- 1 Is the 48RE a good transmission?
- 2 What vehicles have a 48RE transmission?
- 3 Is a 48RE a 4 speed?
- 4 Who builds the best 48RE transmission?
- 5 How much HP can a 47RH handle?
- 6 Will a 48RE replace a 47RE?
- 7 Are Dodge transmissions good?
- 8 What is the difference between a 47RE and a 48RE transmission?
- 9 How do I know if I have 48RE?
- 10 How does a 48RE transmission work?
- 11 What brand transmission does Dodge use?
- 12 What transmission is in a 5.9 Cummins?
- 13 How much does it cost to rebuild a 47RE transmission?
- 14 What transmission does a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 have?
- 15 How many gears are in a 47RE?
Is the 48RE a good transmission?
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 vehicles have a 48RE transmission?
Governor pressure is electronically controlled relative to engine speed and is used to command upshifts and downshifts according to engine speed and load.
Chrysler 48RE Specs.
|Model Years/Applications:||2003 – 2007 Dodge Ram 2500/3500|
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.
Who builds the best 48RE transmission?
The 48RE is actually a pretty good transmission. It is made in house by Chrysler. If you look at them they have done most of the upgrades that we do to the 47re to make them stronger. They have the 6pin planetary gears, extra clutches.
How much HP can a 47RH handle?
Once you power it up you will run into issues with EGT’s and engine temp and need the extra rpm on grades. The 47RH stock in new condition is good for around 550-600 TQ, HP isn’t going to have a big impact.
Will a 48RE replace a 47RE?
The 48RE will replace all of the 47RE in the 03 year model. The 02 and back 47RE can be upgraded with all of the 48RE parts.
Are Dodge transmissions good?
Contrary to what a few people believe, Dodge and Chrysler’s transmission are reliable, with the exception of the A604 transmission. A Dodge / Chrysler transmission that is serviced regularly with fresh transmission fluid and filter can easily go over 150,000 miles.
What is the difference between a 47RE and a 48RE transmission?
47RE: An electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission found in ’96 to ’02 Dodge trucks, as well as some ’03 models. 48RE: An electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission found in ’03 to’07 Dodges. The intermediate shaft typically supports all the planetary gears in a transmission.
How do I know if I have 48RE?
Look for the serial number on the left side of the transmission case, just above the oil pan gasket surface. The dealer should be able to confirm from that, what transmission you have. If you paid for a 48re, and you have a 47re, tell them to replace the transmission. Hope this helps.
How does a 48RE transmission work?
The 48RE transmission reads the engine load and current vehicle speed to determine whether it should trigger an upshift or a downshift. It has four shift schedules, or governor pressure curves, which are all controlled by electrical solenoids.
What brand transmission does Dodge use?
|Chrysler RFE transmission|
|Also called||45RFE/545RFE 68RFE 65RFE/66RFE|
What transmission is in a 5.9 Cummins?
Allison 6 Speed Transmission Swap. ATS Diesel Performance is now offering a complete kit so that our Allison 6 Speed Automatic transmission can be installed behind the Cummins 5.9L and 6.7L Engine.
How much does it cost to rebuild a 47RE transmission?
Standard shop rebuild is $3000.
What transmission does a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 have?
The transmissions on the 2001 dodge ram 1500 are 3 & 4-speed automatic.
How many gears are in a 47RE?
The 47RE carries a 450 pound-feet internal torque rating, which approximates to 610 newton-meters. It has three normal gears, one overdrive gear, and reverse. The original design for the 47RE has changed little over the years, albeit with some bells and whistles added.