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Old 07-29-2007, 07:08 PM
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4R75E filter???

Searched this forum and '04 and up forum and can't seem to find the answer i'm looking for to a couple of questions I have 1) has anyone had trouble finding a tranny filter and gasket at your local parts store? and 2)where can I get one for my 4R75E transmission? No one locally even lists a part, and going online is little confusing since the only filters I'm finding are for 4R75W transmissions!! Please help
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what motor and engine code?

just making sure, but it is definitely NOT a 4R70E, correct?

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what motor and engine code?

just making sure, but it is definitely NOT a 4R70E, correct?
It's a 5.4l, not sure what engine code but transmission code is "B" which is the 4R75E.
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They use the same filter as the 4r70w. It's almost the same transmission.
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thanx dirtydog!

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They use the same filter as the 4r70w. It's almost the same transmission.
Alan
Curios though, why the different trans #, and why can't ANY parts store, locally or online, come up w/ a part# for that paticular transmission? I've looked everywhere and no one can come up w/ a part for my truck or transmission.
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I had no problem getting my filter for the same tranny from my local dealer. I could look at my invoice and get you a part number when I get a chance if you would like.
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I had no problem getting my filter for the same tranny from my local dealer. I could look at my invoice and get you a part number when I get a chance if you would like.
How much was the part maverick? And was it a kit including a gasket and seal for the filter?
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I will have to find the invoice to see the price but the gasket is sold separately but you may be lucky and not need to replace the gasket. I did not replace my pan gasket when I did it at 30,000 miles.
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Parts stores usually just don't know so they don't offer anything even tho they have it in stock.
There were a few variations and as with 4r70w years make other changes. The biggest change is the introduction of an input speed sensor. They had to change a few parts around in the transmission to do that and they also put a molded rubber intermediate piston in. Rattle clip changed a bit and all the gearsets are hardened. The converters all became fully furnace brazed and they installed a torrington bearing. For some odd reason they also put a smaller lockup piston in all engines except the 5.4 which is told to have the large piston used by the 4r70w variants. There were some valvebody changes as well.
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Thanks!

So dirtdog, if I order a filter for the 4r70w, I'll be ok?
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So dirtdog, if I order a filter for the 4r70w, I'll be ok?
Yes. All 3 of the following transmissions have the exact same transmission filter:

4R70W
4R70E
4R75E

Motorcraft part #: FT105
Ford part #: F6AZ7A098A

That filter is roughly $32 at most dealers. I use Wix at $18. You should reuse the existing rubber gasket.

Wix part number: 58955

I have the 4R70E transmission. The Wix filter referenced above is the one I have used.
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Thanks doc!

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Yes. All 3 of the following transmissions have the exact same transmission filter:

4R70W
4R70E
4R75E

Motorcraft part #: FT105
Ford part #: F6AZ7A098A

That filter is roughly $32 at most dealers. I use Wix at $18. You should reuse the existing rubber gasket.

Wix part number: 58955

I have the 4R70E transmission. The Wix filter referenced above is the one I have used.
thanks doc! I'll go online and order it now
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DO NOT replace the pan gasket if you get a kit that comes with it.

The stock piece is the best thing you will ever find and was meant to be completely reusable.


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Does anyone know if these part numbers are still good for the 4R75E tranny filter? I've been doing research and coming up with different part numbers everywhere I go. So the same filter off the 4R70 will be the same?
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The filters are the same between the 4R7x series transmission since the improved pan came out in 96.

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