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|01-16-2020 09:29 AM|
Originally Posted by rhagfo View Post
Power driver isn’t necessary but came in handy for me
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|01-16-2020 06:37 AM|
|blackraptor||I just did my 60k service 2 weeks ago and I needed 9 1/2 quarts to fill it|
|01-16-2020 02:12 AM|
Originally Posted by Striper05 View Post
|01-15-2020 11:28 PM|
|gsbrockman||Did you read this ENTIRE thread though?|
|01-15-2020 11:18 PM|
Guys, i need some help.
I have a 2018 Ram 4500 6.7 cummins cabin chassis with 94k miles and Aisin transmission.
I am an idiot and somehow i miss understood when the transmission needs to be serviced...and i never changed the fluid nor the filter...this mechanic in town who works only on transmission and is very trusted in the trucking community here in west texas...said that if the transmission runs okay i should go ahead and change the fluid and filter and everything should be fine, well nothing is fine.
I got to it tonight, i just finished the job by the book, all the parts were from the dealership, i used only 7 quarts as for right now and i just started up the truck to see whatâ€™s up, the transmission makes a â€śgrindingâ€ť sound, more like when you are sending something by hand and that sanding sound is continuous ...and also the check engine light Is on, i went through the gears amd that went fine but i didnâ€™t move truck at all and instead i sat down and wrote this thread....
|01-02-2020 02:40 PM|
Performing a Drain & Fill on the Aisin AS69RC Transmission
I recently finished the transmission sump filter change and this is what I used to get to the 3 bolts behind the crossmember
1/4” drive with 1/4” flex extension and 10mm socket.
Started the bolts by hand with the flex extension to make sure no cross threading and then put the driver on it and the bolts zipped right in no problem
I was dreading the crossmember removal and came up with this solution
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|01-02-2020 09:43 AM|
Originally Posted by Raspy View Post
|12-30-2019 06:46 PM|
I recently changed the fluid and sump filter in the 2018 RAM 4500 Cab & Chassis. Since I’d never hacked apart one of the AS69RC transmission sump filters....I thought I’d go ahead and give it a try.
Not sure of the manufacturing process of this filter, but the case is tough and almost impossible to pry apart. I ended up using a thin cutoff wheel and just buzzed it in half. The filter media is really sandwiched in there as well.
Attached are a few pictures of said hacking.....
|10-13-2019 05:34 PM|
|Raspy||I've always used the Mobile ATF 3309. It's easy to order on Amazon. 6-7 quarts to re-fill, after each pan drain.|
|10-13-2019 10:42 AM|
Originally Posted by BellotteJ View Post
With the introduction of the improved and more robust AS69RC transmission in 2013 (used in Cab and Chassis trucks AND 3500 pickups) the name of the fluid was changed to simply ASRC fluid. Essentially......it is the same fluid, but is backwards compatible to 2007.5 The name was changed to eliminate any specificity of the older AS68RC fluid.
I order some stuff from Rock Auto.....just beware of some of their shipping charges, especially on heavier items like fluids. Sometimes all of the savings go away with the shipping. I have had great luck with a a few eBay and Amazon sellers purchasing cases of 12 quarts of the Mobil 3309 fluid.
|10-13-2019 09:14 AM|
|Jhenderson||Your trans is an Aisin AS69RC. That’s the correct fluid.|
|10-13-2019 02:31 AM|
|BellotteJ||I apologize in advance if this has already been covered. I read about 7 pages and gave up What about the AISIN ATF0T4 at Rockauto for $4.39 per QT? The reason I ask is if you click on the part number it states for Ram 3500 2011-2017, but the info states it is for OEM part #ASRC. I have a 2018 3500.......I know probably a dumb question, but I'd rather be an idiot now than put the wrong fluid in!|
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