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Thank You so very much to Bob Lincoln and Valiant67 this helps Me alot . Ihave another question about trannys . On the bell housing in rasied numbers 1 of the trans has the numbers 111-2 and on another that I have has 111-8 what do these Numbers stand for. also is there nay way to tell what year a trans was built when it is not in a car ( the 904 I mean )I know somethings about cars enough to keep mine running so I do appreciate the info that You all are willing to share Thanks again Billy dont play that
 

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Automatic transmissions are dated with an Assembly Serial Number, found on the drivers side pan rail, which consists of: Assembly Plant, Part Number, 10,000 day Calendar Date, and a Build Sequence No. per day. (ie) - PK 3401663 2905 6299. Post your own numbers and someone will decode for you.
 
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