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I am wondering if a jeep aw4 transmission from a 2000 model fit into a 95 jeep cherokee? What will I need to do to get it to fit?

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  • jamieproulx Jul 22, 2009

    Will it still bolt up??? And shift?

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Thes units are not compatible unfortunately they changed the electrical computer control modules and the sensor feedback.

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