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Fs jcr transmission

Richard55

Vendor
Joined
Jan 26, 2006
Location
Rutledge, Georgia
TDI
2000 NB
This is the "Freeway Flyer" trans as some call it, I guess because of the gear ratio being higher then the standard 02j transmission. They are getting rarer all the time and this is a good one. About 160k on it. Out of a 5.5 Jetta
I want $650.00 plus shipping for this one. Call me at 541-980-1466
 

Richard55

Vendor
Joined
Jan 26, 2006
Location
Rutledge, Georgia
TDI
2000 NB
"02J" 5 Speed New Beetle, Golf/Jetta IV, VR6,TDI

Code 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th R&P Notes ***reference only***


EBD 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.029 0.837 4.235 1.8T Mk4 Golf (AGU engine)
ENJ 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.029 0.837 3.684 1.8T (2000) Mk4 Golf
EHA 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.029 0.837 3.824 1.8T (AWP 180bhp)
CZM 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.029 0.837 4.235 2.0L Beetle '98
DQY 3.778 2.118 1.360 0.971 0.756 3.389 1998-2001 TDI Beetle
EGD 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.029 0.837 3.938 1.8T Beetle '99
DZQ,EBP,EGT,EKG 3.778 2.118 1.360 1.029 0.837 4.235 2.0L Beetle,Golf/Jetta IV
EKH,EMS,EZK,FBV 3.778 2.118 1.360 1.029 0.837 4.235 2.0L Golf/Jetta IV
EBJ,EGR 3.778 2.118 1.360 0.971 0.756 3.389 TDI Beetle, Golf/Jetta IV 4cyl
EBQ,EMT 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.029 0.837 3.938 1.8T Beetle,Golf/Jetta IV
EGQ,FBW 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.029 0.837 3.938 2000-up 1.8T Golf/Jetta IV
DZC,EHC,EGF 3.625 2.071 1.474 1.038 0.844 3.389 VR6 Golf/Jetta IV
EWW,FBY,FCF 3.625 2.071 1.474 1.038 0.844 3.389 VR6 Golf/Jetta IV
EHA, 3.300 1.944 1.308 1.034 0.838 3.647 2002-2007 4cyl
EUH, 3.778 2.063 1.348 0.967 0.744 3.389 2002-2007 4cyl
CDN, 3.778 2.063 1.348 0.967 0.744 3.389
JDM, 3.778 2.118 1.360 0.967 0.756 3.389
JDQ, 3.778 2.118 1.360 1.029 0.837 4.235 2007 JETTA 1.8/1.9/2.0 ltr
GQQ,JCR 3.778 2.063 1.360 0.967 0.769 3.389 2006 1.9l Diesel Jetta
 

A5INKY

Vendor , w/Business number
Joined
Sep 4, 2007
Location
Louisville, KY
TDI
2006 Jetta TDI, 2002 Eurovan Westphalia VR6
Found this thread searching for a OA4 case half. Don't need a whole trans but thought you should know the 05.5 Jetta came with a OA4 trans. While it is nearly the same as an 02J, it lacks a speed sensor or a hole to stick it in, the MKV it came out of uses the ABS sensors for that function. Most MKV PDs are GQQ but it seems from the info you posted the ratios are the same as this JCR.

Anyone with an older MKIV or previous gen will be bummed if they buy this and have no speed sensor.

GLWS though!
 

mrurbina

Vendor
Joined
Oct 4, 2009
Location
CHARLOTTE,NC
TDI
MK4 jetta tdi , alh wagon
Found this thread searching for a OA4 case half. Don't need a whole trans but thought you should know the 05.5 Jetta came with a OA4 trans. While it is nearly the same as an 02J, it lacks a speed sensor or a hole to stick it in, the MKV it came out of uses the ABS sensors for that function. Most MKV PDs are GQQ but it seems from the info you posted the ratios are the same as this JCR.

Anyone with an older MKIV or previous gen will be bummed if they buy this and have no speed sensor.

GLWS though!

plus, not much different then the EGR which is standard. :) Should be an upgrade to gassers though.
 

Richard55

Vendor
Joined
Jan 26, 2006
Location
Rutledge, Georgia
TDI
2000 NB
I have an EUH and could use the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th out of it. I think mating the JCR and the EUH together could be a good box for a modified engine..
 
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jimbote

Certified Volkswagen Nut
Joined
Jul 10, 2006
Location
spiral arm, milky way (aka central NC)
TDI
Tacoma 4x4 converted to TDI
3rd is only a tiny bit taller in the jcr all the other gears the same between the two with the exception of fifth ... hardly worth splitting the cases for such a minuscule change ... prob worth more to sell as a replacement for the BRM GQQ
 

Liseed

Veteran Member
Joined
Nov 26, 2007
Location
Monroe, NY
TDI
2003 2 door GOLF TDI; 2009 Touareg 3.0 TDI
I like the FBW trans in my TDI.

I machined 5th gear from that box to become 4th gear and added a .622 5th, all of this with the 3.16 differential and Peloquin is absolutely perfect! Long and strong acceleration in all gears! (225 hp motor). Not for stock for sure!

For a stock motor, I would think the EUH (or JCR gears in an O2J) would be a nice upgrade + .658 or so 5th.
 

jimbote

Certified Volkswagen Nut
Joined
Jul 10, 2006
Location
spiral arm, milky way (aka central NC)
TDI
Tacoma 4x4 converted to TDI
For a stock motor, I would think the EUH (or JCR gears in an O2J) would be a nice upgrade + .658 or so 5th.
again, not really an upgrade as every gear 1-4 and final drive is the same aside from a tiny bit taller third which you probably would never notice .... the numbers don't lie, look at the chart
 

Liseed

Veteran Member
Joined
Nov 26, 2007
Location
Monroe, NY
TDI
2003 2 door GOLF TDI; 2009 Touareg 3.0 TDI
again, not really an upgrade as every gear 1-4 and final drive is the same aside from a tiny bit taller third which you probably would never notice .... the numbers don't lie, look at the chart
I agree one would probably not really notice it much, but if tinkering around and you happen to have parts laying around and the will, why not!??! Throw in the 3.16 differential while you are at it, and one would definitely see adifference. (I sure did).
 
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