66RFE Transmission Filters and Gasket Mopar Part Numbers

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    Hello.
    Does anyone know the Mopar part numbers for the 66rfe transmission filters and gasket?
    I have a 2014 Ram 2500 Mega with 6.4 Hemi that uses the 66RFE transmission.

    I'm at 61,000 miles and want to drop the transmission pan, change the cooler return canister filter and pan pickup filter along with new gasket.
    Or does everyone just use rtv instead?
    Transmission fluid approved rtv of course.

    I think I'm just going to go with Super Tech ATF4.
    It's on the approved list and from my research if it's on the list it's basically the same fluid as all the rest on the list.
    At like $4.38 a quart compared to Redline and Amsoil at $12 to $15. I just can't see spending the coin on that stuff.
    I thought about Castrol Transmax ATF4. Amazon for $6 a quart in 6 packs for $36.
    I know the RL and AO is super duper group IV and V oils with better additives that exceed ATF4 specifications from Chrysler but is it really nessesary?
    And they are not on the approved list

    I want to do the filter change and I know that will only drain about 5 of the 12 quarts out of the transmission. After that I want to drive another 1000 miles or so and vacuum out another 5 quarts from the filler neck. Repeat that process a couple times. Then 30,000 miles later do it again. Or change the filters again at that time but I will probably only drop the pan and change filters a 60,000 mile intervals.

    What are you guys thoughts on this?

    Anyone have the Mopar part numbers?

    Chad

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    Hi Chad,

    The part numbers for the filters are as follows:
    Screw On 5179267AD https://parts.allmoparparts.com/oem-parts/mopar-oil-filter-5179267ad
    Sump Filter 5013470AE https://parts.allmoparparts.com/oem-parts/mopar-oil-filter-5013470ae

    We can only recommend the OE stuff as we have no experience with the aftermarket stuff but most of the alternatives meet or exceed the OE specs when noted. The OE ATF+4 is a Synthetic fluid.

    The process you described would help get more old fluid/dirt out. Attached is the FCA service procedure

    -Benny
     

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    Thank you very much Benny.
    This is exactly what I needed.

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