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Unread 06-18-2013, 04:23 PM   #1
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1995 Wrangler 4.0 Transmission

I had a 93 Renegade that got a little to rusty and was able to get a 95 sahara both had 4.0L with Auto trans. My problem is that I never wrote down the vin when I made the swap now I have a transmission that is takin a dump. and I'm not sure which trans it is? All the research I have done on line says that it is a 32RH but I called the dealer to confirm this and they said that there were 3 options. I have not been able to find any options online does anybody know what transmission I have? Again it is a 1995 Jeep Wrangler sahara with 4.0L 3speed automatic. I did go under the vehicle and look for the part number but I believe the front shaft is in my way and I want to order the new trans before I go to my Mechanic. This way I'm only out of a vehicle for a day or two not a whole freakin week or more. Please help me if this is possible.

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Unread 06-18-2013, 04:29 PM   #2
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From FAQ

What kind of transmissions are in the YJ?
1987 - 1989
AX-5 - Aisin 5-speed behind the I4
BA-10/5 - Peugot 5-speed behind the I6
TF999 - TorqueFlight Automatic behind the I6

1989 - 1995
AX-5 - Aisin 5-speed behind the I4
AX-15 - Aisin5-speed behind the I6
TF904 - TorqueFlight Automatic behind the I4 (1994, 1995 only)
TF999 - TorqueFlight Automatic behind the I6
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Unread 06-18-2013, 04:40 PM   #3
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All right I got the part number using a mirror, duct tape and a coat hanger. (lmfao) It's 52118367 Do you know which trans this is? I was told that it's the 31RH?
But all research says that trans was not used in that year Jeep Wrangler? LOL THIS STUFF is confusing.
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Unread 06-18-2013, 04:46 PM   #4
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If you know your tranny is OEM, then like Leans said. Otherwise, it is absolutely possible something happened to it after it rolled off the factory line. Which case... Provide pictures of the transmission. I am certain an auto tranny guru from the forum will be able to identify it. (not I)
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