All this after pulling someone free from the mud, I lost neutral and reverse. Last is just to reverse all these procedures, making sure everything is nice and tight. If changing the solenoid doesn't work, reply here and keep in touch. This includes all parts that are in Sealed Plastic. The bolts have their way of working themselves out and falling into the pan if you leave them lose.
Then carefully cut the wire ties. One question, what tranny problems were you having? I removed shift and kickdown linkage from outside tranny case, removed the neutral safety switch and unplugged the wiring harness from connection and then removed 10 11mm bolts holding v-body in and like you said just push down on the electric connection and work the valve body down until you can get to the shifter arm that is connected to the v-body. I was planning on replacing the entire harness but can see that it will be chore. We are here to help and stand behind all of the products we sell. I pulled the tranny out of a 2001 wj and put in my 99 wj, and I am getting the same exact symptom. I can put it in D, it drives in 3rd gear, but i can downshift to 2nd manually, and slam it into first from neutral at a stop.
One day I hope to make it to a grand slam event and meet some of you people! My problems are way off the charts and don't really follow this thread. All returns must have prior company approval and authorization, with conformation email from Transmission Parts Now. Do yourself a favor and make sure the bolts are tight, they like to work themselves loose. Even so, it only took about an hour to fix. Is this true or I can just replace the 2000 Gov.
You probably don't need to change the harness, so it's just a few screws to swap the solenoids and sensor. On earlier models, the solenoid has a clip holding it in which must be removed first. One is a three prong sensor by the shift linkage, and it has two bare wires where the insulation is torn but it looks like it goes into the socket still. The unit is held on with three T25 bolts. And, if you remember, what did it smell like? Write a headline for your review here: Write your review here: Your email: We promise to never spam you, and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer. I have changed the tranny fluid and filter. It's best to work the retainer plate back on while the governor body is out, it can be a bit tricky, have patience.
Any questions or revisions just post. No splicing, just simple clips to plug in. Thanks for any info you all can give me! I have a 96 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo with the 4. Bit of a pain on mine, 94, since I had the older 4-wire harness and they only sell the 5-wire now, so had to also drop the valve body to route the new harness up to the transmission hole. Got it done today, decided to drop valve body and replace all wiring to overdrive solenoid.
Report back, we'll try to help. As said, one of them is different if you have a newer or older 42re I think 200+ is a different style. Once it's off, on the later models you can simply pull both the sensor and the solenoid straight out. A 20% restocking and handling fee will be applied to all returnable items. How do you rate this product? If you have an autozone,advance auto in your area. If you don't replace the harness all you do is unplug it at the solenoid pack and plug in the replacement and you're done. You'll need to drop the valve body.
Let me know and i'll see what I can type up if you decide. On my 99 and 02 however it routes right under the vb so it was too much of a headache to worry about it. It will come with the new solenoid pack but it's a bitch to change. Of course, after having dropped the transmission twice to rebuild the engine, then fix the oil pump seals on the transimssion 1000 km later, this was the time I managed to knock the transmission pan magnet on the floor and it broke into a hundred pieces. When I did mine, I used the stock wiring.
All returns must have prior company approval and authorization. Also, the advice on here was out of the norm, or actually from experience unlike the other sites i'm on. You'll be like half an hour as long as you get the right parts. I also wish I had a schematic of the grounds so I can make sure they are all attached in the correct locations since this was a complete swap. This is a much more complicated procedure that involves removing the throttle body. Our liability under this warranty is limited to replacing or crediting the original purchase price of any part found to be defective.
Seeing as your only throwing codes for the solenoid pack, I'd take a gamble and assume your wiring is okay but it's up to you. Enter your name: optional Enter the code below: This product hasn't received any reviews yet. I figured it was the governor pressure sensor inside the tranny. It should be on like, a ball and socket type deal. Just pull the dipstick and look.
Or some people have had good luck with. This problem seems more common than I thought, so I figured I'd help some people out who need a visual before they get to working on it. Then after that, I may but I hope not do yet a different writeup all associated to the same problem hah. If you don't replace the wiring harness do you just splice the wires with regular but connectors or do you need a better connections. I have seen one in a dakota that you did not need to drop the valve body to replace it so you may be in luck.