Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Since you have the die hard, can not kill 4.0, I believe this mated with the 42RE transmission. My understanding It use's a single sensor (located on the overdrive gear case, over the park gear).The 42RE transmissions use a single sensor (located on the overdrive gear case, over the park gear). The 42RE transmissions use a single sensor (located on the overdrive gear case, over the park gear).
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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