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Old 02-01-2012, 08:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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46re/h help?

so i figure if i want to get the answer im looking for you guys in here are prolly gonna have it so thanks in advance for any help

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I have a 90 ranger the drive train is swapped from a 96 ram 1500 5.9 magnum tranny axles half the frame basterdised i know but it was free and available so it happened lol

the transmission is the 46re easy enough to figure out its giving up on me im just a cheap ass and dont wanna rebuild it right now if at all possible. i also have a 94 grand cherokee im building has the 46rh transmission so the question is there a fisable way to swap them or am i gonna create more problems than what im fixing
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Old 02-01-2012, 01:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The Jeep uses a shorter output shaft and adapter housing, the starter is also on the other side of the motor. You could swap internals but at that point you would be better off getting a rebuild kit, they are ~100.00 + solenoids. Even with a rebuilt converter you should not be over 250.00 total if you do it yourself. As long as the Hard parts are good that is.
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Doesnt the gc tranny have a lower stall speed lockup/hill decent or is that bs for engine braking?
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The Jeep uses a shorter output shaft and adapter housing, the starter is also on the other side of the motor. You could swap internals but at that point you would be better off getting a rebuild kit, they are ~100.00 + solenoids. Even with a rebuilt converter you should not be over 250.00 total if you do it yourself. As long as the Hard parts are good that is.
Any idea of the length difference between the Jeep and Dodge 46RE? I can't find the answer anywhere.
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Old 02-03-2012, 11:02 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The rh is all mechanical with electronic shifted over drive and tc lock up. The re is the same but is electronic controlled govnor. You would need a computer to get it to shift 1-2-3 also. I would rebuild the re its easy.
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