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Old 02-12-2010, 07:44 PM
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E-450 tranny service?

2005 E-450 with a V10 and what I think is a 4R100. It has 31'XXX miles, and my father is asking what should be done. This is a Class B+ van front motorhome. Flush? Drain'filter, fill?

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Its probably the 5R100 if I had to guess. You could certainly do a drain/filter job. A flush would probably be overkill for only 31k miles. The filter is probably 10-12 dollars along with a gallon or two of ATF and you should be all set.
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Greg I believe it's a 5R110 not a 5R100. At least that's what our 06 has.
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That's what I meant. Thanks
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And there are two 'filters.'

One is a suction screen which is R&R'd by dropping the transmission pan.

The other is a bypass filter 'toiletpaper' in a bowl alongside the transmission.
Note that that bowl can be a tough nut to unscrew.
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Tranny IDs

I have a 09 E350 V10 and the VIN shows that it has 5R110W-Hi Torque according to the manual, code "B".

What is the difference between the 5R115 and the 5R110?

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Hi Larry

The answer is torque capability, and apply the same to your 115.

I forget where I came upon this:
As for the 110, that represents 1100 lb-ft, but that's AFTER the torque converter multiplies engine torque by 1.9:1. That means it can take about 580 lb-ft of engine torque.
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