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I have a 97 F250 4wd 7.3 PSD. I went into the local parts store to pick up a trans filter kit because I want to change out the fluid. They said there are 2 different kits for the SD. How do I tell which one?

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I have a 97 F250 4wd 7.3 PSD. I went into the local parts store to pick up a trans filter kit because I want to change out the fluid. They said there are 2 different kits for the SD. How do I tell which one?
Do you have another parts store to go to? Since your truck is a 97 that means its not a Superduty. Dont you just love people that know all about vehicles as long as they have their parts computer in front of them.

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I have a 97 F250 4wd 7.3 PSD. I went into the local parts store to pick up a trans filter kit because I want to change out the fluid. They said there are 2 different kits for the SD. How do I tell which one?
these guys are right, there is only one filter option for a 4WD E4OD tranny.....
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Do you have another parts store to go to? Since your truck is a 97 that means its not a Superduty. Dont you just love people that know all about vehicles as long as they have their parts computer in front of them.
not necesaraly (sp), I had a 1996 super duty at one time, they were an OBS truck with a heavier suspension and 10 lug wheels, basicly it was an early F450.

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Wink What tranny?

I have a 95 F250 7,3l PSD, 4x4, what kind of tranny do I have?
I bought the E40D kit, but the shop said no, itīs not. So what? Who is right?

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