Find your Transmission
Best Price Guarantee
We will match or beat any
Remanufactured 45RFE Transmission Price
*Core: Waived for 30 Days
*Shipping: Shipping is free to a commercial address
*Logos are the property of their respective owners
Why Chose Reman-Transmission.com
Question to Ask
Is shipping free?
Additional or Store Pickup
Who pays for Core Return?
You Do (Store Drop off)
Do I pay for Core today?
No, we waive Core Charge for 30 days*
Yes, but will be refunded when shipped back
Is torque convertor included?
What is the warranty?
Up to 5 years/Unlimited miles
Up to 3 years/Unlimited miles
Best Price Guarantee?
Yes! (for comparable conditions only)
Sorry, we don`t
About Our Remanufactured 45RFE Transmission
Before you visited our site it’s possible you might have been considering a cheap 45RFE rebuilt transmission or thought about going with a complete DIY 45RFE transmission rebuild. Even though these options are often cheap, they are not going to last nearly as long as a remanufactured 45RFE transmission. If you want to get as many miles as possible out of your replacement 45RFE transmission, then a remanufactured 45RFE transmission is the way to go for your car or truck.
No matter what type of vehicle you own you should learn how a remanufactured 45RFE transmission works. When we get a 45RFE transmission that is broken down, the first thing we do is take it apart completely to individually inspect all the components from the supplier. Then, we replace every single component with re-machined or new parts. Afterwards, we compare every part and the transmission unit as a whole against the specification that has been set by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). That way, we know the performance of every part in that transmission is going to meet or exceed your expectations.
A professional member of our team is responsible for ensuring the top quality of every 45RFE transmission for sale at Reman-Transmission. Because we correct any known factory defects in the remanufacturing process, our remanufactured 45RFE transmissions are among the best in the industry. That way, you can have supreme confidence in your vehicle when you return to the street. A remanufactured 45RFE transmission could last for hundreds of thousands of miles when cared for properly. As a more economical choice for our consumer, we also sell quality used 45RFE transmissions that are inspected to make sure they are in good working condition. We understand that not everyone who needs a 45RFE transmission replacement needs to go all out on a remanufactured unit, but at the same time, we do our best to ensure the used 45RFE transmission is of the highest quality.
We are so confident in the quality of our work that we even provide a warranty for every transmission that well. We also offer an up to 5-year, unlimited/ mileage warranty on most of our remanufactured automatic transmissions. Furthermore, we offer free-shipping to all commercial addresses in the United States as well as a waived core charge for 30-days to allow you the time you need for your 45RFE transmission swap. If you have any questions or need help finding the right transmission replacement option for you, don’t hesitate to give one of our friendly customer service representatives a call today!
Our 45RFE transmission Upgrades
Fully remanufactured valve body includes updated solenoid switch valves for improved shifting, lubrication, and performance.
Fully remanufactured torque converter is tested for leaks, lockup, concentricity, and balance. Upgrades exceed OE requirements and eliminate the possibility of front seal leaks, premature bushing wear, and vibration.
Completely remanufactured pump, complete with updated TCC limit valve and TCC accumulator to ensure proper TCC control and cooler flow, provides consistent internal pressures, eliminating slippage and delayed engagement.
New line pressure sensor maintains consistent shift quality.
Secured accumulator cover bolts prevent loss of 3rd or 4th gear.
Fully remanufactured solenoid packs are tested separately from the transmission before dyno testing to verify shift quality and pressure control.
All-new custom-spec bushings improve internal fluid flow control and pressures.
Bushings and machined surfaces polished to a mirror-like OE finish of 16 RA or less.
Every transmission is cold-and hot-tested using a proprietary dynamometer testing program that includes fully synthetic automatic transmission fluid and a filtration system.
45RFE Frequently Asked Questions
Is the 45RFE a good transmission?
Are all 45RFE transmissions the same?
What is the difference between 45RFE and 545RFE?
How much fluid does a 45RFE transmission hold?
45RFE History & Information
The 45RFE transmission is made by Chrysler Corporation. The RFE stands for Rear Full Electronic meaning that the 45RFE transmission is specifically designed for vehicles that are rear-wheel drive and the system itself uses full electronic control for shifting. The 45RFE transmission is the first transmission in this family’s history, being used in many Jeep models starting in 1999. The 45RFE was mainly seen installed into production models like the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Liberty, Dodge Dakota, Dodge Durango, and a few Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck models. Prior to the introduction of the Chrysler RFE class, TorqueFlite transmissions were used in the multitude of Chrysler vehicles for decades with a long history of success. The 45RFE transmission was designed to build on the success that was established by TorqueFlite.
One of the biggest changes the 45RFE transmission saw was that it had three separate gear sets instead of the two that were commonly found in its predecessors. After the 45RFE transmission was introduced, there were a few upgrades made. For example, the 45RFE transmission later became the 545RFE, meaning that it had five speeds instead of four. Other than that, the 545RFE transmission was relatively the same. Both the 45RFE and 545RFE were used in conjunction with the NV233D and NV244D transfer cases in 4x4 applications.
The 45RFE transmission received a significant amount of success in the automotive community. It was known for its power, longevity, and reliability; however, it was eventually phased out in favor of its successors. The 45RFE transmission was used all the way through 2002 before it evolved to the 545RFE, which was in use from 2001 to 2009. In 2007, the 68RFE was introduced for pickup trucks before it was expanded to other vehicles. In 2012, the 545RFE was recalibrated and gave rise to the 65RFE, which later undertook more upgrades and was dubbed the 66RFE transmission.
Even though there are numerous new transmissions that have been introduced since the original introduction of the 45RFE transmission, the 45RFE transmission is still in use in numerous vehicles even to this day. This serves as a testament to its durability. On the other hand, every transmission including the 45RFE transmission can experience issues from time to time. If you are looking for a rebuilt 45RFE transmission or want to undergo a 45RFE transmission rebuild, you should first consider a used 45RFE transmission or remanufactured 45RFE transmission from Reman-Transmission.
|45RFE Transmission Compatibility Chart|
|MAKE||MODEL||START YEAR||END YEAR|
|Diagnostic Codes for 45RFE Transmissions|
|DIAGNOSTIC CODES||DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM|
|P0120||Throttle Position Sensor Signal Circuit|
|P0122||Throttle Position Sensor/APPS Low|
|P0123||Throttle Position Sensor/APPS High|
|P0124||Throttle Position Sensor/APPS Intermittent|
|P0218||High Temperature Operation Activated|
|P0562||Low Battery Voltage|
|P0705||Check Shifter Signal|
|P0706||Check Shifter Signal|
|P0711||Trans Temp Sensor, No Temp Rise After Start|
|P0712||Trans Temp Sensor Voltage Too Low|
|P0713||Trans Temp Sensor Voltage Too High|
|P0714||Transmission Temperature Sensor Intermittent|
|P0715||Input Speed Sensor Error|
|P0720||Ouput Speed Sensor Error|
|P0725||Engine Speed Sensor Circuit|
|P0731||Gear Ratio Error in 1st|
|P0732||Gear Ratio Error in 2nd|
|P0733||Gear Ratio Error in 3rd|
|P0734||Gear Ratio Error in 4th|
|P0735||Gear Ratio Error in 4th Prime|
|P0736||Gear Ratio Error in Reverse|
|P0740||Torque Converter Clutch, No RPM Drop @ Lockup|
|P0743||Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid/Trans Relay Circuits|
|P0748||Pressure Solenoid Control/Trans Relay Circuits|
|P0750||LR Solenoid Circuit|
|P0751||O/D Switch Pressed (Lo) More Than 5 Minutes|
|P0753||Trans 3-4 Shift Solenoid/Trans Relay Circuits|
|P0755||2/4 or 2C Solenoid Circuit|
|P0760||OD Solenoid Circuit|
|P0765||UD Solenoid Circuit|
|P0770||4C Solenoid Circuit|
|P0783||3-4 Shift Solenoid, No RPM Drop @ Lockup|
|P0841||LR Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0845||2/4 Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0846||2/4 Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0867||Line Pressure Fault|
|P0868||Line Pressure Low|
|P0869||Line Pressure High|
|P0870||OD Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0871||OD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0875||UD Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0876||UD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0884||Power Up at Speed|
|P0888||Relay Output Always Off|
|P0891||Transmission Relay Always On|
|P0897||Worn Out/Burnt Transaxle Fluid|
|P0932||Line Pressure Sensor Fault|
|P0944||Loss of Prime|
|P0951||Autostick Sensor Circuit|
|P0952||Autostick Input Circuit Low|
|P0987||4C Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P0988||4C Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P0992||2-4/OD Hydraulic Pressure Test Failure|
|P1652||Serial Communication Link Malfunction|
|P1684||Battery Was Disconnected|
|P1687||No Communication with MIC|
|P1694||BUS Communication with Engine Module|
|P1714||Low Battery Voltage|
|P1715||Restricted Port In T3 Range|
|P1716||BUS Communication with Engine Module|
|P1717||No Communication with MIC|
|P1726||UD Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1727||4C Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1728||2C Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1732||UD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1733||4C Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1734||2C Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1735||Inadequate Element Volume 4C|
|P1736||Gear Ratio Error in 2nd Prime|
|P1738||High Temperature Logic Activated|
|P1739||Power Up at Speed|
|P1740||TCC O/D Solenoid Performance|
|P1756||Governor Pressure Not Equal to Target @ 15-20 PSI|
|P1757||Governor Pressure Above 3 PSI In Gear @ 0 MPH|
|P1762||Governor Pressure Sensor Offset Volts Too Low Or High|
|P1763||Governor Pressure Sensor Volts Too High|
|P1764||Governor Pressure Sensor Volts Too Low|
|P1765||Trans 12 Volt Supply Relay Control Circuit|
|P1767||Relay Output Always On|
|P1768||Relay Output Always Off|
|P1770||Inadequate Element Volume LR|
|P1771||Inadequate Element Volume 2C|
|P1772||Inadequate Element Volume OD|
|P1773||Inadequate Element Volume UD|
|P1775||Solenoid Switch Valve Latched in TCC Possition|
|P1776||Solenoid Switch Valve Latched in LR Position|
|P1781||OD Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1782||2-4 Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1784||L-R Pressure Switch Sense Circuit|
|P1787||OD Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1788||2-4 Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1789||2-4/OD Hydraulic Pressure Switch Circuit|
|P1790||Fault Immediately After Shift|
|P1791||Loss of Prime|
|P1792||Battery Was Disconnected|
|P1793||TRD Link Communication Error|
|P1794||Speed Sensor Ground Error|
|P1795||Internal Transmission Controller|
|P1796||Autostick Input Circuit|
|P1797||Manual Shift Overheat|
|P1798||Worn out / Burnt Transaxle Fluid|
|P1799||Calculated Oil Temp In Use|
|P2700||Inadequate Element Volume LR|
|P2701||Inadequate Element Volume 2C|
|P2702||Inadequate Element Volume OD|
|P2703||Inadequate Element Volume UD|
|P2704||Inadequate Element Volume 4C|
|P2706||MS Solenoid Circuit|