Chevrolet transmissions can be manual or automatic. Automatic transmission on a Chevy can be identified in one of two ways: You can look at the size of the pan on the transmission or you can search for the identification number that has been stamped somewhere on the casing.
How do I know what Chevy transmission I have?
Open the driver’s side door and find the white card on the side of the door that is filled with small black lettering. This card contains specific details about the year the car was made, its transmission, engine specifications and other details. Underneath or beside the “TR” symbol will be a number code.
Does VIN number tell your transmission?
Does VIN Number Tell Me About My Transmission? Yes, the Vehicle identification number reveals information about the transmission of the vehicle. The Vehicle identification number is a 17-digit number where each of them has a unique meaning that is associated with the vehicle.
Where is the transmission number located?
The transmission number will be on the side of the transmission, or on the top of the transmission (manual and automatic respectively).
How do you identify transmission numbers?
Using a good flashlight, look for part numbers stamped into the transmission pan or the transmission itself. Your local auto part store or dealer will be able to cross-reference the numbers to determine the kind of transmission the part belongs to.
How do I find out what options my car has?
You can find details about your vehicle’s factory options using your vehicle identification number (VIN). Contact the service department of your car manufacturer’s dealership. Provide them with your VIN and ask for all options your car was ordered with.