spark plugs), but never quite stalls. ?