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Old 07-16-2016, 04:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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AW4 stand alone harness?

I have seen a few threads here and there about AW4 swaps into TJs, etc, but am wondering if anyone has done a complete standalone using TCU? I want to install the transmission into a carb'ed CJ7 with minimal connections. I'm hoping for a wiring diagram that doesn't include PCM, etc. Thanks.

I have a '99 AW4 with appropriate connectors and TCU. Just need enought to get wired together for TCU-controlled operation.
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Old 07-16-2016, 05:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That doesnt accomplish my goal, does it? I want complete auto operation as it did in the XJ (I can add selectable manual), and I thought that the Radesign was a full manual?
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I have talked to a couple of diesel swap guys who have accomplished what you wish. They just modified the stock harness, I know nothing of the specifics. Yes my stuff is full manual only.
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As I understand it, your system utilizes the solenoids and switches them appropriately relative to shifter location? Like I could do, only in a much better package than I can do it?
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As I understand it, your system utilizes the solenoids and switches them appropriately relative to shifter location? Like I could do, only in a much better package than I can do it?
I have manual shift controllers, heavy duty replacement factory shifters as well as Winters shifters I modify with custom control parts to make a all in one manual shift unit.
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