You asked: How do I identify a 48re transmission?

How can you tell the difference between a 48RE and a 47RE?

47RE has a different color pump. Pump is unpainted on the 47RE, and the 48RE have a black coating on them IIRC. Also the 48RE has a plastic ring on the reaction shaft support.

How do I identify my Cummins transmission?

Confirm the automatic transmission. The Chrysler-manufactured automatic 47Re and RH transmissions are identifiable by finding the ID tag attached to the transmission housing. According to Dodge Ram, the 47 Series is identified by the numbers stamped on the driver’s side of the transmission housing.

Are all 48RE transmissions the same?

The 48RE is both heavier and stronger than the 47RE, although the two transmissions share identical ratios.

Chrysler 48RE Specs.

Transmission: Chrysler 48RE
Predecessor: 47RE
Model Years/Applications: 2003 – 2007 Dodge Ram 2500/3500
Case Material: Aluminum

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.

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What years did dodge use the 48RE transmission?

The 48RE is a 4 speed automatic transmission, it was manufactured between the years 2002 to 2010. It was a direct replacement for the Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 series trucks.

What trucks have the 48RE?

48RE: An electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission found in ’03 to’07 Dodges.

Is the 48RE better than the 47RE?

48RE case is stronger in places where it likes to break. Planetaries are all 6 pinion steel so that helps a lot. Pump is larger and flows more fluid. If you don’t thrash it a tweaked 47RE will work just fine with that power level.

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.

Is the 48RE a good transmission?

Registered. The main weak spots, in general, of the 48RE are: line pressure, torque converter and the input shaft due to it’s locked 3-4 shift. Other than those, they’re a pretty good towing transmission.

What transmission does a 2006 Dodge Cummins have?

Dodge beefed up the truck’s suspension and chassis, but more importantly strengthened the six-speed manual and five-speed automatic transmissions and rear axle to handle the stress delivered by the diesel engine’s massive torque for towing and payload capacities.

Which Cummins has the Aisin transmission?

Aisin vs.

Aisin: The Aisin 6-speed automatic is one of the transmissions available with Ram’s 6.7L Cummins turbo-diesel engine.

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What does 48RE stand for?

Follow along as we look at the origins, development, and installation of a Dodge 48RE transmission, which stands for: (4) four speeds, (8) level eight torque rating, (R) rear-wheel drive, and (E) electronically controlled transmission. Simpson Planetary Gearset.

Is a 48RE a 4 speed?

The 48re is a 4 speed. The only thing you can do would be to put an over/under on it.

What temp should a 48RE run at?

Registered. The 48RE is designed to run at a transmission fluid temperature at or near 200° F, although temperature spikes well beyond this are common while towing, especially in overdrive where transmission load is high.