Rear Planetary Gearset Bushing, 9. Rear Planetary Gearset Bushing, 9. Best of all, the price is low. Make sure to get a gasket for the trans adapter to the transfer case, it dosn't come with one. Direct Clutch Drum Bushing, 10.
Do you think a Hayne's tech book on Ford Trannies help would help any more? Everything is included that we use in our transmission, see the list below for details. Along with some special tools and gauges micrometers, snap ring pliers, etc. This kit does not include an electronic pressure control solenoid. The back of a hammer pushing down is easy enough and just install the snap ring. Undo the studs on your exhaust at the manifolds. I've done alot of mechanical work and an engine or 2. Can I get a Haynes manual and rebuild it myself? You could even transfer the files to your phone and conserve on data use! I have no problem dropping the tranny and replacing it with one from a junker.
I also got a temp guage for the trans to see when I needed to turn the fan on and off. I appreciate any documents you have on this. The reverse servo doesn't really need to be compressed. Build it yourself and save! Rear Planetary Gear Bushing, 9. This is the same exact parts list we use in our Interceptor transmission.
Master Overhaul Kit with friction and steel plates, 2. Master Overhaul Kit with friction and steel plates, 2. Heat is the killer in this trans, so that's money well spent. Master Overhaul Kit with friction and steel plates, 2. Master Rebuild kit with friction and steel plates, 2. You also need a can of transmission line cleaner, to clean all the old oil out of the cooler. You mentioned cutting some tubing, so I would assume, I'm going to have to have some rubber tubing or something to put that tube back together.
If any one wants it, let me know. The current one has already been reinforced, but I see how it could be better. You may have to use a torch to heat the nuts. You can add or subtract from this package deal. The ford trans comes with a magnetic filter you have to cut into the steel lines, so you will need a tubing cutter. You're a wealth of knowledge on this. Master kit with friction and steel plates, 2.
This transmission can be identified by the 14 bolt oil pan and 4 forward gears. All the parts that came with the kit seemed top of the line so far, I can't complain about the performance I am getting out of this Monster Transmission rebuild kit. All components are the typical high wear and failure prone parts you must replace for a long lasting trouble free assembly. Oh, and you'll need good help hahaha. This kit does not include an electronic pressure control solenoid.
My recommendation is to scout around for someone who knows how to do this and wants to pick up some extra money on the side. I'm just asking if it would be cheaper to rebuild my own without expertise? I can give you kind of a guide line, but nothing beats hands on. I also needed a torch to heat the studs on the exhaust manifolds to get the nuts off. I've never crakced open an auto before. Plus it was filmed all over the filter and valve body.
Like the other Deluxe Super Kits, it is the recommended starting point for a thorough transmission overhaul. Transmission rebuilds usually require replacement of additional parts more than just what the rebuild kits include. You wouldn't happen to know where I could get my hands on some good instructions for doing this would you? I have rebuilt more engines than I count but my intro into tranny work was a flop. I've been searching the forums to see if I could find anyone that could point me to a write up on how to swap a trans out. I don't know what I'm looking at but I did see alot of grey-ish mush on the magnet in the pan. I have a Hayne's book on my Expedition but sometimes when you get real specific with something like this, they tend not to be detailed enough.