47/48RE SFI-Certified Flexplate Shield
Loganbuilt has developed and manufactured the first SFI-certified 30.1 flexplate shield for diesel racing transmissions. SFI flexplate shields are a safety feature required by the NHRA for any vehicle running quicker than 6.40 ET in the eighth-mile, or 10.00 ET in the quarter-mile. Flexplate shield requirements have been in place for years but they have
Chrysler 47RE, 48RE Extreme Duty Output Shaft
Delivering the ultimate protection against Chrysler 47/48RE shaft failure, this new Sonnax extreme duty output shaft (p/n 22173D-01) features a unique combination of innovation and quality. To guard against breakage, the 1.480″-dia. shaft is manufactured from high-strength alloy and features a significantly larger, 29-spline configuration that is based on the OE manual transmission spline. This
The TCC Shuttle
A 2001 Dodge 2500 5.9L diesel with a 47RE transmission comes in to Donald Holliday’s Covington Automotive shop with intermittent and erratic bumps that seem to clear up once the vehicle has reached 60 mph or greater.
Broccoli: Corroded wiring causes TPS-voltage code
We had a 1999 Dodge 24-valve diesel truck that came into our shop with no fourth and no lockup. The truck had been at another shop, which had already replaced the accelerator-pedal-position sensor (APPS) and the powertrain control module (PCM) in an attempt to fix this complaint.
46-47RH/RE Cooler and Converter Flow
The image of a target is often used in education or training. The bulls-eye is the topic of most importance. It’s what you “Need to Know,” with each consecutive ring or “Nice to Know” reinforcing or providing that information.
46RE/47RE: Power Circuit for Transmission-Control-Relay Coil
46RE and 47RE units (and some 42/44RE units after 1996) use an interesting method to energize the coil of the transmission-control relay. As we all know, the switch part of the transmission-control relay is what provides battery power to the solenoids when its coil is energized.