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6 Common 42RLE Problems Which Transmission Repair Shop Can Fix Your Jeep Wrangler

Posted by Candy Lai on

Jeep Wrangler 42RLE Automatic Transmission is also called the Chrysler 42RLE, A606 or Ultradrive. Not only for Wrangler, it is also used in Liberty, Jeep JK Wranglers (2007 to 2013), TJ/TJL Wranglers (2003 to 2006), dodge charger, challenger, and ram 1500. Chrysler recalled around 250,000 vehicles equipped with 42RLE transmission in November 2005. The cup plug that was supposed to hold the park anchor shaft was not properly installed. To solve this uncertain risk and prevent the potential injury, dealers were instructed to install a bracket to make sure the parking anchor shaft can stay in the correct position. The 42RLE Transmission has some...

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Different PCM design on Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L V8

Posted by MIchel Chen on

Different PCM (Powertrain Control Module) Design on Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L V8 There are two types of PCMs (Powertrain Control Module): JTEC and NGC. JTEC is the older controller, and NGC is the newer controller. There is an easy way to tell the two apart: an NGC. PCM has four connectors on it because it integrates the TMC (Transmission Control Module), while the JTEC has three connectors on it because it uses a separate TCM

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