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Here is the deal: I have some parts remaining from my E4OD which were new and never used since I got a rebuilt unit, and I'm interested in selling them locally (I'm in Venezuela, not in the US), and I would like to know if these would work with an 4R100, since that would broaden the possible buyer base. Knowing their prices would be nice too.
- All the seals in the front, including the pump seal and the shaft ring.
- A transmission mount, tagged E7TZ-6068-C.
- A pan in good shape (only replace it because my current pan has a drain).
I'll try to post some pictures later on, thx for the responses guys! .
Pans will interchange, but there is a difference between a deep and shallow pan. E4OD used a deep pan in all 4x4 and a shallow pan in all 4x2. 4R100 is more complicated. All 4x4 used the deep pan, and so did 4x2 in '99 and newer Superdutys. Vans and F-150/Expeditions varied. I don't know the rules on those.
__________________ Mark Former Ford Automatic Transmission Engineer
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Pump seal, o-ring and bushing are the same on both transmissions. You could use the pan from an E4OD for a 4R100 if depth is the same, but should probably use correct gasket for the pan as Ford changed gasket in 96, went from cork/neoprene to rubber molded. Earlier pan has raised lines between bolt holes.
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