Re: 32RH 30RH anyone know anything about \'em?
When Chrysler names a Tranny, they dont pull the name out of their butt....i remember reading a chart somewhere about their system.
This works for THEIR tranny's only, not NVG or anyone else.
The first digit is the number of speeds. 3 is a 3 speed, 4 a 4 speed, and 5 for 5 speed.
The second digit is the DUTY of the transmission. the lower the number (0), the lighter the duty. the higher number, i think they go up to 8, the stronger the tranny is. The scale is progressive. Ram1500s have a 46RE, while 2500 and 3500s use a 47RE.
The "R" means automatic...
And the "E" is for Electronic.
Thats about the extent of my knowledge.
SO! What have we learned today? a 32RE would be a 3 speed level 2 tranny (fairly weak), automatic, electronically controlled. I wouldnt be running Big tires or towing a lot with that trans, but in its stock form, Chrysler 3 speed autos have a bulletproof reputation...remember the TF727 that lived behind the 426HEMI?
Hope this helped.
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