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Transmission manufacture date code

I am trying to locate either the transmission or the van assembly date code. It is supposed to be either on the transmission or in the wheel well. It is supposed to be something like 4800XXX or 4700XXX. Do you where exactly this number is?

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Check the drivers door or door opening for the sticker with the build date. (will show ( mfg date:9/99 ) for example. On the transmission it should be just above the pan , on a rail or something.

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