the easiest way to tell what you have, crawl under the car and look at the tranny pan. I believe the AX4N is 16?? bolt pan?? But its also stamped in the pan. I have an AX4N in my 96 if it makes a difference
OMG!Originally posted by BMWevo600@Feb 3 2004, 10:47 PM
or u can look at ytour owners manuel and match it up with the eingne u have in the back of the book and that will tell u about the tranny
The AX4N's main cover reads "AX4N METRIC." Just crawl under and take a peak. You can put a towel down if you're affraid of getting dirty.The AX4S automatic transaxle was formerly designated AXOD. To avoid unnecessary re-tooling and to make sure of correct identification, the AX4S will retain its original AXOD METRIC main control cover.
The AX4S has two planetary gearsets and a combination planetary/differential gearset. Four multiple-plate clutches, two band assemblies and two overrunning clutches act together for correct operation of the planetary gearsets.[/b]
ummm, rephrase.AX4N has a final drive of 3.99 and the AX4N has a final drive of *I think* 3.67[/b]
Post fixed. My bad. Calculus test tomorrow and I'm trying to do calc and the TCCA at the sametime. Blasted TCCA, keeping me from my homework, I shake my fist at thee!the AX4N has a final drive of 3.99 and the AX4S has a final drive of *I think* 3.67[/b]