Making horsepower at Chrysler in the early 1960s was nothing new for the
Pentastar brand. The 413 RB engine had been producing more than 350 hp
since the late 1950s. Joining the lineup in 1963, the 426 Wedge doubled
down on the fact that Chrysler was all-in on going fast. The one
weakness holding them back from total domination on the streets and
strips was with their dated and tired manual shifter, the Borg- Warner
T-10 transmission. That all changed with the advent of its replacement,
the New Process A-833.
Jamie Passon of Passon Performance has used his decades of knowledge on
the A-833 to create the ultimate book on rebuilding a Chrysler 4-speed.
He begins with a historical overview of the long-tenured A-833 and jumps
into dissecting what could be malfunctioning in your transmission. The
bulk of the book concentrates on disassembling, inspecting, repairing,
and reassembling the A-833. With 400 photos, the author shows you
exactly how to rebuild your transmission featuring how-to sequences that
walk you through each phase.
Whether you own a Polara, Road Runner, Challenger, or Ram truck, you
need to have the confidence that your transmission is in top-notch,
working condition. Now is the time to eliminate that annoying grind when
you put your Mopar into reverse. You can pull out your A-833 and tear
into it with this valuable resource.
• A-833s are the only factory manual transmissions in the most powerful
Mopar muscle cars ever built
• Millions of these transmissions were put into Chrysler cars and trucks
• A-833s were in production vehicles from 1963 to 1987
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11”