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Aisin AW Transmissions




Velvet Drive

Aisin 03-72LE (GM M41) — 4-speed longitudinal

450-43LE — 4-speed longitudinal

50-40LE/50-42LE — 4-speed transverse

60-40LE — 4-speed transverse

Aisin AF23 transmission — 5-speed transverse

55-50SN/RE5F22A/AF33-5 — 5-speed transverse

TF-60SN – 6-speed transverse

AW-4 (Used in XJ Jeep Cherokee and early ZJ Grand Cherokee) 4-speed longitudinal

Also known to be used as A340h in some Toyota 4x4s like mid ’80s 4runners

AS68RC (2007- Dodge Ram 3500/4500/5500 Cab Chassis) 6-speed longitudinal

Aisin T-030 transmission — Hybrid Electric Planetary (Hybrid Escape)

Aisin T-031 transmission — Hybrid Electric Planetary (Hybrid Escape)

Aisin T-100 transmission — Hybrid Electric Planetary (Lexus GS450h)

Aisin B-600 transmission. 6-speed longitudinal (Hyundai Genesis 3.8)

Manual transmissions

Aisin manual and semi-automatic transmissions are manufactured by Aisin AI.

Longitudinal rear wheel drive

1984– AX5 — 5-speed

Jeep Cherokee XJ with 4-cyl engine

Jeep Wrangler YJ/TJ with 4-cyl engine

1988– AX15 — 5-speed

Jeep Cherokee XJ (1989-1999) with 6-cyl engine

Jeep Comanche MJ (1989-1992) with 6-cyl engine

Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ (1993 only) with 6-cyl engine

Jeep Wrangler YJ/TJ (1989-1999) with 6-cyl engine


1988-1995 R150F 5-speed with 3VZE V6 engine

1989-1995 G58 5-speed with 22RE 4-cyl engine

1986-1987 R151F 5-speed with 22RTE 4-cyl engine

1985-1995 W56 5-speed with 22RE 4-cyl engine

1984-1987 G54 5-speed with 22R 4-cyl engine

1984-1987 G52 5-speed with 22R 4-cyl engine

1983 L52 5-speed with 22R 4-cyl engine

1981-1982 L50 5-speed with 22R 4-cyl engine


1984-1999 A340F 4-speed with 22RE, 22RTE 4-cyl engines

1988-1995 A340H 4-speed with 3VZE 3.0l SOHC V6-cyl engines

1995-1998 A340F 4-speed with 5VZE 3.4l DOHC V6-cyl engines ( T-100 only )

May 1997– AH15/AH16 — 6-speed

Toyota Dyna, Toyota Coaster, Hino Dutro

December 1997– AZ6 — 6-speed

Honda S2000, Mazda Miata/MX-5/Roadster, Mazda RX-8, Toyota Altezza/Lexus IS200

May 1999– AW5 — 5-speed

Toyota Hilux, Toyota Tacoma, Suzuki Grand Vitara/Escudo

October 2003– AM15 — 5-speed

Toyota Dyna, Hino Dutro

February 2004– AY6 — 6-speed longitudinal

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado, Toyota Tundra, Toyota Tacoma, Cadillac CTS, Holden Commodore

AR5 — 5-speed longitudinal (GM RPO AM5)

Toyota Hilux, Toyota Land Cruiser/Prado, Isuzu Trooper/Bighorn, Suzuki Grand Vitara/Escudo, BMC Levend, Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Pontiac Solstice, Saturn Sky[citation needed]

AH5 — 5-speed longitudinal

Toyota Land Cruiser

AG5 — 5-speed longitudinal

Toyota Hilux, Toyota Hiace, Suzuki Grand Vitara/Escudo, Chevrolet Niva

AM5 — 5-speed longitudinal

Toyota Dyna, Toyota Coaster, Hino Dutro

Transverse front wheel drive

December 1998– BC5 — 5-speed

Toyota Yaris/Vitz

August 1999– BC16 — 6-speed

Toyota Celica, Toyota MR-S, Toyota Corolla

December 2002– MC5 — 5-speed automated manual

Toyota Yaris/Vitz, Suzuki Swift

June 2002– BE35 — 5-speed

Toyota Avensis, Toyota RAV4

January 2004– MC25 — 5-speed automated manual

Toyota Corolla

February 2005– BG6 — 6-speed

Toyota Avensis, Toyota Corolla, Toyota RAV4, Mazda6, Mazda5, Mitsubishi Eclipse, Mitsubishi Grandis

October 2005– TF-80SC — 6-speed

Alfa Romeo 159, Alfa Romeo Brera, Alfa Romeo Spider, Volvo S60R, Volvo V70R, Volvo S80, Volvo XC90, Peugeot 407

Longitudinal rear wheel drive (transaxle)

SP6 — 6-speed *** 996= Getrag 450

Porsche 911


April 1997– BC6 — 6-speed

August 1998– AP2 — industrial

List of Aisin AW Transmissions by Wikipedia

Honda Tranmissions

1973–1979 H2 — 2-speed

Honda Civic, Honda Accord, Honda Prelude

1979–1985 H3 — 3-speed

Honda Civic, Honda Accord, Honda Prelude, Honda CRX

1983–1991 H4 — 4-speed (aka AS/AK/F4/CA/P1/K4/L4/PY8A/ML4A/MY8A)

Accord, Prelude, Integra

1986–1990 G4 — 4-speed (aka L5/PL5X)

Honda/Acura Legend

1989–1991 Civic AWD — 4-speed (aka MPSA/S5)

Honda Civic AWD


Honda Accord, Honda Prelude, Honda Odyssey[disambiguation needed]/Isuzu Oasis, Acura CL

1990–2000 Integra — 4-speed (aka MP7A/MPRA/RO/S4XA/SKWA/SP7A)

Acura Integra

1991–1998 Vigor — 4-speed (aka M1WA/MPWA)

Acura Vigor, Acura TL

1991–2003 MPYA — 4-speed (aka MPYA/M5DA/M5HA/MPYA)

Acura Legend, Acura TL, Acura RL

1992–2003 S24A — 4-speed (also A24A/A2YA/A4RA/B46A/B4RA/B7ZA/BDRA/BMXA/M24A/M4RA/M4TA/MCVA/MDLA/MDMA/MRVA/S4RA/SLXA)

Civic, del Sol, CR-V

1995–2002 B7XA — 4-speed (aka B7TA/B7VA/B7YA/M7ZA/MPZA)

Honda Accord, Acura CL, Honda Odyssey[disambiguation needed]/Isuzu Oasis, Acura TL

1996–2003 Multimatic — CVT (also M4VA/MLYA/SLYA)

Honda Civic HX CVT, Honda City

1997–2002 M6HA — 4-speed (also B6VA/BAXA/MAXA/MDWA/MGRA)

Honda Prelude, Acura CL, Honda Accord, Honda Odyssey[disambiguation needed]/Isuzu Oasis


Acura TL, Acura CL, Acura MDX, Acura RSX, Honda Odyssey[disambiguation needed], Honda Accord

[edit] Manual transmissions

A2K5-1986-89 Honda Accord 5 Speed A2Q6-1987-89 Honda Prelude 5 Speed

List of Honda Transmissions by Wikipedia

Nissan Transmission

Conventional automatic transmissions

Longitudinal engine rear wheel drive

1969–1989 L3N71B — First Jatco-developed 3-speed

1983–1987 L4N71B/E4N71B — 4-speed light/medium duty (aka Mazda N4A-EL)

1988–2001 RL4R01A/RE4R01A — 4-speed light/medium duty (aka Mazda R4A-EL)

RE4R03A/JR403E/RG4R01A — 4-speed

1989–? RE5R01A — 5-speed

Nissan Skyline, Nissan Cedric, Nissan Gloria, Nissan Laurel, Nissan Cefiro

2002–? RE5R05A — 5-speed

Transverse engine front wheel drive

1982–1990 RL3F01A/RN3F01A — 3-speed transaxle

1982–1985 RL4F01A — 4-speed transaxle

1985–1994 RE4F02A/RL4F02A — 4-speed transaxle

1991–2001 RE4F03A/RL4F03A — 4-speed transaxle

1992–2001 RE4F04A/RE4F04V — 4-speed transaxle (aka GEO/Isuzu 4F20E/JF403E and Mazda LJ4A-EL)

Front wheel drive transaxles

3-speed ultra lightweight keicar

Suzuki Alto, Mazda Carol

3-speed high-performance keicar

Mitsubishi eK Wagon, Mitsubishi Minica, Nissan Otti

3-speed high-performance compact

Proton Perdana

4-speed ultra lightweight keicar

Mitsubishi eK Active, Classy, Sport, Wagon, i, Nissan Otti

Jatco JF405E — 4-speed ultra-light compact (formerly JF402E)

Suzuki Wagon-R, Suzuki MR Wagon, Nissan Moco, Mazda AZ-Wagon, Mazda Laputa, Hyundai Atoz, Kia Morning, Daewoo Matiz

Jatco JF404E — 4-speed ultra-light compact

VW Polo, VW Lupo, SEAT Arosa, Škoda Fabia

4-speed compact

Nissan Tiida, Nissan Note, Nissan March, Nissan Wingroad, Nissan Bluebird Sylphy, Renault Samsung SM3

4-speed small/medium

Mitsubishi Grandis, Mitsubishi Galant, Mitsubishi Lancer, Mitsubishi Lancer Wagon

4-speed medium

Mitsubishi Lancer Cargo

Jatco JF613E 6-speed automatic transmission as used in the Renault Laguna.

4-speed medium/large

Nissan Altima, Nissan Quest, Nissan X-Trail, Renault Samsung SM5

Jatco JF506E 5-speed medium/large

VW Golf, VW Sharan, MG Rover, Land Rover Freelander, Jaguar X-Type, Ford Mondeo, Mazda MPV

5-speed medium/large

Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Wagon

Jatco JF613E 6-speed medium/large

Renault Laguna, Renault Scénic, Nissan Qashqai, Mitsubishi Outlander

Rear wheel drive transmissions

4-speed keicar

Mitsubishi Town Box, Mitsubishi Pajero Mini, Mitsubishi Minicab, Nissan Clipper Van and Truck

4-speed medium

Nissan Skyline, Nissan Stagea

Jatco JR405E transmission — 4-speed

4-speed medium

Mazda RX-8, Mazda Bongo

4-speed medium/large

Nissan Cima 4WD

5-speed medium/large

Mitsubishi Pajero

Jatco JR507E — 5-speed medium/large

Nissan President, Nissan Cima, Nissan Fuga, Nissan Skyline, Nissan Elgrand, Nissan Fairlady Z, Subaru Legacy Turbo

Jatco JR710E/JR711E: 7-speed medium/large[1]

Infiniti EX37, Infiniti FX50

Continuously variable transmissions

Jatco JF011E and Nissan MR20DE engine.

Front wheel drive

Jatco JF011E

Nissan Lafesta, Nissan Serena, Nissan Bluebird Sylphy, Nissan X-Trail (T31), Mitsubishi Outlander, Dodge Caliber, Jeep Compass, Jeep Patriot.

Jatco JF009E

Nissan Tiida, Nissan Note, Nissan Cube, Nissan March, Nissan Wingroad

Jatco F1C1

Mitsubishi Colt, Mitsubishi Colt Plus, Mitsubishi Lancer

Jatco F06A

Nissan Primera

Jatco JF010E

Nissan Teana, Nissan Presage, Nissan Murano

Rear wheel drive

Jatco JR006E: Toroidal CVT

Nissan Skyline 350GT-8

Hybrid vehicle systems

CVT for Nissan Tino

List of Nissan Transmissions by Wikipedia

We offer rebuilding of almost any transmission. Here are some transmissions we can rebuild and offer for sale below. Listing transmissions from GM first, Ford Transmissions next, and Chrysler transmissions last.

General Motors Transmissions

Early models

The GM Hydra-Matic was a success and installed in the majority of GM models by 1950. Through the 1950s, all makers were working on their own automatic transmission, with four more developed inside GM alone. All of GM’s early automatic transmissions were replaced by variants of the Turbo-Hydramatic by the 1970s.

1940–1967 Hydra-Matic — Oldsmobile (now the trade name for all GM automatic transmissions)
1948–1964 Dynaflow — Buick
1950–1973 Powerglide — Chevrolet (also used by Pontiac)
1957–1961 Turboglide — Chevrolet (V8 models only, except Corvette)
1958–1959 Flightpitch — Buick
1961–1963 Dual Path Turbine Drive — Buick
1961–1964 Roto Hydramatic — Oldsmobile/Pontiac
1964–1969 Super Turbine 300 — Buick/Oldsmobile/Pontiac (Oldsmobile Jetaway)
1968–1969 Torquedrive — Chevrolet (manually shifted automatic, 6 cyl only)


The Turbo-Hydramatic was used by all GM divisions, and formed the basis for the company’s modern Hydramatic line. The basic rear-wheel drive Turbo-Hydramatic spawned two front-wheel drive variants, the transverse Turbo-Hydramatic 125, and the longitudinal Turbo-Hydramatic 425. A third variant was the light-duty rear wheel drive Turbo-Hydramatic 180 used in many European models.

Heavy-duty rear wheel drive

1971–19?? 3L80HD (heavy duty version of TH400)

Medium-duty rear wheel drive

1964–1992 Super Turbine 400/TH400/3L80
1969–1986 TH350/TH350C/TH375B/TH250/TH250C
1972–1976 TH375 — Light duty version of TH400
1976–1987 TH200/TH200C
1981–1990 TH200-4R
1982–1993 TH700R4/4L60

Light-duty rear wheel drive

1969–1998 TH180/TH180C/3L30 — 3-speed European/Asian model

Transverse front wheel drive

1980–1996 TH125/TH125C/3T40 — 3-speed light-duty
1984–1994 TH440-T4/4T60 — 4-speed medium-duty

Longitudinal front wheel drive

1966–1978 TH425 — 3-speed
1979–1981 TH325 — 3-speed
1982–1985 TH325-4L — 4-speed

Electronic Hydra-Matics

The next-generation transmissions, introduced in the early 1990s, were the electronic Hydra-Matics based on the Turbo-Hydramatic design. Most early electronic transmissions use the “-E” designator to differentiate them from their non-electronic cousins, but this has been dropped on transmissions with no mechanical version like the new GM 6L80 transmission.

Today, GM uses a simple naming scheme for their transmissions, with the “Hydra-Matic” name used on most automatics across all divisions.
3/4/5/6 L/T ## -E
Number of forward gears L=Longitudinal
T=Transverse GVWR rating “E” for Electronic
“HD” for Heavy Duty

First-generation longitudinal (Rear Wheel drive)

1991–2001 4L30-E — 4-speed light-duty (used in BMW, Cadillac, Isuzu, and Opel cars)
1992– 4L60-E/4L65-E — 4-speed medium-duty (used in GM trucks and rear-wheel-drive cars)
1991– 4L80-E/4L85-E — 4-speed heavy-duty (used in GM trucks)

First-generation transverse (Front Wheel drive)

1995– 4T40-E/4T45-E — 4-speed light-duty (used in smaller front wheel drive GM vehicles)
1991– 4T60-E/4T65-E/4T65E-HD — 4-speed medium-duty (used in larger front wheel drive GM vehicles)
1993– 4T80-E — 4-speed heavy-duty (used in large front wheel drive GM vehicles, only with Cadillac NorthStar V8.

Second-generation longitudinal (Rear Wheel drive)

2000– 5L40-E/5L50 — 5-speed medium-duty (used in Cadillac’s Sigma vehicles)
2007– 6L45/6L50 — 6-speed medium-duty (used in GM Sigma platform cars)
2006– 6L80/6L90 — 6-speed heavy-duty (used in GM trucks and performance cars)

Second-generation transverse (Front Wheel drive)

2008– 6T40 — 6-speed light-duty
2006– 6T70/6T75 — 6-speed medium-duty

Aisin AF33 — 5-speed transverse automatic made by Aisin AW Co., Ltd.
Allison 1000 Series — 6-speed longitudinal automatic made by Allison Transmission
Saturn MP6/MP7 — 4-speed automatic developed by Saturn for use in the S-series from 1991-2002
VTi transmission — continuously variable transmission


8-speed automatic transmission[2]

Manual transmissions

Aisin AR5/MA5 — 5-speed longitudinal manual made by Aisin
Aisin AY6 — 6-speed longitudinal manual made by Aisin
FDF Germany F35 — 5-speed transverse manual made by FDF Germany
FGP Germany F40 — 6-speed transverse manual made by FGP Germany
Getrag 282 — 5-speed transverse manual designed by Getrag and manufactured by Muncie Getrag
Getrag 284 — 5-speed transverse manual designed by Getrag and manufactured by Muncie Getrag
Getrag F23 — 5-speed transverse manual made by Getrag
Getrag 260 — 5-speed longitudinal manual made by Getrag
Muncie M20 — 4-speed longitudinal wide ratio manual transmission made by Muncie
Muncie M21/M22 — 4-speed longitudinal close ratio manual transmission made by Muncie
New Venture Gear NV1500- 5-speed longitudinal manual made by New Venture Gear
New Venture Gear 3500/4500 — 5-speed longitudinal manual made by New Venture Gear
Saturn MP2/MP3 — 5-speed manual developed by Saturn for use in the S-Series from 1991-2002
Tremec T-56 — 6-speed longitudinal manual overdrive made by Tremec
Tremec TR-6060 — 6-speed longitudinal manual overdrive made by Tremec
ZF S6-650 — 6-speed longitudinal manual made by ZF Friedrichshafen
SM465 – 4 speed used in 80’s and 90’s Chevy 3/4 ton trucks

List of GM Transmission by Wikipedia

Ford Transmissions


1950–1965 Ford-O-Matic
1958–1979 Cruise-O-Matic
1968–1981 FMX—A hybrid of the FX and MX
1964–1981 C4
Most small-block V8 powered cars of the 1960s and 1970s in the North American market
1966–1996 C6
Most big-block V8 powered cars of the 1960s and 1970s in the North American market
1974–1989 C3—Light-duty, smaller than the C4
1982–1986 C5—Improved C4, with a lock-up converter
1985–1994 A4LD—C3 with overdrive
1989–1996 E4OD—C6 with overdrive
1998– 4R100—Replaces the E4OD transmission
1995–2001 4R44E—Electronically controlled A4LD, light-duty
1995–1997 4R55E—Electronically controlled A4LD, heavy-duty
1997–Current 5R44/5R55 Series—5-speed based on the 4R44E/4R55E, Bordeaux Transmission
Lincoln LS and Ford Thunderbird
Ford Falcon (Australia)
2005–Current Ford Mustang V6[1]
1980–1993 AOD—Ford’s first 4-speed automatic transmission, based on the FMX but with a torque-splitting feature.
1992– AOD-E—Electronic AOD
1993– AOD-EW/4R70W—Strengthened AOD-E with lower 1st and 2nd gear ratios
2003– 4R75E/4R75W
AXOD family—Van Dyke Transmission
1986–1991 AXOD—4-speed transaxle
Ford Taurus, Lincoln Continental, Mercury Sable
1991–1993 AXOD-E—4-speed electronic transaxle
Ford Taurus, Lincoln Continental, Mercury Sable
1994–2003 AX4S—4-speed electronic transaxle
Ford Taurus, Ford Windstar, Lincoln Continental, Mercury Sable
1995–2007 AX4N/4F50N—4-speed electronic transaxle
Ford Freestar, Ford Taurus, Ford Windstar, Lincoln Continental, Mercury Monterey, Mercury Sable
1980–1994 FLC—3-speed hydraulic transaxle
Ford Escort, Ford Tempo, Mercury Topaz, Ford Taurus, Mercury Sable, and Ford EXP
1989–1997 4EAT-G—4-speed Mazda design transaxle
Ford Probe
1990–2003 F-4EAT—4-speed electronic transaxle—Replaces the FLC transaxle
Ford Escort, Mercury Tracer
1994–2007 CD4E—4-speed transaxle, Batavia Transmission—Replaces the 4EAT-G transaxle
Ford Contour, Ford Escape, Ford Mondeo, Ford Probe, Mercury Cougar, Mercury Mariner, Mercury Mystique, Mazda Tribute, Mazda 626.
2000–present 4F27E—4-speed Ford/Mazda—Replaces the CD4E transaxle
Ford Focus
2000–present Durashift
Ford Transit
Ford Mondeo
Ford Focus
Ford Fusion
2004–2010 5R110W – 5-speed automatic with Tow/Haul mode – Replaces 4R100 in Super Duty trucks
Ford Super Duty
2011-present 6R140 – 6-speed automatic with Tow/Haul mode – Replaces 5R110W in Super Duty trucks. As of 2011 only transmission(manual or automatic) available in Ford Super Duty trucks.


2005–present Aisin AWF-21 6-speed
Ford Five Hundred, Ford Fusion, Mercury Montego, Mercury Milan, Lincoln Zephyr, Lincoln MKZ, Mazda6, Mazda CX-7, Mazda CX-9, Land Rover LR2
2005–2007 ZF-Batavia CFT30—Continuously variable transaxle (CVT)
Ford Freestyle, Ford Five Hundred, Mercury Montego
2005–present ZF 6-speed transmission
Ford Falcon (BF, FG)
Ford Territory (AWD)
Lincoln Navigator
2006–present 6R60 6-speed transmission
Ford Explorer, Ford Explorer Sport Trac, Mercury Mountaineer
2007–present 6R80 6-speed transmission
Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator, 2009 Ford F-Series
2007–present 6F50—6-speed transaxle, Van Dyke Transmission
Ford Edge, Lincoln MKX, Lincoln MKS, Ford Taurus, Ford Taurus X, Mercury Sable, Ford Flex, Lincoln MKT
2009–present 6F35—6-speed transaxle, Van Dyke Transmission
Ford Escape, Mercury Mariner, Mazda Tribute, Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan
2009–present 6F55—6-speed transaxle (designed for use with the 3.5L Ecoboost V6)
Lincoln MKS, Ford Flex, Ford Taurus SHO, Lincoln MKT

Automated manual

2008–present PowerShift—6-speed dual clutch transmission
Ford Focus, Ford C-Max, Ford S-Max, Ford Galaxy, Ford Mondeo

List of Ford Transmission by Wikipedia

Chrysler Transmissions


1941–1942 M4 Vacamatic/Simplimatic — 4-speed semi-automatic
1946–1953 M6 Presto-Matic — 4-speed semi-automatic with Fluid Drive (aka Tip-Toe Shift, Gyro-Matic, Fluid-Matic) or Fluid Torque Drive
1953–1954 Hy-Drive — 3-speed manual transmission behind a torque converter
1954–1961 PowerFlite — 2-speed automatic
1956– TorqueFlite — 3-speed automatic
1956–1961 A488
1962– 1994 A727 (36RH/37RH)
A518 (46RH/46RE) — 4-speed automatic
1994–2003 A618 (47RH/47RE) — 4-speed heavy-duty automatic
2003–2007 A818 (48RE) — 4-speed heavy-duty automatic
1960– A904 (30RH)
A998/A999 (31RH/32RH)
1988– A500 (40RH/42RH/40RE/42RE/44RE) — 4-speed automatic
1978–1983 A404 — 3-speed front-wheel drive transaxle
1981–2001 A413
1981–1987 A470
1987–2000 A670
1989–present Ultradrive
1989–present A604 (41TE/41AE) — 4-speed automatic
1993–present A606 (42LE/42RLE) — 4-speed automatic
2007–present 40TES/41TES — 4-speed automatic
2007–present 62TE — 6-speed automatic
1999–present 45RFE — 4-speed automatic
545RFE — 5-speed automatic
2007–present 68RFE — 6-speed longitudinal heavy-duty automatic

Model number conventions

Newer Chrysler automatic transmissions follow standard model number conventions. Below are the available values and some example transmission models:
Speeds Torque Rating Drive/Orientation Control System
Values 4, 5, 6 0, 1, 2, 5, 7, 8 (R)ear, (L)ongitudinal, (T)ransverse (E)lectronic, (F)ull (E)lectronic, (H)ydraulic
31TH 3 1 T H
41TE 4 1 T E
42LE 4 2 L E
42RLE 4 2 R, L E
545RFE 5,4 5 R FE
68RFE 6 8 R FE

Chrysler A460 transmission — 4-speed manual transaxle
Chrysler A465 transmission — 5-speed manual transaxle
Chrysler A525 transmission — 5-speed manual transaxle
Chrysler A520 transmission — 5-speed manual transaxle
Chrysler A523 transmission — 5-speed manual transaxle
Chrysler A543 transmission — 5-speed manual transaxle
Chrysler A555 transmission — 5-speed manual transaxle, Chrysler-built (NPG) with Getrag-sourced gearset
Chrysler A568 transmission — 5-speed manual transaxle, Chrysler-built (NPG) with Getrag-sourced gearset
NSG370 transmission — 6-speed overdrive manual transmission
NVG A578 — 5-speed manual transaxle for the Dodge Neon and various GM subcompacts
Chrysler A833 — 4-speed manual manufactured by New Process Gear used 1964 though the early ’80s

Non-Chrysler Transmissions used on Chrysler vehicles

Aisin-Warner AW4 4-speed longitudinal
1987-2001 Jeep Cherokee I6
1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee I6
Aisin AS68RC 6-speed longitudinal
2007- Dodge Ram 3500/4500/5500 Cab Chassis)


Aisin AX5
1984-1988 Jeep Cherokee XJ 4-cyl.
1984-1988 Jeep Wrangler YJ/TJ 4-cyl.
Aisin AX15
1989-1999 Jeep Cherokee XJ with 6-cyl.
1989-1992 Jeep Commanche MJ with 6-cyl.
1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee XJ with 6-cyl.
1989-1999 Jeep Wrangler YJ/TJ with 6-cyl.

List of Chrysler Transmissions by Wikipedia.