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PML Stock Capacity Transmission Pan for GM 6L50

In Development, Under Consideration
Part Number 11149

GM 6L50 stock transmission pans and PML deep pan Stock GM 6L50 Transmission Pans, Click To View Larger Image
There are two GM stock 6L45/6L50 transmission pans, both pictured above. Click on image to view larger.

Volume: stock capacity

Dimensions: Not yet available

Availability and Pricing: Schedule to be determined. So far, there is limited demand for this pan. Pricing to be determined.

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The GM 6L50 transmission is found on models of Camaro, Cadillacs, Caprice, and 2015 and newer Canyon and Colorado trucks. A stock capacity pan would be designed for:

  • 2009 to 2015 Camaro 3.6
  • Some Cadillac CTS, SLS, STS
  • Vehicles with the 6L45 transmission (such as Caprice)
  • Trucks and SUVs needing ground clearance

2015 and 2016 Colorado and Canyon with gas engines, 2015 to 2018 Colorado and Canyon Diesels, and international trucks and SUVs with the 6L50: please reference our deep 6L50 transmission pan, PML part number 11150.

Always check your vehicle to verify transmission and clearance. Configurations vary.

Benefits of PML Design

  • Finned to increase surface area for heat dissipation
  • Drain and magnetic drain plug
  • Thick walls and gasket flange
  • Heavy duty construction
  • Only slightly deeper than stock to maintain ground clearance for low profile vehicles such as cars, lowered trucks, and trucks with some skid plates

See PML Part Number 11150 for our deep 6L50 pan with extra fluid capacity.

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Fill and Level Check

On the stock pan, we've heard that the fill is actually a hole in the main casing, on the passenger side, that is plugged with a rubber plug (no dip stick or fill tube).

We have heard that the level is checked by removing a bolt that looks like a drain at the rear of the pan while the transmission is operating at temperature. If no overflow occurs, the transmission needs fluid. Check your owners manual for the procedure for your vehicle.

Level check on stock GM 6L50 transmission pan Inside of stock GM 6L50 transmission pan, level check hole, click to view larger image
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