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Alto introduces new kits for 10-speed Ford, Allison transmissions

Alto recently announced two new bushing kits for 10-speed transmissions. The first is an 11-piece bi-metal bushing kit for the 10-speed Ford 10R60 transmission, model years 2020 and on. The various pieces can be seen in the image above. The Alto part no. is 242625B. The second (Alto part no. 236625) is a 13-piece bi-metal

How to service the Honda 10-speed transmission

With Honda’s 10-speed front wheel drive transmission (see Figure 1, above) going into its fifth year on the roads, it’s feasible that one may show up in your shop for service. (One note: this transmission does not have a typical name; it’s simply known as “the Honda 10-speed automatic transmission” in all OEM materials.) One

RatioTek introduces new tuner kits for GM, Ford 10-speed transmissions

RatioTek has introduced new transmission tuner kits for GM and Ford 10-speed transmissions. According to the company, these kits install from the bottom without the need to remove the transmission. Benefits of both kits include, according to RatioTek: increased torque capacity, and lube flow; fixed common complaints of neutraling out and bang downshifts; and quicker

GM 10L80: A new kind of pump noise

How quickly time passes by. The GM 10L80/90 transmissions began production in 2017, meaning that we’re closing in on six years of this transmission being on the road. Many who work in the dealerships have become privy to the immediate failures that occur in this unit. And now, with some of these transmissions coming out

GM Investing $100M in Transmission Plants

Following a $75M funding injection in its Toledo, Ohio transmission plant, General Motors has announced it will invest a further $100M in two of its manufacturing facilities – $93M at the Romulus, MI propulsion plant and $7M at its Bedford, IN casting operations. The manufacturer says the Romulus investment will add machining capability, while the Bedford

Quick Peek at New Ford / GM 10 Speed

Approximately 10 years after Ford and General Motors joined together to develop a six-speed front-wheel-drive transmission, they have done it again, developing a 10-speed rear-wheel-drive transmission.