No you can't. The A4LD automatic is wimpy and could not handle the torque of a V8. Besides which it will not bolt up behind a V8 (different bolt pattern). Nor does anyone sell anything to adapt it that I know of. The A4LD is for the 4-cylinder and AOD is for the V8.
If they both have the same motor you an but it sound like you have a 4 cylinder and the other one have a V6 or V8 and you cant do it then. It wont bolt up. If you have a 4 cylinder you have to use that transmission. They are hard to find and very expencive to build. SORRY to tell you that but I have one myself.
I believe that was an ( A4LD ) automatic transmission with the 4 cylinder engine on a 1989 Ford Mustang
A4LD - 4 speed automatic
it's either the AOD or the A4LD........... the way to tell this is the count the number of bolts on the transmission pan....18 bolts, it's the A4LD........ 14 bolts it's the AOD
The 1989 Ford Mustang GT came with a T-5 five-speed manual or an optional automatic transmission
How would i repair a 1993 ford explorer 4.0 liter A4LD Transmission?
The automatic transmission is an A4LD in a 1991 Ford Explorer
As far as I can tell , the A4LD automatic transmission was used in the Ford Ranger from ( 1985 to 1994 model years ) *** transmission code " T " ***
The automatic transmission is an A4LD
A4LD transmissions were installed in ford aerostars , rangers and explorers
In a 1989 Ford Mustang 5.0 The AUTOMATIC transmission fluid level dipstick is located in the engine compartment , near the firewall , just to the passenger side of the engine The manual transmission does not have a dipstick
A4LD automatic transmission
Automatic is an A4LD
The automatic is an A4LD
That would be a version of the A4LD automatic transmission
On your 1989 Ford Ranger : The vacuum modulator valve is on the passenger side of the A4LD automatic transmission ( it might be behind a heat shield )
According to this website;http://market.autopartsfair.com/ford-transmissions/find_product.HTML?model=ranger_2wd&year=1989You have an A4LD transmission whether it is a 2wd or a 4wd.Answerand what is funny is that tranny is so bad ford says it isn't a ford tranny..mercury designed it and ford made the "mistake" of using it for their trucks AnswerThere were three transmissions available in 1989. There was the Mitsubishi unit that was often coupled with the 2.9 liter engine and the Mazda M5OD (which is in my 1992 Ranger) for the manual transmissions. Then, there was the A4LD automatic.
The 1992 Ford Explorer uses an A4LD automatic transmission
Transmission Modulator 1996 ford mustang can not find location
the AODE is an electronically controlled transmission that is controlled by a separate computer this may not be a good idea for a novice.
On a 1992 Ford Explorer ( A4LD automatic transmission ) I believe the modulator valve is on the passenger side of the transmission , BEHIND a heat shield
I believe that is on the passenger side of the A4LD transmission behind a heat shield
I believe it is on the passenger side of the transmission ( A4LD ) behind a heat shield
The exact location of the transmission modulator valve on your Ford Mustang is dependent upon the year of the Mustang. Most of the time the transmission modulator valve will be on the back of the transmission.