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Yeah its yellow. So what?
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Hey everyone, I was searching around here to find out which model transmission I have and couldn't find anything similar to mine :eek:

I have a 2.0 Manual GL which I keep seeing references to 02J... But the little plate on the top of mine doesn't look like the DIY's on here



ECT 05092 6, -0545 ???

Anyone have any clue?
 

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No NB Yellow Trifecta :(
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ECT? NB Transmission ... :confused: that is the Sub-Transmission Code; what is the Transmission Code? The manufactured date is Sep 5, 2002.

For O1M I have these Sub-Trans Codes ...
DYQ
ECN, ECP, ECV, EFB, ELT, ELU, ELY, ELZ, EPB, EPC, EPG, EPH and EPP
FDB, FDC, FDF and FDG

For O9G I have these Sub-Trans Codes ...
GGZ and GHE
HFZ, HGA, HHG, HMD, HTU and HTT

For O2E I have these Sub-Trans Codes ...
GHG, GPX and GYS
HLJ, HQJ and HQP
HXW

For O2J I have these Sub-Trans Codes ...
DQY and DZQ
EBJ, EBP, EBQ, EGR, EGS, EGT, EGX, EKG, EZH and EZK
FBV, FBW, FDS and FDU

For O2M I have these Sub-Trans Codes ...
ERR
FML and FZQ

For OA4 I have these Sub-Trans Codes ...
HJE and JCW
 

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No NB Yellow Trifecta :(
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That is the right plate, right? Or is there another I should be looking for?
All Transmissions have two codes; your pic is the sub-code, which is the second code. The sub-code denotes the Capacity Allocations, Gear Ratios and Date of Manufacture.

The Transmission Code (first 3 digits) is found on the drivers side of the transmission, either just to the right side or below the axle CV Boot. The Sub-Code (second 3 digits) is found just behind the power steering pump and left rear corner of the battery, on top of the transmission
 

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