A727 Transmission parts, repair guidelines, problems, manuals

36RH, 37RH, TF8

Transmission general data

Number of gears Transmission Type Drive ATF (full capacity) L ATF (change) L ATF type
3 AT RWD 8,2 3,8 Mopar ATF+3

a727.jpg?1515074824853 The A-727 is a 3- speed automatic transmission designed and manufactured by Chrysler in the early 1960-s (replaced A488). Since then, this gearbox mainly had been mounted on a different Chrysler cars. This gearbox is extremely adjustable and powerful enough to operate with 450hp engines. Therefore, A-727 may be easily used for Chrysler, GM or AMC vehicles.

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Technical issues and repair guidelines

This type of transmission may be specified by peculiarly shaped 14-bolt oil pan. The A-727 uses a paper fluid filter and has 2 transmission bands (reverse and kick-down). It had been one of the most adaptable Chrysler gearboxes for over 3 decades, due to its durability and efficiency. Therefore many automakers selected A-727 for their products.

After some time this transmission received new names and broken up into 2 categories of the 36RH and 37RH gearboxes, where "3" specifies that it is a 3-speed gearbox, "6/7" are strength indications, "R" means that it is designed for RWD application.