That is beyond the scope of my memory banks. Your best approach is to ask at any salvage yard. They will have large and very expensive "Hollander Guides". Those are books that list every part for a specific model and year with a code number. You look that number up in the back of the book, and it will list every model and year that part was used on.
If you are willing to do some research, you can also look on the internet for transmission suppliers and rebuilders that list their inventory and part numbers. To do this, you need to already have a donor car model in mind. If you are lucky, they will list all the models at once that transmission fits. I use the Rock Auto web site for reference almost every day. If you look up the transmission for two vehicles and the same supplier lists the same part number for both, you'll know they interchange. The problem is when the part numbers are different, you don't know why. That difference could be insignificant, as in one has a threaded bracket mounting hole that you do not need, or they have different gear ratios.
Be careful if you go by pictures only. Two transmissions can look the same but be not interchangeable. The input shaft diameter, number of clutch plate splines, length of the housing, and mounting points could all be different.
Thursday, November 24th, 2016 AT 6:05 PM