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Hi ,
i have  2007 sebring 4 dr. with a 2.4 world engine and automatic transmission, it has about 126k miles. i want to change the trans fluid and filter. The problem is i am not sure how to tell which model transmission i have so i can order the correct trans filter. It there a way to tell from outside the transmission? Is there some code to look for somewhere?
thanks
tom bochenek

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Hi Tom,
Look at the body code plate. On the very bottom line the first three digits are a code for the transmission, but I will have to do some research to see what it stands for. I know it is either a 40te or a 41te. Let me know what you find.
Roland
PS: The 41te has the code DGL, but I can't find the code for the 40te. Thanks for the rating and nomination.

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