Chrysler Front Wheel Drive Cars 4-CYL 1981-1995 Repair Information

Transaxle Identification Number

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Fig. Fig. 1: The transaxle identification number is located on a pad on the top of the transaxle-automatic transaxles



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Fig. Fig. 2: The transaxle identification number is stamped on a tag on the passenger's side of the case



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Fig. Fig. 3: The transaxle ID number on the ZF transaxle is located just above the oil pan on the driver's side of the case

The Transaxle Identification Number is stamped on a boss located on the upper part of the transaxle housing. Every transaxle also carries an assembly part number, which is also required for parts ordering purposes. On the A-412 manual transaxle, it is located on the top of the housing, between the timing window and the differential.

On all other types of manual transaxles, this number is located on a metal tag attached to the front of the transaxle. On automatic models, it is stamped on a pad located just above the oil pan at the rear of the unit.

On the Eagle Premier equipped with the ZF transaxle, the transaxle identification tag is on the left (driver) side of the case just above the oil pan. The identification label for the AR-4 transaxle is located next to the transaxle oil cooler on the passenger's side of the case. Both of these transaxles also have an additional number located on the upper edge of the bell housing.

 
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