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Need to know if a jeep transmission from a 1999 xj bolt in and shift if put into a 1995 xj?

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  • jamieproulx Jul 22, 2009

    is there a way i can swop the 1995 transmission wiring harness onto the 1999 transmission to make it fit for the sensors or can i just leave them unplugged

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    It was very helpful! Thank you

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They would bolt in provided your are taking the transmission from an Engine with the same size. A transmission from a 4 liter would bolt in to another 4 liter engine. The Engines from 1984-1996 and 1997-2001 are practically the same. The transmission of the Jeep for these years were from different suppliers. Do the swap with the same engine size with these types of vehicles as a rule of thumb.

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These pages cover the transmissions used in Jeeps over the years. Transmissions are arranged by the most recently introduced transmissions first.
Factory Transmissions 45RFE: The 45RFE four speed automatic transmission was used in 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokees with 4.7L engines. 46RE: The 46RE four speed automatic transmission was used in 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokees with 5.9L engines.
44RE: The 44RE four speed automatic transmission was used in 1996 to 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee's with 5.2L engines.
42RE: The 42RE four speed automatic transmission was used in 1993.3 to 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokees with 4.0L engines.
46RH: The 46RH four speed automatic transmission was used in 1993 to 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokees with 5.2L engines.
32RH: The 32RH three speed automatic transmission was used in 1992 to 1995 Wrangler with 4.0L engine and it continues to be used in 1997+ Wrangler with 4.0L engine.
30RH: The 30RH three speed automatic transmission was used in 1992 to 1995 Wrangler & 1992 to 1996 Cherokee with 2.5L engine.
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AX-5: The AX-5 (and AX-4, the non-overdrive version) is a light duty 5 speed manual transmission. It was used in all Wranglers from 1987 equipped with the 2.5L I4 engine. It was also used in Cherokees (XJ) and Comanches (MJ) with the 2.8L V6 and 2.5L I4.
BA10/5: The BA 10/5 is a light duty 5 speed manual transmission. It was used in all 4.2L equipped Wranglers (YJ) from 1987 to mid-1989, and all 4.0L Cherokees (XJ) and Comanches (MJ) for the same years.
T-5: The T-5 is a light duty 5 speed transmission used in CJs from 1982 until 1986. It was also found in some 84-85 Cherokees (XJ).
TF727: The TF 727 is a heavy duty 3 speed automatic used in full sized Jeeps (SJs and J series pickups) from 1980-1983. From 1984-1992 the 727 was only used in these trucks with the AMC 360 V8.
999: The 999 is a medium duty 3 speed automatic used in CJs from 1980-1986. It was also used in 1984-1990 SJs and J pickups with the 4.2L engine, in the YJ from 1987-1991 with the 2.5L and 4.2L engine, and in the XJ and MJ through 1986.
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T-176, T-177, T-178: The T-176, T-177, and T-178 are a medium duty four speed manual transmission used in Jeep CJs, SJs, and J pickups from 1980-1986.
T-150: The T-150 is the 3 speed manual transmission that was used in CJs from 1976 to 1979.
T-18: The T-18 is a heavy duty four speed used in Jeeps from 1971 until 1981. It was only used in the CJ from 1971-1979.
T-15: The T-15 was used only in V8 equipped CJs and Jeep trucks from 1972 to 1975.
TH400: The TH 400 is a heavy duty three speed automatic that was used in CJs with the BW 13-39 transfer case from 1976-1979. The TH 400 was also used in full sized Jeeps (SJs and J series pickups) from the late 60s until 1979.
T-14: he T-14 is a three speed transmission used with the "Dauntless" Buick V6 and AMC I6 from 1967 to 1975.
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T-98: The T-98 varies only slightly from the T-18. It was used from the 50s until 1970 in different Jeeps.
T-90: The T-90 was the standard three speed for CJ and their military counterparts built from 1945 until 1971. It was also the standard transmission for Willys Wagons, Willys Pickups, FC trucks, and Jeepster/Commandos during this time period.
T-84: The T-84 is a light duty three speed used in MBs and GPWs during WWII

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Electronics / wiring / Transmission


You have two sensor in the transmisson which is the in put and out put speed sensor, and is located on the left side of the transmission. 
They are the primary input to the transmission control module which control your shift point and speedometer.
They are easy to replace and only held on by one bolt. Disconnect the wire connector and then the bolt. 
Replaceing is in revers and replace any fluid lost. If you could get it to the parts store and have the truck scaned, they could tell if you need both sensor or only one. Before you go out to the parts store, check the wire connections to see if there lose or broken which may be the cause of your trasmission problem.
Good luck and hope this helps and saves you some money

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