OK, I'll start with what I have ... 1990 Dodge Dynasty - 3.0L ... start the car, start driving (in 1st gear), it shifts to 2nd, and I'm in 2nd until I shut the car off. Slight side note: I also have/had (all Chrysler) - 1990 Fifth Avenue 3.3L, 1993 New Yorker 3.3L, 1996 LHS 3.5L, 1998 Concorde LXi 3.2L There's a reason for mentioning these. Provided they have one, I can get a transmission for ~$50 at the local wrecking yard ... Here lies my dilemma. A604/41TE, A604/41AE, A606/42LE, A670, and OHH! 62TE OK, the A606/42LE is for Longitudinal (normal) engines - a modified 41TE ... hence the "L" (see LHS and Concorde) The 41AE is for AWD ... hence the "A" So, I'm looking at (for Dynasty) the A604/41TE and A670 The 670 was a 3spd paired with the Mitsu 3.0L (6G72) from '87-'00 but the 6G72, in the Dynasty, is only listed for '88-'89 - I have a '90 so ... On to the A604/41TE ... listed in Dynasty from '89-'93 BUT, looking at it, it states that it was commonly paired with the 3.3L - I have the 3.0L It does mention that there are 4 bellhousings ... 1) 2.5L 2) 6G72 3) 3.3L and 3.8L 4) 2.0L and 2.4L but also mentions, due to problems, that the A670 may have been used with the 6G72 Damn, I'm an idiot, I just thought ... all I need is an A670 or an A604/41TE from a 3.0L ... Well, really, the dilemma is - Where do I find an A604/41TE if pre-90 Dynastys were A670 and '90+ Dynastys may have been A670? Then there's this gem ... 62TE - it's a 6spd derivative of the 41TE used with the 3.5L, 3.8L, and 4.0L from '07+ on Sebring and Pacifica, '08+ on Avenger and minivans, and '09+ on Dodge Journey and VW Routan Could I manage a 6spd Dynasty with a bellhousing swap?