How do I identify a 46re transmission?

What vehicles have 46RE transmission?

A518 (46RH/46RE)

  • Dodge Ram pickup and vans 150/250/350 V8 and diesel engines (DGT)
  • Dodge Ramcharger SUV 1988-1993 5.2L & 5.9L V8.
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee 1993 5.2L, 1998 5.9L.
  • 1995 Dodge Dakota 5.2L Magnum V8.
  • 1996 Dodge Dakota V8.
  • 1998–2003 Dodge Dakota R/T.
  • 1998-2003 Dodge Durango 5.9L V8 (4WD or 2WD)

How do I know what transmission I have in my Dodge?

Open the hood of the truck and locate the transmission fluid container. The vehicle’s transmission information will be located on a plate adjacent to the container. Read the vehicle owner manual and you will be able to identify the vehicle’s transmission information.

Where is the model number on a transmission?

Locating the transmission tag and identifying the model designation. Transmission model designation (i.e. RT-12609A), and other transmission identification information, are stamped on the transmission tag which is attached to the side of the transmission.

Can I tell transmission from VIN number?

Simply write the VIN number down and you can then ask a dealership service department, auto repair shop, or auto parts retailer to help you identify the transmission. They’ll easily be able to find the specs by plugging the VIN number into the computer.

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Are 5.2 and 5.9 transmission the same?

Any ’96 or newer 5.2 or 5.9 transmission will work. The 5.9 flexplate has balance weight on it. The 5.2 is internally balanced and has no weight on the plate. You can use a 5.9 flexplate on a 5.2, just remove the weight.

What kind of transmission do I have?

Open the driver’s side door and find the white card on the side of the door that is filled with small black lettering. This card contains specific details about the year the car was made, its transmission, engine specifications and other details. Underneath or beside the “TR” symbol will be a number code.

What transmission is in a 5.9 Cummins?

The two automatic transmissions available on the 1st Gen Cummins are the A727 Torqueflite 3-Speed Automatic and the 4-speed A518, or 46RH, automatic transmission with overdrive. The 46RH is more desirable between the two automatic transmissions as it will allow for much better fuel economy.

How do you tell if you have a 47RE or an 47rh?

The easiest way to tell the difference is the plug where wires plug into trans coming from PCM. The RH has a 4 pin not quite flat like a trailer connector and the RE has a round 8 pin plug. The RH uses an external fluid temp sensor while the RE has a thermistor inside of the governer pressure sensor.

How do I know if I have a 4L60E or 4L65E?

The two transmissions cannot be differentiated from the outside. The 4L65E shares the same exterior parts but have stronger internals such as 5 pinion planets compared to 4 in the 4L60E. 4L60E uses a 6.5″ depth bell with 6 bolts for non gen 3 LS applications and a 7″ depth bell with 7 bolts for LS applications.

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How do I identify a Ford transmission?

The prime identification source is the pan located on the bottom of the transmission; its shape and bolt count is indicative of which model transmission is present.

  1. Inspect the pan found on the bottom of the transmission. …
  2. Count the number of bolts on the transmission pan.

How do I find my transmission tag number?

Some transmissions may have a code stamped into their case or a tag riveted to them. According to Koval, the easiest way to identify an automatic transmission, though, is by transmission pan shape.

How do I know if I have a 4L70E transmission?

The 4L70E typically has a black or neon blue harness connector. If that isn’t a reliable bet, then check the service parts identification tag on a GM vehicle. There should be an M70 on the tag if the vehicle’s stock transmission is a 4L70E. Otherwise, on its own, there’s no way to tell from external appearances alone.

What is a transmission code?

When a vehicle’s “check engine” light comes on, it means that the Onboard Diagnostic System (OBD II) has detected a malfunction that may cause emissions to exceed the maximum allowable by law. The OBD II sends one or more trouble codes to the vehicle.

What does my VIN number stand for?

That’s your vehicle’s VIN or “vehicle identification number.” It’s essentially your car, truck or SUV’s unique code – a sort of specific serial number – that is used to identify where and when a vehicle was made as well as who made it. Actually, the vehicle’s specific serial number is located at the end of the VIN.

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