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Transmission Can you change types of transmissions in a 2001 4x4 to a heavier duty transmission without any other modifications?

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    after switching transmissions noticing electrical problems

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    noticing electrical problems after switching transmissions

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Not without changing your control modules and quite possibly your wiring harness.

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