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Is it possible to convert a 1984 CJ7 with a 258 from manual to automatic?

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2004-11-12 10:16:41
2004-11-12 10:16:41

It is not easy but do-able. It is easiest and cheapest if you can find a doner vehicle that will furnish all parts required.

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