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1995 jeep grand cherokee tranny swap

I swapt my 42re for an aw4. I have most of the wirering done but need to find either the pin location or the wire color on the pcm wire harness for the following (1:fused ignition switch"RUN-START", 2:park/neutral position switch sensor, 3:ground, 4:sensor return, 5:throttle position sensor signal, 6:brake switch sensor) Thanks to anyone with a diagram,info.,or advice.

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    haynes book says if wiring good to change ecm i did same proble do not have 5 volts at map sensor if i put positive lead from meter on 1 pin from harness & negative lead to a ground i get 5 volts but not on 1& 3 of harness also have draw from 2 jb power fuses in junction box

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Sorry cant help here on this because although we have a lot of these vehicles here in spain and they appear to be very popular ,cant say i have ever had to change an auto box on one.Engine sensors yes but gearbox?? practicaly bullet proof these engines and transmissions

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