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Parts list:

1X AW4 (Must be a 23 spline, found in 91 and up XJ's


behind the 4.0, as well as select ZJ's in early 93)
1X Torque converter from an aw4
1X Flex plate from an aw4
1X Dustshield from an aw4 *53005907 AND 53004908*
1X TCM from same year XJ
3X connectors for TCM (there are two - one gray and one
black - that connect to the body of the transmission and
one that connects to the TCM)
4X Torque converter bolts (flex plate bolts are the same
for both setups) *34202497*
1X AW4 shifter cable bracket *53007746*
1X AW4 Shifter cable *5207 8452*
1X AW4 Shifter bezel *55033646
1X Aw4 floor shifter for a 93 ZJ with the AW4
*53007749*
1X Tcase shifter bracket on the Transmission body
*52077509* (I ended up not using this, I went with a
Novak shifter kit for the 231 instead.
1X Cross member from a 93-95 ZJ (be sure to get the
bolt that holds the mount onto it)
1X Cross member trans mount *52018857* (I bought
from Advanced Auto PN - 621049)
1X Crank Position sensor (This one is tricky, you need to
buy one out of an XJ, but you need to buy one out of the
same year vehichle that you have. I have a 96, so I
bought one from a 96 XJ with an Advance Auto part
number of AL2017. This is due to the connectors, for
some reason they changed them from year to year, but
kept them the same across the board for the ZJ and XJ at
least in 1996)
Assorted fittings for the cooler lines - I used the stock
lines that came with the AW4 and spliced in soft lines
I installed an auxillary cooler in line after the stock cooler
on the radiator - This isn't necessary but heat is the
easiest way to kill a transmission
Driveshafts - I am using a driveshaft that is off a zj with
the 42re and the 242. I tried to use a front driveshaft of
a zj with the 42re and the 242, and it was too long; even
after compressing it all the way, it couldn't even fit
between the yokes. Another edit - The front driveshaft
from an XJ with the aw4 and 4.0 WILL NOT fit, it only
allows less than half an inch of travel, which isn't near
enough.

Parts to reuse from your 42RE:


Flex plate bolts and spacer
Starter
Some bellhousing bolts, but you're going to have to buy
some shorter bolts or get the ones off the aw4 equipped
vehicle.
Crossmember bolts to "frame" rails
Wiring

Alright, now this part of the swap I can't take credit for,
although I have modified it ever so slightly to work with
the ZJ. The following is copied DIRECTLY from Stu
Olsen's Jeep site located at http://www.stu-
offroad.com/index.asp.
For the GRAY 8 prong connector from
the Transmission body -

Pin 1 TRS 1-2 Sense - This is a violet


with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 21 on
the TCM plug. (Also known as TRS T42 sense). It's
purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 21 on the TCM letting
the TCM know that the shifter is in the 1-2 range.

Pin 2 TRS 3 Sense - This is a violet wire. It needs to


connect to Pin 9 on the TCM plug. It's purpose is to apply
12 volts to pin 9 on the TCM telling the TCM that the
shifter is in the 3 range.

Pin 3 Fused Ignition Switch Output (Run-Start) - This is a


white wire. When you turn on the key to the run or start
mode this sends power to the TRS. The TRS then uses
this power to send signals to the TCM indicating what
range the shifter is in. This will tie into the wire bundle
coming out of the TJ PCM on connector 1 pin A2.

Pin 4 TRS Overdrive Sense - This is a light green with


black stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 22 on the
TCM plug. It's purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 22 on
the TCM telling the TCM that the shifter is in the OD
range.

Pin 5 (Not used)


Pin 6 TRS Reverse Sense - This is a brown with light
green stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 18 on the
TCM plug. It's purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 18 on
the TCM telling the TCM that the shifter is in the reverse
range. (Also known as Back Up Lamp Feed)

Pin 7 Park/Neutral Position Switch Sense - This is a black


with white stripe wire. It's purpose is to ground the
Park/Neutral circuit on the TJ harness when you shift into
Park or Neutral so that the starter relay can be engaged
which in turn allows the motor to be started. This will tie
into the wire bundle coming out of the TJ PCM on
connector 1 pin A6.

Pin 8 Ground - This is the ground necessary to complete


the Park/Neutral circuit. It will tie into the wire bundle
coming out of the TJ PCM on connector 1 pin 31 or 32.

BLACK 8 prong from the transmission body -

Pin 1 Input Speed Sensor Signal - This is a red with black


stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 2 on the TCM plug.
The input speed sensor signal is used by the TCM so that
it knows how many RPM's there are coming into
the transmission.

Pin 2 Transmission Solenoid B - This is an orange


with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 13 on
the TCM plug. The solenoids are used by the TCM to shift
the transmission.
Pin 3 Transmission Solenoid A - This is a white wire. It
needs to connect to Pin 12 on the TCM plug. The
solenoids are used by the TCM to shift the transmission.

Pin 4 Transmission Solenoid C (Lockup) - This is a dark


blue with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 11
on the TCM connector. The TCM uses this solenoid to
engage and disengage the lockup.

Pin 5 Input Speed Sensor Ground - This is a violet with


light green stripe. It needs to connect to Pin 1 on the
TCM plug. It completes input speed sensor circuit.

Pin 6 Output Speed Sensor Ground - This is a dark blue


with black stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 3 on the
TCM plug. It completes the output speed sensor circuit.

Pin 7 Output Speed Sensor Signal - This is a light green


with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 4 on the
TCM plug. The output speed sensor signal is used by the
TCM so that it knows how many RPM's there are coming
out of the transmission.

Pin 8 (Not used)

BLACK 26 prong connector to TCM

Pin 1 Input Speed Sensor Ground - This is a violet with


light green stripe. It needs to connect to Pin 5 on the
black 8 way plug. It completes input speed sensor circuit

Pin 2 Input Speed Sensor Signal - This is a red with black


stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 1 on the black 8
way plug. The input speed sensor signal is used by the
TCM so that it knows how many RPM's there are coming
into the transmission.

Pin 3 Output Speed Sensor Ground - This is a dark blue


with black stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 6 on the
black 8 way plug. It completes the output speed sensor
circuit.

Pin 4 Output Speed Sensor Signal - This is a light green


with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 7 on the
black 8 way plug. The output speed sensor signal is used
by the TCM so that it knows how many RPM's there are
coming out of the transmission.

Pin 5 (Not used)

Pin 6 CCD BUS (-) (NOT USED!)

Pin 7 CCD BUS (+) (NOT USED!)

Pin 8 (Not used)

Pin 9 TRS T3 Sense (TRS 3 Sense) - This is a violet wire.


It needs to connect to Pin 2 on the gray 8 way plug. It's
purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 9 on the TCM telling
the TCM that the shifter is in the 3 range.

Pin 10 (Not used)

Pin 11 Transmission Solenoid C (Lockup) - This is a dark


blue with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 4
on the black 8 way plug. The TCM uses this solenoid to
engage and disengage the lockup.

Pin 12 Transmission Solenoid A - This is a white wire. It


needs to connect to Pin 3 on the black 8 way plug. The
solenoids are used by the TCM to shift the transmission.

Pin 13 Transmission Solenoid B - This is an orange


with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 2 on the
black 8 way plug. The solenoids are used by the TCM to
shift the transmission.

Pin 14 (Not used)

Pin 15 (Not used)

Pin 16 Sensor Return (Sensor Ground) - This is a brown


with yellow stripe wire. This will tie into the wire bundle
coming out of the TJ PCM on connector 1 pin A4. When
we pull sensor signals off the TJ harness we need to send
to signal ground back to the TJ PCM sensor return. This
completes the circuit the TCM needs to get signals from
the TJ throttle position sensor and brake switch sense
circuits.
Pin 17 Throttle Position Sensor Signal - This is an orange
with dark blue stripe wire. This will tie into the wire
bundle coming out of the TJ PCM on connector 1 pin A23.
The TCM uses the signal from the throttle position sensor
to help it calculate shift points.

Pin 18 Back Up Lamp Feed (TRS Reverse Sense) - This is


a brown with light green stripe wire. It needs to connect
to Pin 6 on the gray 8 way plug. It's purpose is to apply
12 volts to pin 18 on the TCM telling the TCM that the
shifter is in the reverse range.

Pin 19 (Not used)

Pin 20 (Not used)

Pin 21 T42 Sense (TRS 1-2 Sense) - This is a violet


with white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 1 on the
gray 8 way plug. It's purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin
21 on the TCM letting the TCM know that the shifter is in
the 1-2 range.

Pin 22 TRS T1 Sense (TRS Overdrive Sense) - This is a


light green with black stripe wire. It needs to connect to
Pin 4 on the gray 8 way plug. It's purpose is to apply 12
volts to pin 22 on the TCM telling the TCM that the shifter
is in the OD range.

Pin 23 Brake Switch Sense - This is a white with pink


stripe wire. This will tie into the wire bundle coming out
of the TJ PCM on connector 3 pin C24. This allows the
TCM to know when the brakes are being applied.

Pin 24 Ground - This is a black with tan strip wire. This


will tie into the wire bundle coming out of the TJ PCM on
connector 1 pin A31 or A32. Provides a ground for the
TCM.

Pin 25 Fused B (+) - This is a pink 20 gauge wire. Rather


than tear apart the power distribution center I chose to
run this straight to the battery positive terminal. You will
want to use an inline 15A fuse. This wire provides
constant power for the TCM.

Pin 26 Fused Ignition Switch Input (Start-Run) - This is a


dark blue with white stripe wire. When you turn on the
key to the run or start mode this sends power to the
TCM. This will tie into the wire bundle coming out of the
TJ PCM on connector 1 pin A2.

I mounted the TCM under the center console on top of


the airbag computer underneath the armrest portion. I
drilled a hole underneath where the bin in the arm rest is
and ran the wires up along the transmission tunnel, then
up the firewall to the PCM. As for the things that I have
had to adapt to the ZJ, one is that I had to ground the
black with white tracer wire that goes to the pcm
(connector A) with a switch so that I could start it. I need
to do some work with the NSS to not have to ground this
wire as well as get my reverse lamps back. I'll edit this
when I figure these very minor issues figured out.
Wiring - Tying into TJ
harness (Part 1)

So now we know what each connector is for and


where the wires need to go. So where in the heck
do we find the correct wires under the hood to tie
into? That's easy once you've read this!

Here you can see the locations of the PCM


connectors and how they are labeled. Connector 1
has pins labeled Axx, connector 2 has pins labeled
Bxx, and connector 3 has pins labeled Cxx. (We
don't actually tie into any wires that run from
connector 2.)
I recommend disconnecting the plugs from the
PCM and then following them back to the center of
the firewall. Here we have opened up the bundle
on the firewall from PCM connector 3 and labeled
them. You will only need to identify the brake
switch sense wire. (I do not recommend
connecting the CCD bus or SCI transmit wires.
Read more on this later in the article.)

Brake switch sense - This is a white with pink


striped wire. We need to connect pin 23 on the
TCM plug to this wire. Carefully find the wire
and label it. Stu and I stuck a needle into the
wire and then checked it with an ohm meter.
Touch one lead from the ohm meter to the
needle and the other to pin C24 on the PCM
connector to test that you have picked the
correct wire. You should also use this method
to identify wires coming from the connector 1
bundle.
Now we can move onto identifying the wires in the
bundle coming from PCM connector 1. Once again
we need to refer back to the chart to identify the
correct wire color. Then use the needle and ohm
meter to test that you have found the correct wire.
Here are the wires that need to be labeled in this
bundle:

Fused Ignition Switch Output (Start-Run) -


This is a dark blue wire. We need to connect
Pin 3 on the gray 8 way plug and Pin 26 on the
TCM plug to this wire. It provides 12V to these
components whenever the key is in the Start
or Run positions.
Sensor Ground (Sensor Return) - This is a
brown with yellow stripe wire. We need to
connect Pin 16 on the TCM plug to this wire. It
completes the sensor circuits. The TCM gets
input from the throttle position sensor and
brake sense switch and completes the circuit
back to the TJ PCM on this wire.
Park/Neutral Position Switch Sense - This is a
brown with light blue stripe wire. We need to
connect Pin 7 on the gray 8 way connector to
this wire. Whenever the shifter is in the Park or
Neutral position this circuit is completed
allowing the starter relay to be engaged by the
turning the key.
Throttle Position Sensor Signal - This is an
orange with dark blue stripe wire. We need to
connect Pin 17 on the TCM plug to this
wire. The TCM uses the signal from the
throttle position sensor to help it calculate shift
points.
Ground - There are two ground wires coming
from the PCM. They are both black with tan
stripe. We need to connect Pin 24 from the
TCM to either one of these.
Now that we have identified all of the correct wires
lets see what it takes to tie it all together!

Wiring - Tying into TJ


harness (Part 2)
Here we see the location of the AW4 gray and
black 8 way connectors. After the transmission is
installed run these up the firewall on the passenger
side of the motor. This is where they will connect
to the harness you have been making.

Here is the temporary state that the TCM is


suspended in. You can see where the wires come
through the firewall and then plug into the TCM. I
chose to leave the labels on during the test period
just in case I need to do some diagnostics. Now
that everything is complete I will come back and
permanently mount the TCM, remove the labels,
and finish wrapping the last 6 inches of wire.

During the initial testing period we also chose to


use tap style connectors to tap into the TJ wiring.
Now that everything is working correctly we will
solder some pigtails into the TJ harness that will
end at some Molex connectors. Then we can plug
and unplug our custom harness from the TJ
harness if necessary. Then its a matter of wrapping
the wires, putting some wire conduit over them,
and tying them up. When complete it will look as
neat as the factory wiring.

Like I said before, this is only temporary!!!


That completes the temporary wiring portion of the
swap. Let's move on to getting this thing installed!

Wiring diagrams, TRS - Gray


8 way plug

First lets look at the pin diagram of the gray 8 way


connector coming from the Transmission Range
Sensor.

We have seven wires coming from the TRS. Lets


sort them out. The wires coming out of the TRS
are different colors than those on the harness side.
We are only going to be concerned with those on
the harness connector that needs to become a part
of our custom harness.

Pin 1 TRS 1-2 Sense - This is a violet with


white stripe wire. It needs to connect to Pin 21
on the TCM plug. (Also known as TRS T42
sense). It's purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin
21 on the TCM letting the TCM know that the
shifter is in the 1-2 range.
Pin 2 TRS 3 Sense - This is a violet wire. It
needs to connect to Pin 9 on the TCM plug. It's
purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 9 on the
TCM telling the TCM that the shifter is in the 3
range.
Pin 3 Fused Ignition Switch Output (Run-Start)
- This is a white wire. When you turn on the
key to the run or start mode this sends power
to the TRS. The TRS then uses this power to
send signals to the TCM indicating what range
the shifter is in. This will tie into the wire
bundle coming out of the TJ PCM on connector
1 pin A2.
Pin 4 TRS Overdrive Sense - This is a light
green with black stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 22 on the TCM plug. It's
purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 22 on the
TCM telling the TCM that the shifter is in the
OD range.
Pin 5 (Not used)
Pin 6 TRS Reverse Sense - This is a brown with
light green stripe wire. It needs to connect to
Pin 18 on the TCM plug. It's purpose is to apply
12 volts to pin 18 on the TCM telling the TCM
that the shifter is in the reverse range. (Also
known as Back Up Lamp Feed)
Pin 7 Park/Neutral Position Switch Sense - This
is a black with white stripe wire. It's purpose is
to ground the Park/Neutral circuit on the TJ
harness when you shift into Park or Neutral so
that the starter relay can be engaged which in
turn allows the motor to be started. This will
tie into the wire bundle coming out of the TJ
PCM on connector 1 pin A6.
Pin 8 Ground - This is the ground necessary to
complete the Park/Neutral circuit. It will tie
into the wire bundle coming out of the TJ PCM
on connector 1 pin 31 or 32.
iring diagrams, Solenoids -
Black 8 way plug

This plug is pretty straight forward. All of the pins


on this plug wire to a pin on the TCM plug. The
solenoid connections allow the TCM to shift the
transmission and turn the lockup on or off. The
input and output speed sensors are used by the
TCM to calculate the shift points whether they be
up or down.

Pin 1 Input Speed Sensor Signal - This is a red


with black stripe wire. It needs to connect to
Pin 2 on the TCM plug. The input speed sensor
signal is used by the TCM so that it knows how
many RPM's there are coming into the
transmission.
Pin 2 Transmission Solenoid B - This is an
orange with white stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 13 on the TCM plug. The
solenoids are used by the TCM to shift the
transmission.
Pin 3 Transmission Solenoid A - This is a white
wire. It needs to connect to Pin 12 on the TCM
plug. The solenoids are used by the TCM to
shift the transmission.
Pin 4 Transmission Solenoid C (Lockup) - This
is a dark blue with white stripe wire. It needs
to connect to Pin 11 on the TCM connector.
The TCM uses this solenoid to engage and
disengage the lockup.
Pin 5 Input Speed Sensor Ground - This is a
violet with light green stripe. It needs to
connect to Pin 1 on the TCM plug. It completes
input speed sensor circuit.
Pin 6 Output Speed Sensor Ground - This is a
dark blue with black stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 3 on the TCM plug. It completes
the output speed sensor circuit.
Pin 7 Output Speed Sensor Signal - This is a
light green with white stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 4 on the TCM plug. The output
speed sensor signal is used by the TCM so that
it knows how many RPM's there are coming out
of the transmission.
Pin 8 (Not used)
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http://www.stu-off98 TJ and
AW-4 Transmission Swap WI
know from doing my AW4 swap that the wiring changes
from 98' up. When I was getting parts together I got a
TCU and connectors from a 97' AW4 and they would not
work with the wiring harness I had already made.
This is the link to Tim Doumit's AW4 swap on Stu's site.
He had a 97' and the wiringshould be the same as yours.

http://stu-offroad.com/engine/aw-4a/aw-4a-1.htm

Worst case you can use Stu's wiring list to cross


reference the wires to your 97'

http://stu-offroad.com/engine/aw-4/TJ-
AW4WiringList.pdf

If I was you I would look for the black and gray


connectors from a 98-01 XJ. This way the wires at least
match across the connectors. With these you could get
your wiringcomplete. I have wiring diagrams from
multiple years so I'll see what I can find for you.

It's a great swap and I love mine. Other than goofing off
in the snow I haven't had a real chance to go off

iring Diagram
road with it yet.

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Connector Pin Color
Description Connector Pin
Color Trans Range Sensor
Gray - 8 pin 1 VT/WT TRS 1-
2 sense +12V when in 1-2
range TCU 21 VT/WT 2 VT
TRS 3 sense +12V when in 3
range TCU 9 VT 3 WT Fused
ignition switch output (run-
start) PCM Black A2
RD/LG 4 LG/BK TRS 4 sense
+12V when in overdrive range
TCU 22 LG/BK 5 empty 6
BR/LG TRS reverse sense
TCU 18 BR/LG 7 BK/WT
Park/Neutral position switch
sense PCM - Black A6 BR/LB
8 BK Ground PCM Black
A31 BK/TN FROM TO
Connector Pin Color
Description Connector Pin
Color Trans Control Assm
Black 8 pin 1 RD/BK Input
speed sensor signal TCU 2
RD/BK 2 OR/WT
Transmission solenoid B TCU
13 OR/WT 3 WT
Transmission solenoid A TCU
12 WT 4 DB/WT
Transmission solenoid C (lock
up) TCU 11 DB/WT 5 VT/LG
Input speed sensor ground
TCU 1 VT/LG 6 DB/BK
Output speed sensor ground
TCU 3 DB/BK 7 LG/WT
Output speed sensor signal
TCU 4 LG/WT 8 empty 98
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Connector Pin Color
Description Connector Pin
Color Trans Contol Unit
Black 26 pin 1 VT/LG Input
speed sensor ground TCA -
Black 5 VT/LG 2 RD/BK
Input speed sensor signal
TCA Black 1 RD/BK 3
DB/BK Output speed sensor
ground TCA Black 6
DB/BK 4 LG/WT Output
speed sensor signal TCA
Black 7 LG/WT 5 empty 6
WT/BK CCD buss (-) PCM
Gray C28 WT/BK 7 VT/BR
CCD buss (+) PCM Gray
C30 VT/BR 8 empty 9 VT
TRS 3 sense TRS Gray 2 VT
10 empty 11 DB/WT Solenoid
C TCA - Black 4 DB/WT 12
WT Solenoid A TCA - Black 3
WT 13 OR/WT Solenoid B
TCA - Black 2 OR/WT 14 PK
SCI transmit PCM Gray
C27 PK 15 empty 16 BR/YL
Sensor return Sensor
ground PCM Black A4
BR/YL 17 OR/DB Throttle
position sensor signal PCM
Black A23 OR/DB 18 BR/LG
Backup lamp feed TRS
Reverse sense TRS Gray 6
BR/LG 19 empty 20 empty 21
VT/WT TRS 1-2 sense TRS
Gray 1 VT/WT 22 LG/BK
TRS 4 sense (overdrive)
TRS Gray 4 LG/BK 23
WT/PK Brake switch sense
PCM Gray C24 WT/PK 24
BK/TN Ground PCM - Black
A31 BK/TN 25 PK Fused B+
(via a 15 amp fuse) +
BATTERY - - 26 DB/WT
Fused ignition switch output
(run-start) PCM Black A2
RD/LG 98 TJ and AW-4
Transmission
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Black 26 way plug

Now we dig into the connector that plugs directly


into the Transmission Control Module. It has 26
pins, some of which go the black or gray 8 way
connectors, the TJ harness, and a fused power
source from the battery. Lets take a close look at
what each pin does and where it needs to go.

Pin 1 Input Speed Sensor Ground - This is a


violet with light green stripe. It needs to
connect to Pin 5 on the black 8 way plug. It
completes input speed sensor circuit.
Pin 2 Input Speed Sensor Signal - This is a red
with black stripe wire. It needs to connect to
Pin 1 on the black 8 way plug. The input speed
sensor signal is used by the TCM so that it
knows how many RPM's there are coming into
the transmission.
Pin 3 Output Speed Sensor Ground - This is a
dark blue with black stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 6 on the black 8 way plug. It
completes the output speed sensor circuit.
Pin 4 Output Speed Sensor Signal - This is a
light green with white stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 7 on the black 8 way plug. The
output speed sensor signal is used by the TCM
so that it knows how many RPM's there are
coming out of the transmission.
Pin 5 (Not used)
Pin 6 CCD BUS (-) - This is part of the
information bus used by the XJ TCM and PCM
to share OBD2 information. Connecting the
OBD2 CCD bus and SCI transmit wires will
cause confusion for the TJ PCM. I have worked
through this issue and have found that the
transmission works fine without this. I will go
into more detail on this later in the write up.
Pin 7 CCD BUS (+) - This is part of the
information bus used by the XJ TCM and PCM
to share OBD2 information. Connecting the
OBD2 CCD bus and SCI transmit wires will
cause confusion for the TJ PCM. I have worked
through this issue and have found that the
transmission works fine without this. I will go
into more detail on this later in the write up.
Pin 8 (Not used)
Pin 9 TRS T3 Sense (TRS 3 Sense) - This is a
violet wire. It needs to connect to Pin 2 on the
gray 8 way plug. It's purpose is to apply 12
volts to pin 9 on the TCM telling the TCM that
the shifter is in the 3 range.
Pin 10 (Not used)
Pin 11 Transmission Solenoid C (Lockup) - This
is a dark blue with white stripe wire. It needs
to connect to Pin 4 on the black 8 way plug.
The TCM uses this solenoid to engage and
disengage the lockup.
Pin 12 Transmission Solenoid A - This is a
white wire. It needs to connect to Pin 3 on the
black 8 way plug. The solenoids are used by
the TCM to shift the transmission.
Pin 13 Transmission Solenoid B - This is an
orange with white stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 2 on the black 8 way plug. The
solenoids are used by the TCM to shift the
transmission.
Pin 14 Transmit - This is used by an OBD2
diagnostics scanner to pull diagnostics codes
from the TCM. Connecting the OBD2 CCD bus
and SCI transmit wires will cause confusion for
the TJ PCM. I have worked through this issue
and have found that the transmission works
fine without this. I will go into more detail on
this later in the write up.
Pin 15 (Not used)
Pin 16 Sensor Return (Sensor Ground) - This is
a brown with yellow stripe wire. This will tie
into the wire bundle coming out of the TJ PCM
on connector 1 pin A4. When we pull sensor
signals off the TJ harness we need to send to
signal ground back to the TJ PCM sensor
return. This completes the circuit the TCM
needs to get signals from the TJ throttle
position sensor and brake switch sense circuits.
Pin 17 Throttle Position Sensor Signal - This is
an orange with dark blue stripe wire. This will
tie into the wire bundle coming out of the TJ
PCM on connector 1 pin A23. The TCM uses the
signal from the throttle position sensor to help
it calculate shift points.
Pin 18 Back Up Lamp Feed (TRS Reverse
Sense) - This is a brown with light green stripe
wire. It needs to connect to Pin 6 on the gray 8
way plug. It's purpose is to apply 12 volts to
pin 18 on the TCM telling the TCM that the
shifter is in the reverse range.
Pin 19 (Not used)
Pin 20 (Not used)
Pin 21 T42 Sense (TRS 1-2 Sense) - This is a
violet with white stripe wire. It needs to
connect to Pin 1 on the gray 8 way plug. It's
purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 21 on the
TCM letting the TCM know that the shifter is in
the 1-2 range.
Pin 22 TRS T1 Sense (TRS Overdrive Sense) -
This is a light green with black stripe wire. It
needs to connect to Pin 4 on the gray 8 way
plug. It's purpose is to apply 12 volts to pin 22
on the TCM telling the TCM that the shifter is in
the OD range.
Pin 23 Brake Switch Sense - This is a white
with pink stripe wire. This will tie into the wire
bundle coming out of the TJ PCM on connector
3 pin C24. This allows the TCM to know when
the brakes are being applied.
Pin 24 Ground - This is a black with tan strip
wire. This will tie into the wire bundle coming
out of the TJ PCM on connector 1 pin A31 or
A32. Provides a ground for the TCM.
Pin 25 Fused B (+) - This is a pink 20 gauge
wire. Rather than tear apart the power
distribution center I chose to run this straight
to the battery positive terminal. You will want
to use an inline 15A fuse. This wire provides
constant power for the TCM.
Pin 26 Fused Ignition Switch Input (Start-Run)
- This is a dark blue with white stripe wire.
When you turn on the key to the run or start
mode this sends power to the TCM. This will tie
into the wire bundle coming out of the TJ PCM
on connector 1 pin A2.