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Re: Cost to Rebuild Jeep 3.7L

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01-13-2014 12:29:40

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Not sure about the engine rebuild. But I am getting the 4 speed tranny in my 05 liberty worked on now. Could cost up to $1900. It has the forever familiar torque converter shutter at 170,000 miles.

Did you check the rear main seal? Any oil spots on the ground? If you can smell it, it has to be a leak somewhere that is burning off.

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01-16-2014 19:53:30

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 Re: Cost to Rebuild Jeep 3.7L in reply to johndeerefan, 01-13-2014 12:29:40  
I wouldn't put another factory converter in it.

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01-17-2014 11:42:58

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 Re: Cost to Rebuild Jeep 3.7L in reply to T in NE, 01-16-2014 19:53:30  
Nope. It's getting a whole new $3K Jasper transmission, torque converter, and a cooler flush. There were pieces all in the pan when they took it off. Several codes on the scanner also.

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01-17-2014 12:37:34

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 Re: Cost to Rebuild Jeep 3.7L in reply to johndeerefan, 01-17-2014 11:42:58  
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JD flushing the cooler is questionable and I will explain why...

The last transmission I rebuilt came back with the same issue it had before I rebuilt it about 6 mo before. I checked flow thru the cooler and it was stopped up. The question was were did the contamination come from was it from the original were I flushed the cooler are was it from the rebuild... I don't know and don't know how I would ever know...

I bit the bullet and installed a Chrysler reman along with a new cooler and guess what I had the same issue right off the bat. Chrysler thought they had me pined down when the question came up did I flush the cooler. I said I replaced it with a new Chrysler cooler its on the same ticket when I brought the trans from ya the contamination came from your trans... It was a hard learned experience so all I do not get a new cooler so now I will know...

That cooler saved my arse, if I did have contamination I knew were it came from :wink: This trans was known for converter clutch issues and that's were the contamination was coming from... I had to replace the PCM to take care of a power train module issue that me are Chrysler never could confirm as the issue but the PCM did fix it... Its gone and I never want to see another one I lost my arse on it...

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