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Old 01-24-2013, 06:22 AM
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e4od torque converter interchangeability

Hey all i was wondering if the torque converter is interchangeable on the e4od from a gasser to a stroke? Because i found a 95 eclb with convertet lockup issues for a good price and i happen to have a e4od from a 351 with a good converter. if they interchange im honna snag this 250 up. thanks Derek
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Nope. The information I was able to find show that the TC for the 351 uses 3 bolts that thread into the TC to attach to the flexplate.

The diesel uses 6 studs.
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Hmm damn it all. well thanks for the quick reply. i guess maybe ill look into converter pricing cause i kinda want this truck. 2500 bucks for a 4wd eclb with only 146xxx miles aint to bad imo. even if it needs some money thrown at it.
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:47 AM
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It's such a pain in the *** to drop the transmission that I'd put a new one in, anyway.

Pick your flavor of a billet TC from a reputable company and be done with it.

Do you know if the E4OD has been rebuilt with all the updates yet?
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2500 bucks and your still thinking about it.... id already have this in my drive way. TCs can be had at a good price for a new one, if that's all that's truly wrong with it. May wana look into a rebuid while its out as said above
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Hey all i was wondering if the torque converter is interchangeable on the e4od from a gasser to a stroke? Because i found a 95 eclb with convertet lockup issues for a good price and i happen to have a e4od from a 351 with a good converter. if they interchange im honna snag this 250 up. thanks Derek
Probably a burned out tail bulb.
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