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ATS 47RE 48RE GM SOLENOID BLOCK CONVERSION KIT FITS 1996-2007 5.9L CUMMINS

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$171.00
SKU: 303-100-2188
GM conversion Governor Pressure Solenoid Block Conversion Kit, Dodge, 1996-2007, fits all 46-RE, 47-RE and 48-RE Dodge/Chrysler Gas and Diesel Transmissions. Replaces Mopar Factory P/N 4617210. Corrects codes P01756, P01763, P01762 and P01757. This is a precision cast aluminum pressure manifold block that completely replaces the original part. Dodge uses a very cheep, problematic solenoid that is modulated to emulate governor pressure. This assembly removes the small stock solenoid and cast housing and replaces it with an over sized GM Heavy duty solenoid that has 6 times the force to accurately control the metering valve that creates governor pressure. Governor pressure is responsible for making the transmission to up shift, down shift and part throttle shifts. Common causes of a failing factory governor pressure solenoid are no up shifts, late up shifts, sticking in a gear, erratic shifting when cold and poor shift performance. In many cases a check engine light will come on indicating there is a transmission problem, often being caused be a failing governor pressure solenoid. This part can easily be changed by simply dropping the pan, removing the filter, removing 6 bolts and installing the new aluminum solenoid block and HD Solenoid.
GM conversion Governor Pressure Solenoid Block Conversion Kit, Dodge, 1996-2007, fits all 46-RE, 47-RE and 48-RE Dodge/Chrysler Gas and Diesel Transmissions. Replaces Mopar Factory P/N 4617210. Corrects codes P01756, P01763, P01762 and P01757. This is a precision cast aluminum pressure manifold block that completely replaces the original part. Dodge uses a very cheep, problematic solenoid that is modulated to emulate governor pressure. This assembly removes the small stock solenoid and cast housing and replaces it with an over sized GM Heavy duty solenoid that has 6 times the force to accurately control the metering valve that creates governor pressure. Governor pressure is responsible for making the transmission to up shift, down shift and part throttle shifts. Common causes of a failing factory governor pressure solenoid are no up shifts, late up shifts, sticking in a gear, erratic shifting when cold and poor shift performance. In many cases a check engine light will come on indicating there is a transmission problem, often being caused be a failing governor pressure solenoid. This part can easily be changed by simply dropping the pan, removing the filter, removing 6 bolts and installing the new aluminum solenoid block and HD Solenoid.