Quick Answer: Which Transmission Is Better Aisin Or 68rfe?

How can you tell the difference between a 68rfe and Aisin transmission?

If your yellow dipstick handle is on the right side of your engine (the driver’s side), you’re likely looking at a vehicle with an Aisin transmission.

If your dipstick is just to the left of your engine, you’re most likely dealing with the 68RFE..

Is the 68rfe a good transmission?

The 68RFE is a well-designed and strong transmission with gear splits suited to the normal load-moving tasks faced by heavy-duty Ram diesel pickups. But it’s not strong enough to handle the high-output Cummins if one is towing at or near the maximum rating of a Ram 3500 day in and day out.

How long do Aisin transmissions last?

Anywhere between 1 mile and 1 million miles is a safe bet. There are so many factors….it’s just not possible to name an expected service life.

How much horsepower can the Aisin transmission handle?

Aisin: The Aisin 6-speed automatic is one of the transmissions available with Ram’s 6.7L Cummins turbo-diesel engine. This engine produces up to 400 hp and 1,000 lb-ft of clean-diesel torque. With the Aisin transmission, it can tow 31,000 pounds.

How do you pronounce Aisin transmission?

Aisin=(A)-(zin) as pronounced in the English language.

What transmission is in the 6.7 Cummins?

automatic transmissionPROVEN AND LEGENDARY6.7L CUMMINS® TURBO DIESEL I6 ENGINE When paired with the available AISIN six-speed automatic transmission, the 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel I6 engine becomes a high-output engine, offering 930 lb-ft of torque in the low end where heavy-hauling customers need it most.