What Model Transmission Does a 1991 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Motorhome Have?

by Chris
(Grande Prairie , Alberta , Canada)

I have a 1991 30ft Fleetwood Pace Arrow Southwind on a GM P-30 chassis with a 454 , the transmission is a 3 speed but I am not sure if it is a TH400 or possibly a 475 and I am having problems trying to find any info .

I cooked the transmission on the way to an ATV poker rally and was forced to leave it parked there and was planning on picking up a rebuilt unit and just switching it out where it sits so I can bring it home. I do not have access to the unit to read the tag as it is an hour and a half away so if anyone could help it would be appreciated.

ANSWER: Greetings Chris thanks for submitting your question on our Ask An RV Question Page.

I am afraid that I do not know for sure what transmission is in your motorhome. Your best bet is to Contact Fleetwood RV and see if they can provide you the information you need.

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I will also leave this open to our visitors and see if any of them know for sure what transmission you have.

I hope that you get your problem resolved quickly.

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get it right
by: Anonymous

in 1991 they used the 4L80e, before 1987 it was a th475 used

You have a TH475
by: Anonymous

Your motorhome has a TH475 transmission. It utilizes a straight gear design to handle the weight.

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