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Old 12-05-2007, 12:25 PM
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Question Good Exploded parts view??

Hey guys, it's me again. I've got this M5OD trans in my 1989 F150 with a 300 straight six. I'm goin to tackle rebuilding it myself. I've very mechanical, and can do this kind of stuff, but I sure would love to have a good exploded parts view of this thing. I've got one page in a Chilton's book and it dont' tell which gear is which? I'd like to know a little more before I start on this project? If any of you guys have a good view and one that tells which gears are which, please post them or email me at trucks1956@yahoo.com
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Hey guys, it's me again. I've got this M5OD trans in my 1989 F150 with a 300 straight six. I'm goin to tackle rebuilding it myself. I've very mechanical, and can do this kind of stuff, but I sure would love to have a good exploded parts view of this thing. I've got one page in a Chilton's book and it dont' tell which gear is which? I'd like to know a little more before I start on this project? If any of you guys have a good view and one that tells which gears are which, please post them or email me at trucks1956@yahoo.com
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Could you explain what a M5OD is? Parts catalog makes no mention of it.

Have the Ford Trans ID tag info?

Manual transmissions for 1989 F150's:

New Process 435 4 speed

Warner T18 4 speed

Ford RTS TS-OD aka single rail 4 speed overdrive.

Toyo Kogyo (Mazda) 5 speed
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Hey ND, heres the numbers from the tag on the trans. E9TA

CA

774747
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Hey ND, heres the numbers from the tag on the trans. E9TA-CA 774747 Thanks for any help
E9TA-7003-CA = 1989 TK 5 speed used with 2.75-1 or 3.08-1 rear axle ratios.

If you like, email me the pic from the Chilton book, I'll ID all the parts as to what they are, and send it back.
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