I was wondering what it would take to pull an automatic transmission out of a 2005 TJ Rocky Mountain Edition and install a manual instead.
I've been asking around and the general consensus is that it would be cheaper just to trade up for a manual. I certainly don't know everything about Jeeps but that seemed improbable. I figured I'd ask around this forum and see if anyone knew.
I have an interest in keeping it because, one, It's a 2005 and I've been away a lot since I purchased it, so it only has just about 80,000 miles on it. Two, it's paid off. Three, I've rerouted the power to the fogs from the faulty stem switch to a toggle on the dash and I don't know how that will affect the resale. I also don't want to pay to fix it, just so I can resell it. Four, it's a RME, and forgive my ignorance if I'm wrong, but my understanding is they're a bit more rare.
I can't do pics or retrieve info from it because I'm away from it now but I'll answer any questions I can as quickly and accurately as possible.