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Old 06-25-2009, 08:49 PM
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What years of Transmission

Hello every one in Ford land, I have a 1996 F250 Powerstroke with an E40D Transmission and it has decided to not work I am NOT willing to keep the Transmission and am going to put in a standard, what I need to know is what years of truck can I swap out part I need? Thank you for your time.

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any zf 5 speed truck will work if it a diesel engine for a donor , there are quite a few years even in gas trucks that the pedals and inside stuff are the same
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Thank you for your reply, I have been looking at 92-97 trucks
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Could a ZF-6 bolt up to an OBS? Wanted to do that to my '94 before I sold it.
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M813 welcome to the .ORG. Let us know how the swap goes. Post pics if you get a chance.

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Thank you for your reply, I have been looking at 92-97 trucks
be good to stay around those year models yes

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Could a ZF-6 bolt up to an OBS? Wanted to do that to my '94 before I sold it.
yes it will bolt up, be more to make it work on the hydraulics end of it but yes it will
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ZF 5Spd

Well it is all done I swapped out my E40D for a ZF 5spd, there was little bit of work but in three days itr was all done. The biggest thing was to get a Diesel ( a1996 powerstroke). this saved a lot of time and money as all the parts where in the truck, I looked at a 1994 and that is the year of change over, so I found a 1996 F250 4X4 and the rest is history. All the hole where there, wiring etc,. If any one else does this you need the ECU, and IDM, my old ECU I am going to Ford and get it re programed. Thank you all for your info.
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be good to stay around those year models yes


yes it will bolt up, be more to make it work on the hydraulics end of it but yes it will
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i know this is old but i have some questions of my own...I found a zf5 trans that came off a 88 460...guessing that wont work?
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No it won't.
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a 460 ZF 5 os the exact same as a diesel zf 5 except for the internal gearing is all
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