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Wanted: Borg Warner 1356 Service Manual

Second time around, can't find the first time I posted this question. Does anybody know where I can get a copy of the Service/Shop Manual for the Borg Warner 1356?

I have the exploded views; but, I want more detailed specification type information related to rebuilds. Thanks.

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I just read this and it disappeared . Someone replied and wanted to know if you needed it for the electric or the manual style, but, I dont know where the thread went or who it was that replied. Maybe a mod moved it to another section. Try to go to quicklinks. Then click on your profile. When that page loads look for a box that says statistics. When you click on that it should ask you if you want to find all posts by you or find all threads. Select threads and if it was moved you should be able to access it from there. If it is in another section the chances of whoever replied seeing your next response will be slim to none. However, if you send the person a private message you could probably get your answers from them.
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that'd be me. its probably on broncolinks. if not I can mail you the complete diagram and proceeded instructions that alldata has.

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yo,
As Jason mentioned, see my broncolinks.com site @ http://www.broncolinks.com/index.php?index=70
1356 Description & Operation, Diagnosis & Testing, & Special Service Tools & Equipment from 1996 Bronco-F-Series Workshop Manual
Source: by Ford
it is Not the complete Manual, but does have a lot in it and combined w/other Links there..you can troubelshoot it.
Also see;
Four Wheel Drive (4X4) General Information, Operation & Troubleshooting TSB 92-1-8 for Bronco, F Series & Ranger (COMPLETE); Includes Electric Shift On The Fly (ESOF) Troubleshooting & Hub Operation; same for 87-96; Source: by Ford via Chilton

And that Manual that Jason can send you is prob the Best..thanks to JASON!

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THANKS to ALL WHO SERVE!

my broncolinks.com was "disturbed"; but some sections are archived @ [url]http://web.archive.org/web/20121009110424/http://www.broncolinks.com/index.php
select a LINK, Right Click & Hit Properties; copy the second HTTP address; paste in a new browser window or Tab to see original page
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I can mail you the complete diagram and proceeded instructions that alldata has.
YES. I'd appreciate alldata instructions. Thanks.

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'95 Bronco, 351W, E40D w/Paul's Clutchbox Valvebody, Manual 1356 (swapped), Falken Wildpeak LT 32x11.50x15 [Mark VII fan and York 210 R all sitting in the floor waiting ]


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yo,
In my site I also have;
1356 Electric & Manual Shift General Information, Operation & Troubleshooting, Parts Break-Out Diagrams, Rebuild, Wiring Diagrams, etc. in a 92 Explorer, but Similar
Source: by Ford via http://www.forddriver.ru/storage/51.pdf

Parts Diagram looks same as Bronco 1356 exc for maybe a seal or snap ring
I compared the diagrams awhile ago for someone else in a PM; but had to delete it due to storage limits.
I compared Steve83's diagrams to the above.
BW 1356 Electronic Shift-On-the-Fly (ESOF)

IF THE IMAGE IS TOO SMALL, click it.

1356 Manual Shift Parts Break-Out Diagram w/nomenclature
Source: by Steve83 (Steve, That dirty old truck) at http://www.supermotors.org/clubs/sup....php?id=249572

&
1356 Manual Shift Rebuild in an 88 F 150
Source: by allfordman at Rebuild your own transfer case. BW1356

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THANKS to ALL WHO SERVE!

my broncolinks.com was "disturbed"; but some sections are archived @ [url]http://web.archive.org/web/20121009110424/http://www.broncolinks.com/index.php
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So, to reactivate this thread...I appreciate the information here; but, is there a definitive BW 1356 Shop Manual that has all specifications for individual parts to measure wear? To what resource do transmission shops refer?

David D.
Phoenix, Arizona
'95 Bronco, 351W, E40D w/Paul's Clutchbox Valvebody, Manual 1356 (swapped), Falken Wildpeak LT 32x11.50x15 [Mark VII fan and York 210 R all sitting in the floor waiting ]


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got the papers in my backpack just need to find the time to upload them for you.

1991, fresh 5.0, OBA, 6 inch lift, 9 inch rear, 5.13s. detroit rear aussie front, 37" pitbull rockers, beadlocks. e4od

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I'm having 1356 issue and don't have the cash for a rebuild. I'm looking all over and cent find a 1356 out of a bronco with electric shift.

I can find f150 electric shift, or bronco manual shift.

My questios are, can I use guts from a manual shift to replace the parts inside my electric shift t-case?
Can I put the bronco tailshaft and housing on a f150 case?

Can I swap the electric shift case around the manual shift guts?

I have a bit of transfer case experience, mostly jeep tj short shaft conversions. This shouldn't be too different if the parts fit together.
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So, to reactivate this thread...I appreciate the information here; but, is there a definitive BW 1356 Shop Manual that has all specifications for individual parts to measure wear? To what resource do transmission shops refer?
holy hell, did i ever get the all data stuff to you???

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I'm having 1356 issue and don't have the cash for a rebuild. I'm looking all over and cent find a 1356 out of a bronco with electric shift.

I can find f150 electric shift, or bronco manual shift.

My questios are, can I use guts from a manual shift to replace the parts inside my electric shift t-case?
Can I put the bronco tailshaft and housing on a f150 case?

Can I swap the electric shift case around the manual shift guts?

I have a bit of transfer case experience, mostly jeep tj short shaft conversions. This shouldn't be too different if the parts fit together.
the f150 is identicle

1991, fresh 5.0, OBA, 6 inch lift, 9 inch rear, 5.13s. detroit rear aussie front, 37" pitbull rockers, beadlocks. e4od

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If only I could have 6 of his 32 inches!
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Everything is better. Replaced the guts with the stuff from a manual shift case.
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