How to Identify a Transmission?

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If you want to know how to identify a transmission, It's not difficult to locate. The transmission is on the bottom of the car, and a pan is attached to it. This pan holds the transmission fluid. Most of them are made of cast aluminum, so it's very easy to identify. You can find more information here: www.technicalvideos.com
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The procedure to identify a transmission will vary depending on the manufacturer. Auto manufacturers all use their own identity codes, as well as specific locations to find them when marking the transmissions they install in their vehicles.
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