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Your Question What transmission is in a 12 valve Cummins?

What is the difference between a 47RE and a 47RH transmission?

The fundamental difference between the 47RH and 47RE is in the governor pressure control. Both units rely on a hydraulic valve body and electronically controlled overdrive unit. However, the governor pressure on the “RH” is hydraulically controlled, while the governor pressure on the “RE” is electronically controlled.

How do I know if I have a 47RE or 48re?

Externally Late 47re is going to look same as 48re, need to either decode casting numbers or part number stamped on trans case or if trans or look at valve body and planetary, 6 pinion/steel =48re, to be sure.

What year did dodge use the 47RE?

47RE: An electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission found in ’96 to ’02 Dodge trucks, as well as some ’03 models.

Is the 47RE a good transmission?

It’s no secret that the 47RE and 48RE transmissions can be prone to countless issues. However, and in benefit, it can also be one of the most capable transmissions once built. It is for this reason that the 47RE/48RE are fertile platforms for creating a long-lasting, high quality transmission.

Can you put an Allison transmission in a Dodge Cummins?

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.

What trucks have a 47RE transmission?

Premium Member. The 47RH four-speed Torqueflite® transmission was used on Ram 2500 and 3500 pickups with the 8.0-liter V-10 or 5.9-liter Cummins Turbo-Diesel engines. It had a torque capacity of 450 lb-ft and trailer towing capacity of up to 19,000 pounds GCWR, the highest ratings for a one-ton truck at the time.

Will a 47RE replace a 47RH?

Registered. The difference between the transmissions is the governor. A 47RH governor will not fit in a 47RE transmission so even if you can swap the VB the transmission won’t shift.

What transmission does a 1999 Cummins have?

2nd Generation Cummins Specs

2nd Gen 5.9L Cummins Years: 1994-2002
Transmissions 1994-1998: 47RH 4-Speed Automatic NV4500 5-Speed Manual 1998.5+ 47RH 4-Speed Automatic NV5600 6-speed Manual
Weight: 1150 Lbs Dry
Engine Oil Capacity: 12 Quarts or 11.4 Liters /w Filter
Fuel: Diesel

Is 48RE better than 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 vehicles have a 48RE transmission?

Chrysler 48RE Specs

Transmission: Chrysler 48RE
Predecessor: 47RE
Model Years/Applications: 2003 – 2007 Dodge Ram 2500/3500
Case Material: Aluminum
Max Input Torque: 560 – 570 lb-ft (Chrysler strength designation “8”)

How do I know what transmission my Cummins has?

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.

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.

What transmission is in a 1995 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins?

Moveras – 47Rh-Automatic Transmission (Part No.

Why does the 47RE fail?

Some of the most common problems with this transmission involve being stuck in a gear, failure of the torque converter to lock, or hard shifts. These problems are known to make successful mods to this transmission nearly impossible.

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.

How much power can a stock 47RE handle?

A stock 47RE will only safely handle 100psi of fluid pressure, while a Racing Valve body from Power Driven Diesel can handle 225 to 250psi, and thus more than 1,200 horsepower output.

Can you put a Allison Transmission on a 12v Cummins?

CUSTOM AUTOMATIC CONVERSIONS, (CAC) NOW OFFERS COMPLETE KITS SO THAT AN ALLISON 5 OR 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION CAN BE INSTALLED BEHIND THE CUMMINS 12 VALVE, 24 VALVE, 5.9L AND 6.7L ENGINE.

What truck has a Cummins engine and Allison Transmission?

There aren’t many trucks that are universally liked by everyone, but Brig Pannepacker’s ’04 Ford fits the bill. Not only is his truck a stylish Harley Edition, it mixes the best parts that the Big Three have to offer, with a Cummins engine and Allison 1,000 transmission shoved into the sturdy Ford frame.

Can you put a Cummins in a Chevy?

Chevrolets are made with Duramax/Allison engines, a staple of the General Motors brand. It is uncommon to put a Cummins into a Chevy, but it can be done with enough determination. Swapping your gasoline engine out for diesel is going to extend the life of your truck, and the Cummins engine may even outlast the truck!

What transmission does a 2001 Dodge Cummins have?

BD Performance 47RE Transmission 00-02 5.9L 24V Cummins.

What transmission is in the 1999 Ram 2500 Cummins?

With 50,000 miles on it, the 47RE transmission behind the torque-heavy Cummins turbodiesel in the B.O.M.B.

Is 24V better than 12v Cummins?

In summary, those looking to keep things stock or modest the 24v is the better street engine. If you’re looking for extreme power and performance the older 12v Cummins engine is likely the better choice.

What is the best year for 12 valve Cummins?

1996-1998 has the best injection pumps (perhaps ignoring the 1989-1993 VE) and stronger automatics compared to earlier years. Look at the buyers guide section in the thread below. The 1998 12 valve trucks were only built in 1997.