What problems did you have with the old transmission ? Did you adjust the Transmission cable on the throttle body ? Have you tried a different Transmission Control Unit (TCU) ?
The automatic transmission cable may need minor adjustment for proper operation.
Early model JEEPS have a clip on the transmission cable sleeve were it snaps onto the support bracket.
Pull the clip up with a small Flathead screwdriver, feed the slack in the cable into the sleeve and
push the clip back down to lock the adjustment in place.
Late model JEEPS have a half round push button cable lock. Push the half round button located
on the back of the bracket near the throttle body and push some of the cable into the sleeve. From
the drivers seat, with the engine OFF, push the gas pedal all the way to the floor.
You may have to adjust the automatic transmission cable a couple of times for correct transmission operation.
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