I had the same problem in my 1994 diesel auto. i never cought it, it just stoped. but i did buy a Throttle Possitioning sensor and a engine speed sensor to put in mine. check the fluid level, dont overfill, change the fluid and filter, check for fileing in the pan, there is a magnet in it. Just found that out, droped my pan today acctually. let me know what happens. sam the man
A518 is the transmission if it is an automatic, and if it is a manual then it is a Getrag 360.
It is a completely different transmission than what was used with the diesel before.
The real problem is manually shifting from gear to gear with an automatic transmission. If you are referring to the automatic upshift, there may be a problem with the EGR system or vacuum system.
The automatic is a 47 RE. The manual is a NV4500.
The manual is called a G56. The automatic is called 48RE.
The automatic is a 47RE. The manual is a NV4500.
O2 sensor or vacuum leak
The automatic transmission behind the Cummins engine in a Ram 2500 is a Chrysler transmission. Depending on the year it could be a 47rh, 47re, 48re, or a 68rfe.
it takes 6 qts
if its a automatic then it a 47re the five speed manual is a nv4500 and the 6 speed is a nv5600.
The automatic is a 48 RE. The manual is a NV5600.
The automatic transmission uses ATF+4. The manual transmission uses a special manual transmission fluid from Mopar.
The automatic uses ATF+4
Gas engine is a 46 rh. Diesel is a 47 rh.
47RH or also called an A51847RH or also called an A518
Automatic Dodge Neons had a 3-speed automatic transmission.
Automatic transmission fluid.Automatic transmission fluid.
If it is an automatic it will be a 727.
the v8 uses a 46re the v10 and diesel use a 47re