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    Hi All,
    Can anyone tell me if the bellhousing on both the 3ltr & the 3.5ltr auto box is bolted on or is part of the gearbox casing ????
    Thanks in advance.
    SeaDog

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    Originally posted by SeaDog View Post
    Hi All,
    Can anyone tell me if the bellhousing on both the 3ltr & the 3.5ltr auto box is bolted on or is part of the gearbox casing ????
    Thanks in advance.
    SeaDog
    If anyone knows the answer to my above could you please respond???
    Many Thanks,
    SeaDog.

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    • #3
      i think they are all separate, but your talkin about 5 diff models of auto's or something, which ones specifically?

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      • #4
        Hi 6G74,
        My inquirey concerns the NH auto box. The reason being that if they are a bolt on then maybe I would be able to fit the NH bellhousing to one of the 3.5 boxes if they have the same bolt pattern and refit into my NH??? Can anyone tell if they have done it or if it can be done without any hassles???
        I await any responses!!!!
        Regards SeaDog.

        PS Do`s anybody have an email addy for Mitsubishi`s Tech department?

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        • #5
          Try asking on the Outerlimits Mitsubushi forum. Might find someone there whose done it.
          Cheers, John.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by SeaDog View Post
            Hi 6G74,
            if they are a bolt on then maybe I would be able to fit the NH bellhousing to one of the 3.5 boxes if they have the same bolt pattern and refit into my NH???

            To what advantage ?
            'No Princess' - NJ LWB - Modded 2.8TD

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            • #7
              Hi Jaydee,
              I have been told the 3.5 ltr box is a much stronger than the 3 ltr and if that is the case it should solve my problem of the AT temp light coming on when towing my 2.1 tonne van !!!
              Regards Seadog.

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              • #8
                Im going to say its effectively not possible - you would need to run an after market computer just to get it to work, and i very much doubt the auto will bolt up to your old belhousing and would guess its gonna be a hard question to get answered.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by SeaDog View Post
                  Hi Jaydee,
                  I have been told the 3.5 ltr box is a much stronger than the 3 ltr and if that is the case it should solve my problem of the AT temp light coming on when towing my 2.1 tonne van !!!
                  Regards Seadog.
                  Ah I see, thought you might have been after a better arrangement of gearing or something.

                  However, I wouldn't have thought strength had anything to do with the high fluid temp (hence the safety light illuminating) just that the existing 'box cooling system isn't coping with the challenge too well.

                  Installing a 'big daddy' (about the biggest known around for normal vehicles) fluid cooler would be cheaper than mucking about with making another box fit which may overheat anyway if the cooler isn't up to it.

                  Also having a huge cooler will increase fluid volume meaning under hard conditions it will take longer before the warning light should come on but cool quickly because of the cooler's heat transfer ability.

                  Strength as I understand for autos is the burning out after 100,000km when they should last 300,000km or more.
                  'No Princess' - NJ LWB - Modded 2.8TD

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