What transmission does a LLY Duramax have?
Auto Allison Transmission
LLY Duramax Specifications Chart
|Transmission:||2004-2005: 5-Speed Auto Allison Transmission 2006: 6-Speed Auto Allison Transmission|
|Vin Identification: (8th Digit)||2|
|Displacement:||6.6 Liters or 403 Cubic Inches|
|Engine Weight:||835 Lbs|
Should you flush Allison Transmission?
Only flushing the fluid will rid the system of all the old transmission fluid and debris that is caught up in the transmission. Your Allison Transmission will be able to get any job done for many miles by flushing and changing the fluid on a regular basis. Allow all the fluid to drain out.
How much HP can a LML handle?
In stock form it can support 520-550 RWHP with the help of a lift pump. For 600HP you simply need more pump. The Exergy Stroker Cp4 or the ATS add a pump kit can both get you to your goal.
What do you need to change transmission fluid on 2005 Chevy Duramax?
I am needing to change the transmission fluid and filter for my 2005 Chevy Duramax Allison transmission. I went to O’Reilly to get a filter and they said there is 2 filters to replace – one is inside the pan and the other is a twist on.
What kind of transmission does a Duramax LLY have?
Ideal for maintaining a factory ride, this part has a stock fit and finish.Features:Factory Fit & FinishMade to Stringent SpecificationsConstructed From Quality Materials The Allison 29541852 NSBU (Neutral Start Back Up) Switch is genuine OEM replacement for the malfunctioning NSBU switch in your 2004.5-2005 GM 6.6L Duramax LLY.
What kind of transmission cover for GM 6.6L Duramax?
The Fleece FPE-ALL-PTO-CVR Allison 1000 Billet PTO Covers is a great was to dress up your old rusted PTO cover on your 2001-2018 GM 6.6L Duramax. This kit will add rigidity to the transmission case and features billet covers, gaskets, and utilizes button head bolts to give the covers an even cleaner look.
What kind of transmission dipstick does a GM Duramax use?
The GM 15794381 Transmission Dipstick is a direct replacement for the 2001-2007 GM 6.6L Duramax. This part is also commonly used on the 2007.5-2010 LMM models when a left hand dipstick tube is in use due to space restrictions with compound and custom turbo setups.