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Old 10-26-2010, 01:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Based on Aisin Warner's model numbering system, it sounds like the AW372L transmission on the '90-'94 Mitsubishi Montero 4x4 shift points are controlled mechanically (vacuum). Can anyone confirm this or does a ECU/TCU control it?

Also, what are the output shaft measurements and spline count? Will this transmission bolt up to a TracKick/4Runner t-case?

Thx in advance.
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The mitsu version of the 372 are controlled by the kickdown cable and hydraulics no computer OD is just a solinoid that can be turned on and off by 12V input from the switch on the shifter. THe t\case input is on it is 23 spline same 6 bolt pattern as jeep along with the spline pitch. I'm using a dana case on the back of mine.
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The mitsu version of the 372 are controlled by the kickdown cable and hydraulics no computer OD is just a solinoid that can be turned on and off by 12V input from the switch on the shifter. THe t\case input is on it is 23 spline same 6 bolt pattern as jeep along with the spline pitch. I'm using a dana case on the back of mine.
Thanks lordtrunks... this is exactly what I was looking for. Which Dana case are you using?
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300 I believe.....
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300 I believe.....
I plan on swapping in a 1.9 TD. With 4:1 gears and twinsticks, the 300 would be a nice t-case. Or maybe a better option would be dual Toyota t-cases?!?
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