oke guys I did replace this switch.
what you need is:
-1 or 2 court of tranny fluid
-1" socket does not have to be deep
- quick hands
here is how it went : the switch is just a simple screw in switch so it`s easy to unscrew with the 1" socket . now when yuo take the old one out you have to have the new one real close becouse soon as u take the old one out the tranny fluid is gonna start to run out . be quick couse if you`re not you lose lots of fluid. screw the new in and make it tight .(no specs on that one) now when I had to put the connector back on I had to use a small hammer couse I could not push it back on.
NOTE : if you want to change the tranny fluid and filter by yourself
you can drain most of the fluid right thru there and then take the tranny pan off. I dont have a drain plug on mine so this comes pretty handy.
this was done on a `96 Jeep GrandCherokee Laredo , allwheel drive , automatic , 4.0 inline 6 cilynder