Yes, if the motor is the same. The year doesn't neccessarily matter as the same engines and trannies were offered for multiple years. Since the 1990 f250 already had a e4od then you know for sure that it will work.
The short answer is yes. Both the 1989 and 1990 models use the RS5F50A manual or RE4F02A automatic transmission.
If they are both automatic transmission , or both manual transmission , they have the same part numbers for a 1993 and a 1995
you can, but it will require you to replace the output shaft on the '95 trans. with your old '90 model, as there is a worm gear built onto the old style output shaft to drive the speedometer cable. To replace the output shaft, you have to nearly completely teardown the transmission.
as long as they are both non-turbo or both turbo.
Yes, it fits (if both are 4 bangers or if both are V6)
dc series moter
Both use the 4.3 V6 and 4L60E transmission (assuming they're both auto). They'll work.
Yes. They both use the same 4L60E transmission.
measure both bell housings,dont think they are the same
Yes it will both Chevy both 5 lug nuts why wouldn't fit
If it is the same engine, both either standard or auto, might have to check if the 1990 had over drive, cause the 88 or most of them did not.
BOTH A 1994 & 1995 FORD THUNDERBIRD 4.6 LITER TRANNY WILL INTERCHANGE WITH THE 95' COUGAR 4.6.
They are both YJ's so if the engine is the same then the transmission should match up too, you might want to be careful that the transmissions are the same model because the transfer case needs to bolt to the rear. There were a few different versions of the transmissions available, and these varied for several reasons, so yes, engine and transmission model match, yes the years are compatible.
power window moter is bad.
i think that it might work
when gm took over Toyota they did a lot of cars with the same engines. look at the engines in both, if they are the same engine then they should be nearly the same transmission
if both are automatic and both have STOCK exhaust systems it should be alright
More than likely yes it will fit.
Chrysler ATF+4. Works for both 4cyl (30RH) and 6cyl(32RH)
Yes it will, Thay are the same.
if both the inside and outside door handles work then the cable that opens the door automaticlyis jamed in the moter. Replace the auto open moter or like I did cut the cable and use the door manuly.the cable and auto moter is located under the trim on the passenger side in the rear hatch area
It would bolt up, but it will not shift. They use different control systems. The 1995 is hydraulic and the 1996 is electronic.
Both models are the 5th generation so they should have the same transmission.
It could be the switch on the shifter or transmission. It could be that both bulbs are burn out or a bad ground on both sockets. Mine had a bad ground on both sockets.