Transmission professionals can identify automatic transmissions in virtually any vehicle in the world, including models as current as 2016, with a new global edition Transmission Guide now available from Corteco, the supplier of TransTec® brand transmission and power steering kits.
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Developed specifically to eliminate confusion over look-alike transmissions, the convenient reference identifies transmissions by vehicle make, model, year and engine. You can select Hyundai, for example, to determine that a 2011 Genesis with a V6 3.3L engine has a 6-speed, rear wheel drive transmission (model TB-65SV).
“Corteco published the original Transmission-by-Vehicle Guide in 1996 and has continuously expanded this convenient reference to make it more useful to transmission professionals,” said Patty Richards, senior marketing manager for Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies. “Our goal is to assist shop owners and technicians across the world by making the complicated process of identifying transmissions a little easier,” added Richards.
The 112-page Transmission Guide is a compact, spiral-bound reference and includes an overhaul kit reference chart that simplifies identifying and ordering overhaul kits by transmission application.
Contact any authorized TransTec® Distributor for copies of the new 112-page Transmission Guide. The Transmission-by-Vehicle Guide can also be viewed on the Web or as a mobile app, both of which are continually updated so users always have access to the most current and comprehensive vehicle listings. The TransTec® Transmission-by-Vehicle app can be downloaded free of charge on the Google Play store (Android devices), Amazon.com (Kindle Fire) and the App Store (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch).
About TransTec® and Corteco
TransTec® brand transmission and power steering kits are produced by Corteco, the aftermarket business of Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies, the American partnership between Freudenberg Sealing Technologies in Germany and NOK Corp. in Japan. Together the companies make up the world’s largest producer of elastomeric seals and custom-molded products with annual revenues over $1 billion.