Without any mods, NO you need a stand alone computer to run 42RLE. Powertrain control solutions will build you one. You need the original wires from the tranny to the fire wall . Send the wires to them and they will marry it to their computer. I want to do the same thing. I would buy a tranny and Tcase as a unit out of a wreck then the splines will be correct. Jeep used several shaft lengths and splines. Don, virgo6281@Yahoo.com
It is a 42RLE.
The 32RH is a 3-speed tranny, with no overdrive.
No. The control computers are not interchangeable.
What year is it 02 - mid 03 have a 45rfe any after have a 42rle
if 3spd auto with a 4.0 L I-6 32RH otherwise im not sure
np-231 transfer case and ax-15 5 speed transmission The automatic is called an A500 or 32RH
No. You have a 32RH transmission. It is a 3-speed automatic with a lockup torque converter, no overdrive gear.
Chrysler ATF+4. Works for both 4cyl (30RH) and 6cyl(32RH)
* 30RH-Automatic Transmission 3 Speed * 32RH-Automatic Transmission 3 Speed * 3550-Manual Transmission 5 Speed * AISIN-Manual Transmission 5 Speed
Most Likely it is a 45RFE. The 2003 and on have a 42RLE. The 45 will handle more torque. It was used in Dodge trucks and Grand Cherokee.
Manual is a AX15, automatic is a 32RH (a904)