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Old 06-20-2010, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Are all 6.7s 68RFE? or what does 68RFE mean?

Hi all, total newb to diesels. Just wondering what the 68RFE means when listed in sigs?
Are all 6.7s have this 68RFE? How do can I tell if mine has this?
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Old 06-20-2010, 09:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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68RFE is the 6 speed automatic transmission that comes in the pickup 6.7's. If you have a 6.7, with a pickup bed and an automatic, you have a 68RFE.
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Thanks for the quick reply, and the info.
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Old 06-20-2010, 02:30 PM   #4 (permalink)
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the rfe designates, rearwheel drive, fully electronic
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So if I have a 4X4 then I do not have a 68rfe right?
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Yes you have the 68rfe.
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Huh... I learned something new. I thought the RFE meant Real F'ing Expensive. Cause it seemed quite expensive if you screw it up.
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So if I have a 4X4 then I do not have a 68rfe right?
Being a 4x4 has nothing to do with it if its automatic its a 68rfe if you have a manual you have what is called a G56 which is a mercedes benz design 6 speed manual
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Yes you have the 68rfe.
How can you say he has a 68 he never said he had an automatic or not
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If I'm not mistaken, I think that 68RFE stands for: 6 speeds, 800 trq capable from the factory, Rear wheel drive, Front Engine....
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the 6 is 6 speed, the 8 is the duty number, lower number, lower duty, The R stands for Rear Wheel Drive, The E stands for Electronic Controlled. The F I don't know about.

Ok, the F stands for Fully Electronic as in a TCM
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How can you say he has a 68 he never said he had an automatic or not
I see your point, I was assuming he had an automatic.

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