1. mygasser

    mygasser FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    can anyone tell me what this trans is please? the pan looks like a 904 but there's a notch in the bellhousing like you'd have for a flywheel sensor which would make it late, maybe a 4 speed?
    thanks in advance, neil.

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  2. Lefty71

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    It's a 32RH. Hydraulic shifted three speed. Small block, mid 90's Dodge truck trans.
     
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    • mygasser

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      ok, thanks. so that's also called the a999 trans? i need to get a torque convertor for it that's why i wanted to make sure i knew what i had. would this trans have a lockup type convertor?
      neil.
       
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      How many plugs (electrical 418362d1233259608-wrangler-auto-trans-interchange-what-years-trans.jpg socket) do you see?
       
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      1994-96 That was bolted up to a 3.9 engine. 32 RH according to my Tom Hand book
       
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      • mygasser

        mygasser FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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        just called my mate (it's at his workshop) and he says 2 plugs.
         
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        Its a lock-up out of a van.
         
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        • fishy68

          fishy68 Tyr Fryr's Inc. FABO Gold Member

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          I bet the guys are right about it being a lockup but here's a quick easy way to identify any lockup trans. Look at the end of the input shaft. If it has splines nearly all the way to the end it's a non lockup trans. If it has the end machined down smooth for about 1/2-3/4" it's a lockup. Here's a couple pics. The one on the left is a lockup type input shaft. Right one is a non lockup type


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          • mygasser

            mygasser FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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            i'll double check when i'm there tomorrow but i think it has the machined end to the shaft so it is a lockup type. the pics are from the ad i bought it from and you can't make it out. i'll let you know.
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