Why does your Ford F-150 trans occasionaly slip in drive range?
It depends if you have ecoboost on because ecoboost sometimes slips your gears.
If you start the vehicle, put the trans in neutral, then put the 4wheel drive in 2wheel drive, then put trans back in gear it should disengage the 4wd. The 4wd drive is a electronic function. You may have to tap the brake pedal after you have selected 2 whl drive with the trans selector in neutral Read More
its a bad transmission range sensor its mounted to the trans/its basically a neutral safety switch that has more functions feeding pcm info Read More
f150 can a4 wheel drive wheel fit on a 2 wheel drive f150 both 6 bolt pattern Read More
If the trans code has "u" its a 4r100. All 7700 series came with the 4r100 trans. Read More
My ford f150 auto. trans studder at around 50mph when in overdrive. why? Read More
There is no dip stick on a 3 speed "tree" trans. Trans fluid is added by removing the screw on top of trans casing underneath the vehichle. Read More
yes it is easyer to chang that way than the other way just go to junk yard and get trans and stering colum from the same vech. if possible that way the linkage will work no problem also get the drive shaft and any control modules you might need Read More
My f150 shifts from 2wheel to 4wheel on the fly, but to use 4low you need to be stopped with your transmission in neutral to engage the low range in my transfer case. Read More
Yes it will Read More
What is the towing capacity of a 1996 Ford F150 4.9 liter engine 5 speed standard transmission 355 rear end?
According to the owners manual , a 1996 F150 / 5 speed manual transmission / 3.55 gear ratio can tow : regular cab / 2 wheel drive / GCWR 7800 lbs / trailer weight range ( 0 - 3600 lbs ) regular cab / 4 wheel drive / GCWR 7800 lbs / trailer weight range ( 0 - 3300 lbs ) super cab / 2 wheel drive / GCWR 7800 lbs / trailer weight range… Read More
Decton/mercon III or ATF. A quart of Lucus Trans. to top off or to add in when you do a trans. service. Read More
a range is were a cowboy washes his bull. Read More
You Must remove the trans to access the slave... on the 5 speed for sure. Read More
It depends on if it is two or four wheel drive, a 4x4 is 48 inches Read More
no unless it is a 4 wheel drive and you are in 4 hi or lo. I still wouldn't do it Read More
Ford f150 if clutch is bad will trans still shift into gear or is that an indicator of another problem?
the trans will still shift into gear with a bad clutch you will find tho, sometimes this will not happen. usaully it is NOT indicative of other problems. Read More
As I have a trans in my 92 F150, which has that code on it. I believe my factory service manual identified the trans as a MR2 (or R2) mazada 5 speed that was used by Ford. Read More
A 2007 Ford F-150 is either rear wheel drive or 4x4 capable Read More
The price of a Ford F150 XLT Long Bed with Rear Wheel Drive will vary depending on the year of the truck. A brand new truck with this features is roughly around $41,000. Read More
It's underneath the truck. It leads from the transmission to the diferential Read More
Clutch safety switch not adjusted properly Read More
that trans is a 4r70w Read More
( 6 ) per wheel Read More
No, you do not have to remove or drop your engine.On some models you have to allow a little extra access on the top side of your trans. for bell housing bolts.If you dont have enough clearance you just have to remove your drive axles if it is 4 wheel drive, and remove linkages,wire connections,slave cylinder,and cross member and allow trans to drop down a little bit while attached to engine to access top bell… Read More
It could be that the torque convertor is locked and not slipping which it should do as the normal operation Read More
Any transmission from 97-00, from any ford F-150, Expedition, or navigator will fit. Read More
My over drive button in my f150 is not working what do you think it si? Read More
When you went to start your F150 you discover your 4x4 light was on and while the engin was running you herdunfameler sound so Icheck trans oil and it was empty?
what is the anser to the qoistion I have ask Read More
You fill it from the same tube where the dip stick is for the A/Trans, which is on the left side (passenger side) down almost hidden from view. Read More
The owners manual shows : Motorcraft MERCON Multi - Purpose ATF ( automatic transmission fluid ) Your transmission dipstick should have the type of fluid used for your 4R70W automatic transmission Read More
.054 inch ( range .052 inch to .056 inch ) Read More
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www.motorcraft.com shows : For a 1991 F150 with 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder engine Motorcraft part # EV111 for 2 wheel drive Motorcraft part # EV118 for 4 wheel drive Read More
it depends on what engine you have in each vehicle,some birds with a big 8 cyl used a c6 trans,but if you had a small block i;e 302 there most likely used a c4 trans,f150 with a 302 used a c6 and a c4 trans,if truck is inline six it has more likely a c4,but a c6 will also go there.look at both trans and measure them as a car will have a shorter rear… Read More
Can you replace 49 liter in your 96 F150 with a 302 without having to change the trans If not what type of trans should you install?
It should be the same, you're biggest problem will be kepping all the smog equipment ford is well known for their bellhousing. you may have to change the bellhouse from the trans. to the engine. you wont have to change the tranny, but you may have to change the bellhousing to match the 302 bolt pattern Read More
As long as the numbers match on side of trans the only problems you will have is the vss was moved to the rear diff in 1998 so the 1997 would need an entire wire over but if the f150 is. 4x4 then the speed sensor is in the transfer case which means your fine Read More
auto parts store or sears Read More
Get it checked by a certified tech with experience first. Read More