Dodge

Asked by Jun 16, 2017 at 05:41 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1999 dodge ram 2500 the transmission is
bad . I bought a 99 1500 transmission to put back
in because transmission shop said they would
interchange . But the one I bought is like 3 inches
longer than one in it. How do I fix this? Truck is a
4x4 automatic.  Thanks

2 Answers

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The 2500/3500 series Dodge ram trucks used the 47RH/47RE/48RE Transmission series. You might have been sold an A500/40RH/42RH/42RE/44RE/ Those were used in the 1500 series trucks. The 2500 series especially with the Cummins or V10. Will kill the A500 series trans pretty quickly

No both trucks had 360 in them

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