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post #46 of 56 Old 01-30-2012, 08:41 PM
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It was less than 15$ to buy the pan and magnet that I added a drain bung/ future temp sensor too. Mine was the old style but it's gone now. Defiantly a good buy just to have it ready for the filter and fluid change.


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post #47 of 56 Old 11-05-2012, 02:59 PM
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just called the dealer and the pan is $50 now, oh well, still not too bad


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just called the dealer and the pan is $50 now, oh well, still not too bad
Sounds like YOUR dealer is charging $50... some dealers try to push full MSRP prices on their customers as yours did. But most of them will discount their prices if you laugh at the first price they quote and push them to discount it to a more reasonable discounted price.

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it's great living by Chicago. called 4 stealerships, none will go below $46. the last one stated that cost is $38 and they have never been below that price

anyone wanna make $10 and ship me one from a location that is more reasonable


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post #50 of 56 Old 02-16-2014, 10:32 AM
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BUMP-Online price $6.21

http://www.factorymopar.com/?i=2&mak...30476&fl_id=43

Bought mine here. $6.21 for the pan, $16.30 for the filter and $4.58 for the magnet. Shipping was a little high at like $13.50 but still cheaper for the whole ball of wax than your "stealer-ships".
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Bought mine here. $6.21 for the pan, $16.30 for the filter and $4.58 for the magnet. Shipping was a little high at like $13.50 but still cheaper for the whole ball of wax than your "stealer-ships".
I hope he already has one. Because his post was in 2012. Although that price is pretty good, I think I paid like $13 for mine a couple years ago at my local dealer. I do hate how they get you on the magnet. The one from the old pan is a slightly different size...whats up with that!!???

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Bought mine here. $6.21 for the pan, $16.30 for the filter and $4.58 for the magnet. Shipping was a little high at like $13.50 but still cheaper for the whole ball of wax than your "stealer-ships".
Today I have the trans fluid and filter replaced. The fluid smelt burnt and it was suggested to add at drain bung. Then every time I get an oil change I can change half of the trans fluid. Today's price for the pan is $34.28 at the above link. Put in the p/n 52852912AC.

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I will try to answer this since TF7 hasn't posted since September. From what I remember from inside the pan on my 06 there is a hill, and the large magnet sits around that hill like a donut on a ring toss game. I think in the pictures you can see the the old pan has a recess on the inside that the smaller magnet fits in. This recess looks like someone glued a silver dollar on the bottom of the pan and painted over it
This makes sense that you cant use the old magnet, because the center hole (if it even has one) is not big enough to go around the half ping pong ball sized hill in the 06 pan.
I know this is an old thread, but I just noticed my '06 has the old style magnet, not the doughnut. Did I miss something?

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... One positive side effect is that I discovered my transmission was overfilled by at least a quart. Got that squared away and my 42RLE is running MUCH better...
To revive an old thread with a new question...

Are you saying putting in a bit more ATF causes problems? My Jeep shop mechanic always puts in a bit more ATF when I do a full ATF change. I don't recall how much but something like it's supposed to take 3.8 containers and he puts in 4. He says he noticed it fits and things run better, above is the first time I heard it could be worse.

Also has anyone heard of 42RLE pan covers that come with temperature probes installed, or if they go into a mount with the mount installed?
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To revive an old thread with a new question...

Are you saying putting in a bit more ATF causes problems? My Jeep shop mechanic always puts in a bit more ATF when I do a full ATF change. I don't recall how much but something like it's supposed to take 3.8 containers and he puts in 4. He says he noticed it fits and things run better, above is the first time I heard it could be worse.

Also has anyone heard of 42RLE pan covers that come with temperature probes installed, or if they go into a mount with the mount installed?
He is saying overfilling helps with the 42RLE and I completely agree. I always overfill by a full quart.

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This is something interesting to consider. I am going to fabricate or modify an OEM transmission skid to work with this pan.
http://www.yourcovers.com/transpan_11044.php
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