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post #41 of 276 (permalink) Old 04-29-2006, 10:55 PM
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Then why are diesel transmissions listed in the "Bronco Tranny and T-Case Info" thread?
So you wont have to ask the question.

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Found a good site to ID your tranny by using the numbers on the tag:

http://www.alldriveline.com/transmissions.htm

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Are we going to do FE engines? I know a few people, including Yours Truely, that sports them in their vehicle.

I also happen to know the 435 and the C6 that fit onto the FEs happen to be the same length from bellhousing to the tail end and will use the same shaft lengths and crossmember.

Just some info. someone may need.
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I tried searching and came up empty. Thought I read somewhere that any 4wd Ford transfercase will bolt to any 4wd tranny. how far back does this apply. Id like to do a 305 or even doubler. Ive got a three speed auto and manual shift t-case now.

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tranny for a 93 bronco 302

what can i do to my tranny to beef it up for more torque to the back wheels
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what can i do to my tranny to beef it up for more torque to the back wheels
That depends on what tranny you have. If its an AOD or C6, you could put in a wide ratio gear set and Alt Red Eagle clutch discs and a shift kit in the valve body. The AOD would benefit from a 300m center shaft as well. Since you have a 93, I'm not sure what tranny you have. Its unlikely a C6 and probably not a AOD. Also consider a heavy duty towing Torque convertor. If its an AOD-E, replace it. If you have a manual, disregard all of this.

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So if i have an E40D tranny with a 351 in a 1996 XLT then what T-case (electronic) do I have and what manual T-case will fit if i switch it out?
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So if i have an E40D tranny with a 351 in a 1996 XLT then what T-case (electronic) do I have and what manual T-case will fit if i switch it out?
You have a BW 13-56 which can be replaced with a BW 13-56. Just be sure to get the shifter and linkages. An NP-208 would work but I'd stick to the BW. Or if you have Capisbak money, you can go with an ATLAS.

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I had a quick question, if that's all right. I've been trying to find out just which Transmission I have since I bought my 1990 EB Bronco a few months back. Up top you stated...

Model: AOD
Type: Four speed non electronic
Years: 85-93 Bronco, F-Series
Engines: 300, 302
Display: PRN(D)D1
Fluid: Mercon
Ratios:
1st 2.40:1
2nd 1.47:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.67:1
Trans code: T

My gearshift display shows as the one listed here... PRN(D)D1 ... which seems to be the only Transmission that display is listed for. However, I have a 5.8 351W engine in my truck and not the 300 or 302 that is listed there.

So, my question is, how do I know which I have? I've always kind of assumed I had the E4OD for some reason, but with the display showing as PRN(D)D1 and that listed only as the AOD with the smaller engines, I'm just not sure.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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Thats the AOD display. I'm suspecting your 351 isn't origional. What is the 8th digit of the VIN number?

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The 8th digit appears to be an "N".

I suppose it could have been replaced. As I said, I bought it used and just went by what the guy at the dealership told me. I know it has a 5.8 liter V8 engine for sure. Did that come with the 300 or 302? Maybe he just told me the wrong size when he said 351W. The 351 is what I've been buying parts for. heh

This started because my transmission was shifting hard when it got up to about 25-35 mph. The first two shifts are fine, but the third one at the higher speed hesitates and seems to be doing it more and more. I was told it may need a new Transmission Modulator Valve, so bought one.. but couldn't find where it goes exactly. (Though, it was getting dark at the time so I'll look again tomorrow in full daylight.)

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N is a 302.

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I see. So, does this mean I have a 5.8 liter 302 (I was under the impression the 5.8 only came with the 351?), or do I have a replacement 351 engine and possibly the wrong Transmission for it...? Ugh I'm hopeless...

I appreciate the help though. Thank you.
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Your Bronco left the factory with a 5.0 (302) in it. Here are the possibilities:

1. You still have the 5.0

2. Someone replaced the 5.0 with the 5.8 and you still have the AOD.

3. Somone replaced the 5.0 with the 5.8 and the replaced the AOD with a C6.

But remember, the 5.0 = 302 and 5.8 = 351W.

What does it say on the top of your intake? Can you post a pic of your thermostat housing?

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I'll have to work on getting the picture for you. As for the intake, it says 5.8 on it. Maybe someone just made a lot of changes to the truck that I wasn't told about before I purchased it. Argh.

Anyway, I appreciate your help. I apologize if I've kind of taken over the thread here with my questions. That wasn't my intention.

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I'll have to work on getting the picture for you. As for the intake, it says 5.8 on it. Maybe someone just made a lot of changes to the truck that I wasn't told about before I purchased it. Argh.

Anyway, I appreciate your help. I apologize if I've kind of taken over the thread here with my questions. That wasn't my intention.

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There is no need for a pic if you clearly have a 5.8 intake because that means you have a 5.8/351W. Look at your tranny pan shape and count the bolts to see if you still have an AOD or if it was changed to a C6. Start a thread in the tech help forum.

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I remember hearing the truck upper off a windsor will fit the 302 lower...not sure if theres even any difference other than the badging on it.
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Ok guys, here's a question no one has asked. My uncle has an 87 F150 2wd with a 4 speed tranny (i'm pretty sure it's an NP435). I know I can bolt this up to my 351, but what about the transfer case? Since it's a 2wd, and my bronco's a 4wd, is there any way that I'd be able to mount my transfer case to the NP-435?
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Even if it was possible, that 2 wheel drive truck tranny will probably be longer than your bronco tranny, coupled with a tcase you'd need to shorten the rear driveshaft.
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