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42re externial plug locations

I have an open plug i cant find where it plugs into

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The transmission has 3 plugs on drivers side a 3 pin round plug for neutral safety and back up lamps just behind and above it a rectangular plug for the internal shift solenoids then on tail shaft is a 2 pin oval shape plug output shaft speed sensor.

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why not get a shop to find the location save life and limb.

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Will the 42re4 from 2000 wj have the same electronic plugs as a1999 wj

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nor engine size stated, or trans box name.

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wont, implies and A/t box. which one?

the 42RE.? (ill answer for this box)

keep in mind, im blind, i cant open car, nor drive it.

nor see under that hood.

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click WJ here. \' (end of my post)

then click trans case 2

see that and the 2 transmissions>

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