Dodge 5.9L

The BD Diesel Valve Body is designed for Dodge 1991-1993 5.9L.

How does a valve body work?

A valve is a mechanism that controls the flow of fluid by opening blocked passages. When a valve is open, liquid flows from a high pressure to a low pressure. Basically the valve is a hinged flap that drops to close fluid movement in one direction and opens in the opposite direction to allow flow. A valve body is a hydraulic control center that collects fluid from the main pump activated by the torque converter. The created pressure is used to control the governor which uses the gearset. When you accelerate, the pressure differences change which allows for some valves to open and close, which in turn drives the clutch and brake. This selects the gears that the valve body uses.

Completely revised and updated components

All components of this product have been revised including the valve system springs. The oil ports and governor pistons have also been enlarged. Internal leakage has become a thing of the past due to the new hand lapped surfaces. The new trim valves have been designed to increase pressure on the mainline. This new design from BD delivers up to 80% higher clutch apply pressure over stock and up to 50% better clutch power than competitors. They BD Valve Body will increase the life of your clutch and transmission.

Visit our website to purchase the BD Diesel Valve Body!

Give us a call at 714-848-2170 M-F from 8-5 PST – We will answer your questions regarding the BD Diesel Valve Body. Ask about Free Shipping!

Live locally? We install the BD Valve Body! Feel free to stop by our location and meet us! OC DIESEL, INC. is located at 17242 Gothard Street, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Suites A and B. We have a full service shop staffed with knowledgeable technicians who are ready to squash any Diesel Repair issues.

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