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post #1 of 16 Old 09-10-2010, 11:13 AM Thread Starter
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Jeep transmission identification sources?

Does anyone have any resources in identifying a automatic Jeep transmissions.
The only numbers I can see on it are the casting numbers and they are 393-2

I dont see any other numbers. If someone could help me I would greatly appreicate it. I tried to google them, but didnt come up with anything.

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post #2 of 16 Old 09-10-2010, 11:18 AM
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Have you tried emailing your VIN number to Jeep via their website or visiting a local dealer w/ VIN in hand. They can tell you what it was built with. That is if you are sure there was no tranny swap!
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Actually this is from a tranny I just bought and had shipped to me. I just wanted to verify it was the right one. Im not savvy enough to tell just by looking at it.
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What trans is it supposed to be, and from what vehicle? Novak has some auto info most GM and the AW4 is in there.
http://www.novak-adapt.com/knowledge...on_gateway.htm
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32rh

I also just found another set of numbers: 734281 and I think there might be something before the 7, but I cant make it out.
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1997 part # is 04883727AA


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If you cannot find anymore indentifying numbers, can you post a pic of the tranny?

The 32RH I had in my TJ had the numbers "393-1" stamped on the bellhousing.

There are some pics of my 32RH here:

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/re...3/#post4211448
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Here is one, the plug is in a different location than yours for #1.


I have a feeling they sent me the wrong tranny. They couldnt tell me what year it was out of either besides a 97-02.
I pulled the torque converter and it had 3 sets of numbers. I havent had a chance to look those up yet. There are:
f596
3344
k389b
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Here is one, the plug is in a different location than yours for #1.


I have a feeling they sent me the wrong tranny. They couldnt tell me what year it was out of either besides a 97-02.
I pulled the torque converter and it had 3 sets of numbers. I havent had a chance to look those up yet. There are:
f596
3344
k389b
Take a look at the image I posted and give us a pic of it drivers side.

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98 Jeep ZJ Laredo 4.0L, Auto, Stock Totaled, parted out and scrapped
96 Jeep XJ Sport, parted out and scrapped

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It looks like a 32RH to me.

What plug do you think is different? The crank position sensor on the top of the bellhousing looks correct.

Any luck with the identification numbers that brunosplace mentioned and provided the pic for?
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The plug at the top of the housing is the only plug on the whole transmission. I thought there would be one for the lockup torque converter as well. Even though I dont have a Jeep originally equipped with a 32rh I heard that it was 12v and I could just run a toggle to it or something.

So how many electrical connections should a 32rh have?
I left the tranny at work thinking I would have to send it back, so I cant get anymore pictures until at least Sunday.
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On the drivers side it should have a 3 pin connection (it will look like a sensor) which is the park/neutral safety switch, and then a smaller 2 pin connector for the converter clutch solenoid towards the rear of the drivers side. Neither will have a pigtail like the CPS does.

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98 Jeep ZJ Laredo 4.0L, Auto, Stock Totaled, parted out and scrapped
96 Jeep XJ Sport, parted out and scrapped

Tummy Tuck without a body lift. Finished!!

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Sorry it took me so long to get back to this, one of my kids brought home strep throat and I was the lucky recipient.
Upon further inspection of the tranny I have only found two electrical connectors. One being the sensor in the bellhousing, and then another shown in this picture.



Can this still be a 32rh out of a TJ with only this one two pin connector?

Thanks again for the help..
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that is the t/c lockup connector in the pic, I'll try to get you a pic of the other conector tonight.
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that is the t/c lockup connector in the pic, I'll try to get you a pic of the other conector tonight.
Thanks bud I would appreciate that.
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