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E40D Tranny Check Ball Diagram

Anybody know where I can get a checkball diagram for a 96 F150 with the E4OD tranny. I've got a diagram for a 95 but since every other thing and part I've changed on my truck seems to be a 1 year only part I just wanna make sure





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where did you find the diagram for the 1995 one thats what im looking for now?
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