WK1 Troubleshooting / Problems Discussion / Dealer ServiceIf you are having some problems with your Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and need assistance in troubleshooting and diagnosing the problem, this is the proper place to discuss it. Were you treated fairly or poorly at a dealer? Warranty issues? Let us know.
a137 I already owe ya for the help with the TB issue but now ive got this "service park asst" limp mode occuring and for some reason your pictures of the cleaning process are blocked. Can you explain how i can access the ESM(SLA) module to clean the contacts, thanks again
1. remove chrome bezel
2. remove aluminum bezel and knob
3. remove rubber insert from the storage pocket
4. remove 4 Torx10 screws
5. Put shifter in N or D, detach wiring harness and remove shifter assy itself sliding it by shifter rod upwards, as I remember it's fixed by 4 screws or clips. Don't remember exactly, but it's straightforward.
6. Then continue at home, using anti-static precautions.
7. Remove soft plastic dust-shield (be careful, it's lubricated)
TOP SIDE OF ASSY
8. Remove 2 small screws and detach printed card board (PCB) from it's plastic chassis.
BOTTOM SIDE OF ASSY
Don't lose or break transparent acrylic lightguide (for illuminating PRND) at top plastic piece.
i wonder if i need to do this because i just got a new tranny installed by the dealership bout a month ago,does the shifter assmy come with the new tranny or did they use the old one.cause my warranty is gone now. mine is a 06 with 75k miles an even after the new tranny sumtimes it still takes that spilt second to go in R sometimes idk maybe its just me.would that have to do with the shifter assmy barely having contact or something?
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