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Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 year 1995 5.9 liter

I'm an unlucky owner of Ram 1500 4x4 year 1995.My problem:I have sobstitute 4 automatic transmission 518 46 RH and all had malfunction.Now my question.My last 5 transmission is a 518 46 RH with NUMBER 064-2 on bell and what's the right converter?My new converter has this number A the right converter?I think that my big problem is wrong converter so please let me know the exact number of righ converter.My Dodge vin number is 1B7HF16Z5SS307491.Please check and tell me the exact torque converter.Thank you

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Most of the problems are caused by the converter. You must replace the converter when rebuilding or replaceiong the transmission. I knoe because I have several and that is the main problem, it goes out and damages the trans. I go with a heavey duty or bullit converter. I have several dodge rams with well over 300,000 miles anddo a lot of plowing and towing. I would order a heavy duty over the internet, not use the standard. Check with or

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