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SwatCop 12-11-2010 11:02 PM

Transmission swap 44RE to 46RH questions
 
I'm doing a complete teardown and rebuild of my YJ. The previous owner had done a complete V8 engine swap along with the auto transmission and an NP249 transfer case from a 1996 Cherokee 5.2.

So I think I have figured out which transmission it has (please correct me if I am wrong) I believe the transmission I am dealing with is a 44RE (it has electronic connectors all over it but none are used) I have tried doing some research and it looks like the 44RE will not work correctly since it is an electronic controlled transmission.

I have also heard that the 46RH transmission is basically the same transmission but it is all hydrolic type system. Again please correct me if I am wrong here...

I had already decided to go with an NP231 transfer on my project but now I am thinking about swapping the transmission to the 46RH. So my question is; if I switch to a 46RH will the NP231 bolt up to it? I figure this will be the easiest way to do things since I don't have any electronics to run the 44RE.

Any help on this would be great!!!

SwatCop 12-12-2010 12:43 AM

Oh I forgot the other reason I was asking this question... Will there be any overall length difference in this swap? If there is any difference in the lenght I am not going to be able to do the swap since the angles bad enough now.

echolima 09-19-2013 10:24 AM

Well im actually looking to do the same thing in my 96 zj. Id profer to have the trans that can handle being put through some crap just need to know if it will be a bolt on job of do i need to modify my 318 to or the bellhousing to fit or such things.
And if anyone has a 46rh there looking to get ride of.
Manuel trans please. Or what i need to build my own.
Im fairly new to the world of jeeps and building them


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