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Old 05-03-2011, 05:54 PM
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"91" F150 4x4

can anyone tell me how to identify my tranny,
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:05 AM
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Auto or manual?
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Old 05-04-2011, 09:25 AM
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If it is original the code in the door jam will tell you. Otherwise you will have to give us more info. Auto/manual, OD? If it is an auto, the there are prety much 3 options. Most likely an AOD, EAOD, or C6. I don't think it would be a C4. If no OD then it is a C6. If it has push button OD then it would be an EAOD. If it has OD and no way to keep it in 2 and the the selector reads PRN(D)D1 then it is likely an AOD. Some guys on here can also tell you by the bolt pattern on the pan. Hope this helps!
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E4OD, not EAOD.
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Old 05-04-2011, 12:33 PM
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Correct, E4OD
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tranny is auto with push button on/off OD
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Should be an E4OD then
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ok thanks, got to replace flex plate, dont know if it matters what tranny, but its behind a 302
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I don't know how much those cost new but you might be able to find 1 at a junk yard for next to nothing. What did you do to it that you need to replace your flex plate?
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replaced engine, rebolted tranny without lining up converter with flex plate, figured it poped it, making a kinda clicking sound
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bought a new one for 50 bucks, gonna replace tomorrow
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