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All 2.8, 2.9, 4.0 V-6’s and transmissions are the same. keep flywheel, bellhousing, pilot bearing, throughout bearing, clutch release mechanism(s), flexplate, torque converter with the transmission. The only modification that will need to be done is to the floor plate.
Are all 4r70w transmissions the same? It is possible and independent repair, but you should understand that the main difficulty in this case is the removal of transmissions from the car.
The 4R70W/4R75W transmission is used extensively in such popular applications as the following: Ford (F-150 Series pick-up trucks, E-150 Series vans, Explorers, Expeditions, Crown Victorias, Mustangs and Thunderbirds) Lincoln (Town Cars and Mark VIIIs) Mercury (Cougars, Grand Marquis, Mountaineers and Marauders)
Look for the electronic cable and electrical plug. AODE and 4R70W transmissions have a plug on the driver’s-side rear of the transmission housing. This is where the electronic control cable plugs into the unit and is what differentiates the older AOD transmission from AODE and 4R70W units.
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Ford’s AOD transmission begat the AODE, which then spawned the 4R70W. This transmission was used for 10 years: 1993 to 2003 in the F-150 pickup, 1997 to 2004 in the Expedition, 1996 to 2001 in the Explorer, along with the Mustang, Thunderbird, Cougar, Crown Victoria, and many more Ford applications.
Repair 4R70W or replacement of this transmission modification can be carried out at car dealerships specializing in working with automatic transmissions of this type. For a well-built transmission with a good converter, you can expect to pay about $3000-$3500 to have it done right.
The 4R70W is a good transmission, but it has its pros and cons. Let’s look over some of its best qualities, and some of its faults and issues. For one, it has a much better and improved overdrive band. However, as powerful as it is, be careful not to overload this transmission.
– A 4R70W or AODE from behind any 5.0 (302) or V6 3.8L Mustang or V6 4.2L F150 will bolt up/work behind any 289/302/5.0/351W/351C/5.8L.
with the correct valve body and clutches, a 4r70w can hold 700ft-lbs. since you have a 99, a build up is much easier.
You need the 4r70w from a mod motor or v6. The bellhousing will bolt up. I have a 4r70w from a 5.0 and it will not bolt up directly behind the coyote. You will still need an adaptor.
It is really hard to put a price on this swap but it is safe to say that you can expect to spend anywhere from $10,000 – $20,000 depending on the parts you need.
The 4r75 name does designate it torque capacity, 4 speed, rear wheel drive & 750 ft/lbs of torque capacity.
Simply put, the J Mod is a simple modification done to the valve body of the 4R70W that greatly improves its functionality. Performing a J Mod will result in quicker shifting, faster and firmer engagement, even increased service life.
Re: What’s a “JMod”? ( Jeweler’s monarch of deflecting. 4 sockets from jewelers mod, along with increased blocking from deflecting. This allows you the ability to customize while maintaining max block. S.
How Long Do the Transmissions Last? Except you end up with a problematic model year, Ford F-150 transmissions can last around 150,000 to 200,000 miles. However, your driving and maintenance habits will ultimately determine the longevity of your truck’s tranny.