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What has to be done to a 24V 47re to make it work in a 12V?

Isn't it just switching out the valve body? And how hard is this to do assuming the trans has already been pulled?

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I really need an answer here.
 

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Come on people help me here. This is very important and I need to know asap. I know someone has an answer for me.
 

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Bump again. :thud:
 

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The re is electronic, the rh is hydrolic, I would think you would need the wiring to control the re, not sure I just know someone that switched from a 6-speed to a auto and went with a rh cause of that reason.
 

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What year 47RE trans? The 98 12 valve is a 47RE Trans. The 00 model year is the change in valve body harness. That would be a direct replacement. You may have to adjust the t.v cable but you should be able to just install it. But if the 47RE is newer than 00 then you have to change the valve body harness or just swap out the valve body's.:thumbsup
 

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It is out of a 98 24V. So all that I need to do is change out the valve body?

Your post confused me a little.

EDIT: Now I see what you're saying I believe. I should be able to just install the trans as it is, correct?
 

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It is out of a 98 24V. So all that I need to do is change out the valve body?

Your post confused me a little.

EDIT: Now I see what you're saying I believe. I should be able to just install the trans as it is, correct?
Yes. If you do run into a shifting concern and can not fix it with a very little and I mean very little t.v. cable adjustment then swap out the two valve body's.The biggest Difference was the T/C from the two motors. The 24 valve produced a little more low end torque so they had a different T/C for it. But that was stock motor to stock motor from Dodge.
 

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Thank you very much! Exactly what I needed to know.
 

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Your welcome and let me know if you need anymore help:thumbsup
 
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