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.
should be a C-6
That should be a 4L80E transmission.
You can buy pretty much any car with a diesel engine, that's automatic. My friend has a Audi TT Quattro with an automatic diesel engine. you're welcome.
A 1997 NPR Gasoline uses an automatic 4 speed 4L80E General Motors Transmission. A 1997 NPR Diesel uses a automatic 4 speed JATCO transmission A 1997 NPR Diesel uses a manual transmission MXA5D
The automatic is a 47 RE. The manual is a NV4500.
the ford trucks with a 6.9l diesel from '83-'87 were equiped with C6 AUTO TANS
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.
From empty the manual will hold about 5The gas automatic holds about 12The diesel automatic holds about 16From empty the manual will hold about 5The gas automatic holds about 12The diesel automatic holds about 16
If it is a automatic its is the hydramatic 4l80e if it is a manual transmission it is a v 4500
No the wiring isn't the same
The manual is called a G56. The automatic is called 48RE.
The automatic is a 47RE. The manual is a NV4500.
The automatic in the 2500 and 3500 with a factory bed is made by Chrysler.The automatic in the cab/chassis truck is made by the AISIN transmission company.The automatic in the 2500 and 3500 with a factory bed is made by Chrysler.The automatic in the cab/chassis truck is made by the AISIN transmission company.
The automatic transmission uses ATF+4. The manual transmission uses a special manual transmission fluid from Mopar.
it takes 6 qts
Total transmission capacity is around 16 quarts.
On the door jam sticker of my 1997 Ford F250 with 7.3 Powerstroke diesel the transmission code is "E". I have the E4OD automatic.