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Old 11-15-2010, 09:43 AM
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Which transmission is this??

I am trying to figure out which tranny this is. Its mated to a early 99 7.3 or older but new enough that it has a factory inercooler. Its a E350 automatic(old wrecked ambulance) The pan said Metric and on the side had these numbers RF-FOTP-7006-BB. Any ideas?
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I know it is a little late, but I am thinking it is an E4OD. I can find references to that number and an E4OD online and also the E4OD was in the OBS trucks, not sure the EXACT swap date, but they went to 4R100's in the 7.3 Superduties.
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No problem. I can't be 100% sure of the ID, but with the info I have...that's my guess.

I actually found this thread because I was researching whether the two transmissions could be interchanged as I know they are very similar. (The E4OD and the 4R100 that is).
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IIRC you can replace a E4OD with a 4R100. You will have to cap off the holes for the extra sensors and use the E4OD MPLS.
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No problem. I can't be 100% sure of the ID, but with the info I have...that's my guess.

I actually found this thread because I was researching whether the two transmissions could be interchanged as I know they are very similar. (The E4OD and the 4R100 that is).
-Aaron
I was wondering because I had found a good tranny and was wanting to use the VB as a core so I could get a BTS VB with out having to shut my truck down for to long. I was told that would be no problem from a dealer on here so there can't be to much difference.
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