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Old 09-17-2005, 10:31 PM
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With all the posts on what trannys are what, or "what do I have" I thought it would be a good idea to make a total list for the full size fords. Just now I wipped this up to start off, but will keep workin. Please post any corrections ya'll see so I can edit.

For the engine listings. I'll break the common bell housing patterns in {}.

Heavy Duty Automatics

Model: C6
Type: three speed non electronic
Years:
'66-'90 F-series
'78-'89 Bronco
'91-'96 ('97?) F-2/3/superduty
Engines:{300, 302, 351w, 351c}, {400, 351m, 460}, {6.9L, 7.3L IDI}, {352, 360, 390, ect.}
Fluid:
Pre '77: Type F
Post '77: Mercon
Display: PRND21
Pan 17 bolts "Utah" shape
Ratios:
1st 2.46:1
2nd 1.46:1
3rd 1.00:1
Trans code: K

Model: E4OD
Type: Electronic Four speed Over Drive
Years:
'89-'96 Bronco,
'89-'98 F-Series
Engines: {300, 302, 351w}, {460}, {7.3L IDI}, {7.3L PSD}, {5.4L}
Display: PRN(D)21 w/ overdrive lockout switch
Pan: 20 bolts
Fluid: Mercon
Ratios:
1st 2.71:1
2nd 1.54:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.71:1
Trans code: E

Model: 4R100
Type: Four speed, Rear wheel drive, and 100(x10)lbs of torque
Years:
'99-'01 F-150's (rare)
'99-'04 Lightning's, F-150 7700'
'99-'03 superdutys
'03-'04 gas superdutys
Engines: {5.4L, 6.8L}, {7.3L PSD}
Display: PRN(D)21 w/ overdrive lockout switch
Pan: 20bolts
Fluid: Mercon
Ratios:
1st 2.71:1
2nd 1.54:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.71:1
Trans code: E (gas), 9 (diesel)

Model: 5R110 “Torqshift”
Type: Five speed, Rear wheel drive, and 110(x10)lbs of torque
Years:
'03-'04 6.0L
'05-'07 Superdutys
Engines: {5.4L, 6.8L, 6.0L},
Display: PRN(D)321 w/ tow haul lockout switch
Pan ?
Fluid: Mercon SP
Ratios:
1st 3.09:1
2nd 2.20:1
3rd 1.538:1
4th 1.00:1
5th 0.71:1
Trans code: B

Light Duty Automatics

Model: AOD
Type: Four speed non electronic
Years:
'85-'93 F-150
'85-'89 Bronco
Engines: 302
Display: PRN(D)D1
Pan ?
Fluid: Mercon
Ratios:
1st 2.40:1
2nd 1.47:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.67:1
Trans code: T

Model: 4R70w
Type: Four speed, Rear wheel drive, and 70(x10)lbs of torque
Years: '94-'07 F-150
Engines: {302, 4.2L}, {4.6L, 5.4L}
Display: PRN(D)21 w/ overdrive lockout switch
Fluid: Mercon V
Ratios:
1st 2.84:1
2nd 1.55:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.70:1
Reverse 2.32:1
Trans code: U

Model: 4R75E
Type: Four speed, Rear wheel drive, and 75(x10)lbs of torque
Years: '04-'07 F-150
Engines: 5.4L
Display: PRN(D)21 w/ overdrive lockout switch
Fluid: Mercon V
Ratios:
1st 2.84:1
2nd 1.55:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.70:1
Reverse 2.32:1
Trans code: B ('04-'05), Q ('06+), F ('06+ Mark LT)

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Old 09-18-2005, 11:53 AM
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Model: M5OD-R2
Type: Five speed Mazda Overdrive
Years: 88-96 Bronco, F150s
..........97-03 F150s
..........05 F150 (v6)
Engines: 300, 302, 4.2L, 4.6L
Fluid: Mercon
Display:
1.3.(D)
2.4.R
Ratios:
1st 3.90:1
2nd 2.25:1
3rd 1.46:1
4th 1.00:1
5th 0.80:1
Construction features: External Ribs in square patterns
Trans code: M

Model: SROD
Type: Four speed overdrive w/ push down reverse
Years: 80-83(4?)
Engines: 300, 302
Fluid: ?
Display:
P..R..1..3
U
S.....2..OD
H
Ratios:
1st 3.25:1
2nd 1.92:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.78:1
Reverse 3.25:1
Construction features: Aluminum, shifter near back
Trans code: B

Model: NP-435
Type: Four speed non overdrive
Years: 80-87?
Engines: 300, 302, Your mostly gonna find it behind a 300.
Display:
1.2
3.4.R
Construction features: Cast Iron w/aluminum top plate, shifter in top, PTO Pass side
Fluid: 140w
Ratios:
1st 6.69:1
2nd 3.34:1
3rd 1.79:1
4th 1.00:1
Reverse 3.25:1
Trans code: A

Model: T18
Type: Four speed, non overdrive, non syncro first gear
Years: ?
Engines: 300, 302, 351, 460, 6.9L
Fluid: ?
Display:
1.2
3.4.R
Construction features: Cast iron throughout
Ratios:
Gas
1st 6.32
2nd 3.03:1
3rd 1.79:1
4th 1.00:1
Diesel
1st 4.02:1
2nd 2.41:1
3rd 1.41:1
4th 1.00:1
Trans code: F or P

Model: T19
Type: Four speed, non overdrive, syncro first gear
Years: up till 93
Engines: 300, 302, 351, 460, 6.9L, 7.3L
Fluid: 140w
Display:
1.2
3.4.R
Construction features: Cast iron throughout
Ratios:
Gas
1st 6.32
2nd 3.03:1
3rd 1.79:1
4th 1.00:1
Diesel
1st 4.02:1
2nd 2.41:1
3rd 1.41:1
4th 1.00:1
Trans code F or P

Model: ZF5
Type: Five speed heavyduty overdrive
Years: 87-99 F2/3/450/superduty
Engines: 300, 351, 460, 6.9?, 7.3
Fluid: Mercon
Display:
1.3.(D)
2.4.R
Ratios:
S5-42 (Diesel)
1st: 4.14
2nd: 2.37
3rd: 1.42
4th: 1.00
5th: 0.77
Reverse: 3.79

S5-47 (diesel)
1st: 5.08
2nd: 2.61
3rd: 1.53
4th: 1.00
5th: 0.77
Reverse: 4.66

S5-42 and S5-47 (gas)
1st: 5.72
2nd: 2.94
3rd: 1.61
4th: 1.00
5th: 0.76
Reverse: 5.24
Trans code: 2

Model: ZF6
Type: Six speed heavyduty overdrive
Years: 99-06 F-superduty
Engines: 5.4, 6.8, 7.3, 6.0
Fluid: Mercon
Display:
R.1.3.(D)
L.2.4
Ratios:
L 5.79:1
1st 3.30:1
2nd 2.10:1
3rd 1.31:1
4th 1.00:1
5th 0.72:1
R 5.23:1
Trans code: 6 (diesel), 5 (gas)


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Old 09-18-2005, 02:40 PM
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That will be a good idea that way when I'm looking for a new or used truck I could look here print it out and when I out looking around I can refer toi my sheet i printed out to determine if i want to buy that particular truck or not with the info I have.
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Old 09-24-2005, 12:20 PM
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Made some more changes. I'll work on finding ratios later today.

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I agree Lets make a tranny info page for a sticky good info here
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Cool. Might want to add, for the 4r70w and 4r100w specifically (not sure about the other ones) divide the tourque by 2 and thats about the most you want to get through them SAFELY. So more like 350 for the 4r70w and 500 for the 4r100w. Many people run more through them (blown people people and such) but thats pushing thier limits.

Otherwise, very cool and nice.
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:26 PM
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Cool. Might want to add, for the 4r70w and 4r100w specifically (not sure about the other ones) divide the tourque by 2 and thats about the most you want to get through them SAFELY. So more like 350 for the 4r70w and 500 for the 4r100w. Many people run more through them (blown people people and such) but thats pushing thier limits.

Otherwise, very cool and nice.
Please explain why? Considering the last run of 7.3s were 525lb/ft?

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EDIT: All the tranny torque values are determined after the multiplication due to the TC.

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You tell me. I have heard this numerous times in the boost forums from the guys that are actually getting power like that. I guess I should say its not their limits, but more of a saftey zone with a cushion.

After 10+ guys in the boost section have told me, I tend to believe them, also considering they know from experience what they can and cant take.

Call me stupid, thats just what Ive been told.
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Why was this never made a sticky?

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E4OD was also available for the 1997 F150 because that's what I've got in mine.

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E4OD was also available for the 1997 F150 because that's what I've got in mine.

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Oh man... I didn't even catch that you started this almost a year ago!!

Nice job Adrianspeeder at any rate!!

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[QUOTE=adrianspeeder]

Model: 4R100
Type: Four speed + reverse and 100(x10)lbs of torque
Years: 99-03 F150/superduty



Model: 4R70w
Type: Four speed + reverse and 70(x10)lbs of torque
Years: 94-96 Bronco, F150
..........97-03 Expedition, F150
..........04-06 F150

What F150s ever got the 4R100? I was told all super crew F150s still have the 70.
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Lordy not this again...

Gone over it several times here where normal non lightning, non 7700 trucks, but with a 5.4L have the 4R100. Not common, but proved.

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Adrian;
First of all, great thread!!!. Maybe you can help. My '87 F150 4.9L has what I believe to be a three speed with OD manual trans. Door sticker says code B. But for all the info I have so far, it's to late to be a SROD and it also is a iron case with an alum top plate. shifter in the top plate. Looks like a NP 435, and when I went through it everything I bought fro Ford was for a 435. I say it may be 3 with OD because thats what the shifter **** says ( but it may have been changed) The pattern is 1-2-3-4(or OD) with reverse to the right and back. Any light you can shed will be greatly appreciated.......Thanks
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