The 300 4.9 was fitted with the Ford C6, E4OD, AOD, ZF S5-42 and S5-47 transmissions, as well as the Mazda-built M5OD 5-speed manual and Borg-Warner T18 and New Supplied Finishing NP435 4 Speed Manual Transmission.
We currently stock 2 Remanufactured Manual Transmission products to choose from for your 1993 Ford F-150 Pickup and our stock prices range from as low as $1,299.99 up to $1,394.99.
Current owners. You can find your vehicle’s transmission on your window sticker. It will be listed under Vehicle Description at the top of the window decal.
The Ford F-150 comes with two types of transmissions. These types are 6-speed automatic and 10-speed automatic. The 10-speed transmission delivers more power, which can be important when towing loads between 8,000 and 10,000 pounds.
History of the Ford E4OD and 4R100
The additional overdrive gear allows the vehicle to achieve a higher cruising speed with a lower engine speed. This is because the gear ratio makes the output shaft spin faster than the engine’s input shaft. It improves overall performance and results in lower fuel consumption.
Locate the location of the drain plug on the transmission pan. If the connector is on the side of the transmission pan, it’s the C6, but below means it’s a C4.
Unfortunately, the NHTSA VIN standard does not require this. Some OEMs still use the same 10-digit VIN patterns for both automatic and manual transmission vehicles, meaning that VIN alone is not enough to determine the vehicle’s transmission type.
Which year F-150 to avoid? Among Ford enthusiasts there is one year to avoid with the F-150 and that is the 2004 model year. These are considered the worst F-150 trucks ever built for a variety of reasons.
The easiest way to find your gearbox type is to check your owner’s manual. Your manual should include the name and type of transmission and service information. If you’ve misplaced your owner’s manual, most trucks have a white label on the inside of the driver’s door.
none. 4.6L got the 4R70W, 5.4L got the 4R75E(W). The transmission of the 5.4L is slightly stronger and has a higher input torque.
The AOD was originally used in Ford, Lincoln and Mercury products, as well as the F-Series pickups and E-Series vans in the 80’s and early 90’s. Because Ford has used these transmissions in so many production vehicles, the Ford AOD is relatively easy to find at used parts yards and can be purchased at a reasonable price.
4.9-liter multi-port EFI I-6 engine. 5-speed manual transmission. Brake booster with rear anti-lock braking system (ABS)