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post #261 of 276 (permalink) Old 03-05-2015, 07:01 PM
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I'm new here. I've had my Bronco for about 3 years. I knew the transmission was going, so I figured I'd wait till it went out, then get a new one. My transmission just went out and now I'm not sure what to do. My truck is 1990, 4x4, 5.0 V8, but I don't know if it has got the E40D or the AOD tranny (I think the E40D...how can I tell?). Now, since I am in the market for a new tranny, I want to know what y'all think:

1. Should I buy or rebuild?
2. Should I keep what I have or upgrade (used for daily driving & off road)?
2a - What should I upgrade to?
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All your question are moot until you ID the trans. Click this & read the whole caption:
http://www.supermotors.net/registry/media/72354
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Oh, thank you! So my sticker says "T" under trans, so I guess that makes it an AOD.
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If you're still guessing, then you still can't proceed intelligently. Read ALL the info in that caption (including following the relevant links) and inspect your truck until you're sure what trans it is.
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It's definitely the AOD.
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I read everything in that link you gave me, plus I checked the VIN.
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I'm new here. I've had my Bronco for about 3 years. I knew the transmission was going, so I figured I'd wait till it went out, then get a new one. My transmission just went out and now I'm not sure what to do. My truck is 1990, 4x4, 5.0 V8, but I don't know if it has got the E40D or the AOD tranny (I think the E40D...how can I tell?). Now, since I am in the market for a new tranny, I want to know what y'all think:

1. Should I buy or rebuild?
2. Should I keep what I have or upgrade (used for daily driving & off road)?
2a - What should I upgrade to?
i would definitely try to rebuild it!!! i rebuilt my c6 and it was simpleish
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My '94 E350 5.8 has an E4OD. Not sure if that's implied with the F-series entry.
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Engine/Tranny swap?

Will a 5.8liter along with auto trans from a 91 Bronco swap w/o major modifications fit into a 94 Bronco that originally had a 5.0liter w/ auto trans?
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Im not sure the trannys that came in either yr but a 351 and 302 are same block so it will bolt in no problem but another thought is electrical differences in the 2 motors.... I probably wasn't much help

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I have a 1989 Bronco EB w/ 351 and E4OD. I just had it rebuilt by a local shop and also had transfer case replaced since it was going out as well. Now, transmission will shift into all gears except when I drive over 15 miles on highway and then it starts kicking down out of OD into 3rd. I have had it back to guy who rebuilt it who says it just needs minor "adjustments" but the problem has never gone away completely. Also, there is a new, intermittent noise under driver floorboard that sounds like when you stick a baseball card in your bicycle spokes. I keep taking it back but problem is none of these issues happen when he drives it, or so he says. Do these problems sound familiar to anyone else? I have read previous threads but am no closer to solution.
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I read all the posts in this thread and didn't see this info.

Looked at an 85' Bronco for parts this afternoon, was tired & in a hurry and forgot to take pic of door tag! Duh! It's 4wd has a 300, 4 spd with the same shift pattern as my 92' F150 T18, ie... first gear is higher than third gear.

So guessing it's either a T18 or NP435 and from a quick glance looks like a NP205.

If it is an NP205, will it be married? What years would have the married

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I can't speak to the 205 years. But married is the norm for Broncos. It helps with the short wheelbase.

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Ok thx, that makes sense.
I edited my post as I meant NP205 not NP208.

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C6 questions.

Forgive me if this is a "rookie" question but some listings im seeing on craigslist say 2wd C6 or 4wd C6. Doesnt the transfer case determine if its 4wd or not?

And if i pick up any c6 with the same bolt pattern in reference what you have listed on first page would it work for my 88 bronco? or are there other factors to look at?

Any info will be a great help. Long live the Bronco!
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Forgive me if this is a "rookie" question but some listings im seeing on craigslist say 2wd C6 or 4wd C6. Doesnt the transfer case determine if its 4wd or not?

And if i pick up any c6 with the same bolt pattern in reference what you have listed on first page would it work for my 88 bronco? or are there other factors to look at?

Any info will be a great help. Long live the Bronco!
Wrong forum for questions, but the transmission has a different tailshaft housing, etc., between a two wheel drive and a four wheel drive.

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