Ram Transmission

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We carry automatic and manual units for the Dodge Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 series pickup trucks.


The Getrag G238 6-speed manual transmission was used in the Dodge Ram 1500 with the 4.7L V8 engine as well as the 5.7L V8 engine. This 6-speed transmission offers smoother shifting, using triple-cone synchronizers on the 1st and 2nd gears and double-cone synchronizers on the 3rd and 4th gears. 1st gear has a 4.231 gear ratio, and the 2nd gear. Commonly found in the 300, Magnum, Charger, Challenger, Wrangler, and some Dodge Ram pickups, the A580 was last used in the 2020 Dodge Charger Pursuit models. Model number conventions. Newer Chrysler automatic transmissions follow standard model number conventions. Below are the available values and some example transmission models. Transmissions for the Ram The transmissions are labeled using the first number indicating the number of gears (including overdrive), the second number is the capacity rating, and the last letter is if it is electronically (E) or Hydraulically (H) controlled. A500/42RH-RE lower geared light-duty applications found behind the 3.9 L V6.

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What transmission is in my Dodge Ram?

First manufactured in 1981, the Dodge Ram line of pickups has been named Truck of the Year four times by 'Motor Trend' magazine and is currently built in Michigan and Mexico. These durable pickups provide years of reliable service, but, like all mechanical contrivances, components do eventually need replaced. However, when the transmission needs repaired or replaced in your durable pickup truck, how do you know which of the available transmissions you need to order?


All of the Dodge Ram transmissions have an identifying code on them, but it may not be easy to interpret. The first set of numbers indicates the part number, the second set indicates the build date and the remaining digits indicate the serial number. Documented owners can contact Dodge directly and obtain the transmission information from them via U.S. mail, although this takes close to a month and sometimes that is too long to wait for the information to arrive.


45RFE
The 45RFE tranny was manufactured in Indiana and was typically used in the 1500 series pickup in 3.7L and 4.7L models for the 2002 production year.


545RFE
This is an automatic tranny and was originally designated the 45RFE. The 545RFE was typically used in the 3.7L, 4.7L and 5.7L Hemi models for the production years 2003-2011.


68RFE and AS68RC
The 68RFE was first used 2007 in the 2500 and 3500 series with the 6.7L Cummins ISB diesel engine. For production year 2007.5 and subsequent, the Aisin AS68RC was used.


65RFE and 66RFE
Available as of the 2012 model year, the 65RFE and 66RFE trannies are recalibrated editions of the 545RFE with the addition of a torque converter. The 65RFE is available on the 1500 series in the 3.7L and 4.7L models; the 66RFE is available on the 2500 series in the 5.7L model and the Chassis Cab 3500 5.7L models.


42RE
Also known as a 40RH, this medium duty A998 tranny has electronic control and overdrive; it was renamed from A500 and was used on 2WD pickup models 150 and 1500 with both V6 and V8 engines. Cisco anyconnect secure mobility client free download.


46RH or A518
Originally named A518, this A727 overdrive tranny was renamed the 46RH and began to be used in 1992 for the series 1500, 2500 and 3500 V8 engines as well as in the Ramcharger SUV 5.2L and 5.9L V8 models for the production years 1992 and 1993.


46RE
A second generation model A518 A727 tranny with electronic control and overdrive, the 46RE was used on all V8 Ram pickup models for the production years 1996-2002.


47RH or A618
A more heavy duty version of the 46RH, this model was used in the 2500 and 3500 series with the Cummins ISB Diesel and Iron V10 as well as the SRT-10 for the production years 1994-1995.


47RE
A second generation model A618 A727 heavy duty tranny with electronic control and overdrive, the 47RE was used on series 2500 and 3500 Diesel V10 models for the production years 1996-2002.


48RE
The big brother to the 47 series, the 48RE is a 4-speed automatic, electronically controlled, heavy duty tranny used as follows:
•Series 2500 and 3500 models with ISB Diesel or HO ISB Diesel, for production years 2003-2004.
•Series 2500 and 3500 models with 600/610 Diesel, for production years 2004-2007.
•Series SRT-10 for production years 2004-2006.


G56
This 6-speed manual model was built by Mercedes for use in medium to heavy duty trucks with a gross vehicle weight of between 7 tons and 12 tons. Used in all models of the pickups, including the Sterling Bullet, for the production years from 2010 to present.


Getrag G360
A 5-speed manual transmission, the Getrag G360 was available on ¾ ton and 1 ton trucks with the 5.9L Cummins diesel engine for the production years 1989-1993. Due to some reliability issues, it was often replaced with the NV4500 5-speed standard tranny.


NV3500
Short for New Venture Gear, this model is a 5-speed overdrive manual tranny used in the light to medium duty 1500 series pickups manufactured from 1994 to 2001 and in the 2500 series for production years 1994 and 1995.


NV4500
The New Venture Gear 4500, or NV4500 or NVG4500, is a 5-speed manual tranny used on both standard duty and heavy duty models as follows:
•Used with the 5.9L V8 model for production years 1992-2002.
•Used with the 2500 and 3500 series 5.7L Hemi model for production years 2003-2005.
•Used with the 5.9L Cummins Turbo Diesel model and 8.0 V10 model for production years 1994-2005.


NV5600
Available for both 2WD and 4WD models of both the 2500 and 3500 series with the Cummins 24-valve turbo diesel for the production years 1999 to the present, the NV5600 is a 6-speed standard tranny.


All tranny models mentioned in this article are available on our website. Our knowledgeable sales staff can provide any additional information you may need in order to obtain the correct replacement model for your truck and we are open late for your convenience. If you need a model that is not listed, please call us. We will do our very best to find the correct model to fit your needs.


The transmission applications featured on this page cover the Dodge Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500 extending through the following years

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