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RE: thread un USMB repair manual: transmission, axles, brakes section

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#1 superu


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Posted 03 April 2011 - 01:49 PM

Reference transmission code/labe thread: http://ultimatesubar...ad.php?t=111315

can anyone decode this one? It's a JDM/AUDM transmission

I'd like to decode this one but don't have enough info from the mentioned thread's info.
Perhaps that is a USDM specific thread?

thanks for the help.

Edited by superu, 04 April 2011 - 10:48 AM.

#2 Numbchux


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Posted 03 April 2011 - 03:30 PM

What do you want to know?

Here's the code from that EJ D/R that I had for awhile:
Posted Image

The "X" is for Dual-range 5MT

The last 4 are pretty hard to decode.

But by substituting the "X" for a "V", I found an archived NASIOC post by gruppe-s listing this info:
"-Push Type 5 Speed
-1st 3.545, 2nd 1.947, 3rd 1.366, 4th 0.972, 5th 0.738, Final 3.9"

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