After several test runs we found that the transmission stops shifting into reverse when it heats up after driving about 30 minutes. This truck has been hauling heavy loads, and the transmission has had as much as it can take. However, I also decided to look around a bit more to see if there is something better and cheaper out there for me. I'm not sure of the automatic transmission fluid, but the manual transmission uses regular transmission fluid. I checked all the fuses but didn't see the one that was for the brake light switch on the angal I was at. All do it your self projects are done with some risk. And finally, our deep pan reinforces the case to prevent flexing or cracking.
Changing the transmission fluid, filter and gasket on our 1994 For E350 Tioga Motorhome. Our main goal with the pump is to increase its pressure output ability. Ford designs their equipment around their own fluid. This transmission was designed to hold the power, but not the torque that a 7. Sure would appreciate your thoughts and suggestions. I accendily popped a fuse without me knowing and when i was going to put in drive the lever wouldn't shift.
These clutch packs have a great deal of room for improvement. When we took the truck for a test drive right after the code check we found that the transmission refused to shift into reverse and into third gear as well! Would need to make no more than 2 trips per month - but would have to reliably start, run and go into reverse! I have a 5 speed tremec in my stang which I found out uses automatic Mercon V fluid from the Ford factory. This Warranty shall not apply to any automatic transmission that has been improperly stored or installed This Warranty shall not apply to misapplication, improper operating conditions, accidents, or neglect. It's no cost yo you and no obligation. I've been using this technique for 14 years with excellent results. Thank you for exceeding my expectations. An easy way to change the fluid is simply to drain the pan upon every engine oil change, and poor in the new fluid down the dip stick pipe.
I wanted to use exactly what the factory uses. The first thing that needs to be addressed is the clutch packs. How much is the owner asking for it?? If it were me, the truck would have to be in immaculate shape and the engine strong and the price just right before I would consider buying it. At all times their customer service team exceeded my expectations. Autozone will tell you how much to put after you drain it all from the big bolt at the differential. Drity Dude videos is not responsible for any damages, liability, claims, or any cause of injuries or any cause related or result from the information on the video.
Motorcraft Mercon V provided great protection. So why do I still like it? How has the truck been used? It is mandatory for implementation of this warranty that line pressures are tested at time of install. Most importantly, all transmission shafts are not covered by this Warranty on any transmission due to the capability of certain situations to cause stress-loads beyond the structural ability of the shaft. I believe most 99-04 mustang trans calls for about 3. Make sure the engine and transmission is at operating temperature, and the car is sitting on a level surface. I have pulled all of the other car supplier catalogs from my magazine racks except the American Muscle catalog. For years I attempted to purchase an aftermarket service manual for this vehicle and could not find.
To help me decide whether to buy and how much to pay for this 1994 Ford F350 7. Finally we direct our attention to the rest of the transmission. Motorcraft Mercon V® Transmission Fluid is recommended for all automatic transmissions requiring Ford Mercon V® transmission fluid. By doing this, we can raise pressure throughout the entire transmission, which takes us to the valve body. After finding it and replacing it it shifted normally.
This serves two purposes: circulating fluid and pressurizing it. I wasn't sure which fluid to go with at first so I asked the experts, they told me that Motorcraft Mercon V automatic trans fluid will do the trick as well as the Royal Purple brand. I got a lot of confusing information on the internet. Customers who bought this also bought. The case is cleaned and painted with a sealed enamel to keep your transmission looking good, and prevent any type of corrosion. F350s are bought because they are tough trucks, but they are used accordingly, and lead hard lives.
Your shifts will be firm and velvet smooth. It appears that Manual and Automatic both requirer the same. Remove the transmission sip stick, wipe it clean, reinsert and remove and check the level. Does this make any sense? It was also having problems with the throttle body cooling line leaking i used jb weld before but after a month it gave out. Of course he had automatic transmission fluid at the shop but it wasn't Motorcraft Mercon V and I wasn't settling for anything else. The main thing we are after here is line pressure, which the valve body acts as control.
I now know that the transmission shop is honest. My test driving over several miles seemed to confirm this. I finally just bypassed and hopefully have no more problems with coolent leaking. This explains the transmission problem. When we rebuild the transmissions in-house, we replace the overdrive, intermediate, and forward clutch pack backing plates with machined plates. I like the truck and could make good use of it for mostly light, local a hauling, if it was reliable and could be bought at a fair price.
An F350 is strong, but not unbreakable. When the trans failed to shift into reverse, thats rebuild time right there alone. Here are some of our own designed products for sale. . Transmission shifts smoothly warm or cold. Being that there is less chance for slipping the clutches when engaged, it also increases reliability. I used a differential gear oil hand pump with hose.