Here is a pretty complete list of all of them from the folks over at. Missing Entry: Corvette Z06, vin code S 5. Hello again, i have decided to go the 5speed route and am looking for a Borg-warner T5 which will bolt onto the bellhousing, i have found one that is a 1353-055 which is fairly low geared but not so bad as my rear axle is 2. This includes the 258 six. This in turn required the input shaft to be longer. This page covers automatic trannies. I just checked the engine number, the first three digits are 270, is this a coincidence or does this tell me it is infact a 270ci? Contact seller for limited warranty part details, qualifications, and possible labor coverage.
Please join in the discussion by. Therefore, they are not all naturally compatible with one another. On further investigation i think this is a Saginaw box, it has 12W as the start of the code if that helps. There is no way to tell the ratio from the outside, unfortunately. There are now over 200 different T-5 transmission assembly part numbers and still counting.
You certainly should not depend on the tech working at the yard for confirmation of what you have. Further Muncie identification 3 Muncie 4 speeds were offered. T-96 may have a casting mark and has six bolts instead of four like on T-96 retaining the top cover. Although the has been phased out for more than 20 years, you can still find one in the salvage yard. While the 4 cylinder T-5 may appear to be the same, they are not. Input shaft, tail shaft and tail shaft housing are different and cannot be used. The next number or two numbers will be the day of the month.
These engines got swapped around so often when they broke back in the 60's and 70's that one can't be sure that a certain engine came with the chassis it is in unless the serial number matches the truck. No longer were 1st, 2nd, and 3rd gears spinning on a solid output shaft. The output shaft of the tranny was shorter and splined to fit the overdrive unit. A specialized automatic transmission rebuilding shop can rebuild these torque converters to suit a variety of non-stock applications. It would make sense to use the deeper gears with the taller axles. Use the right clutch disc with the correct splines that matches the pressure plate, and the pilot bearing is also needed.
In 1983, the T-5 was introduced to Mustangs and are currently still used in the V-6 Mustangs. It worked similar to a 2-speed automatic, having 1:1 direct drive and overdrive. Length of input shaft varies with application. We have another 20 years worth of letters Thanks for reading. There is no leaking coming from the front seals, rear sears or oil pan. Missing Entry: 1985-1988 Pontiac Fieros have a 9 engine code for the 2.
The Dana 20 used in Scout trucks uses the same bolt pattern and input gear as most Dana 20s used in Jeep trucks. The T-5 behind the 3. This is a 4 speed, overdrive unit. We are dedicated to giving you the technical support you need, when you need it! The serial number provides the date of manufacture, however, on 1969 and later transmissions there is a letter code at the end which identifies the gear-ratio, which is different on all three Muncie models. The letter is the month.
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Also, the reverse lever on the Muncie units is mounted in the extension housing, while the Saginaw reverse lever is mounted in the side cover Locate the serial number to differentiate 1969 and up Muncie transmissions. The neutral safety switch was eliminated, as it was no longer needed. The most important digit is the first one, which indicates the year the company manufactured the transmission. For example my examples only apply to 2001-2015 gm vehicles Remember 10th digit from the beginning, left to right. The M-21 has a higher pitch angle on its gear teeth.