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Old 03-27-2011, 09:29 PM
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E4OD Interchange

Hey guys.

My friend and I are working on his 94 F150 2wd w/ a 300 I6 and E4OD trans....

the trans grenaded and case is cracked

so we're looking at the cheapest route to getting it back on the road which is to get a used trans from either a u-pick it yard or craigslist.....or salvage yard

what other years and engine size e4od transmissions will interchange?? I thought it was like 92-95 300/302 but want to be sure as i have no idea and neither does he.....

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You can use a 1989-1997 E4OD from an I6 or 302/351. The later transmissions, your '94 and later, are the most desirable. The transmission will have to be from a 2 wheel drive vehicle, F-series/van. If you use a 1995 or later transmission you will need to re-use the old solenoid pack.
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, ok thanks alot. So basicly another 94 trans for the best reliability and bolt in.....but 95+ will be a good one i just gottaa swap in the solenoid pack out the 94 trans.....i thought the 351 used a different bellhouse bolt pattern???
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351 Windsor shares the same pattern as the 300 six and 302.
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Thanks for help Man. Ripped out a e4od from a 300 powered 93 F150 with 84k miles, said on window it ran and drove. Got it with a newer looking converter for $110
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Is a 93 f250 e40d interchangable with a e40d out of a 97 e350 van

Hey guys need to know if I can swap a e40d out of a 97 e350 van into my 93 f250?
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Maybe. Need to know more about both vehicles before a definitive answer can be given. Bellhousings need to match. Crossmembers need to match. Computer needs to be compatible.

A wiring change happened sometime around 1995 where a function handled by the transmission before is now handled by the ECM. Grab the computer out of the donor if the motors are the same between the donor and the recipient.

Edit: Jdavey53 has posted in another thread stating that the donor has a 5.4L, and his F250 has a 460. The bellhousings are different for the two engines, and don't interchange. I'm also not sure that the 5.4 was ever mated to the E4OD.
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