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I'm looking to swap in a 2002 4r100 into an e99. Parts gut says he does not show as compatible. Are the compatible and do I need to get any electrical components to make this work?? Ford has been no help. Thanks
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should be fine.

as far as i know the case's on 4r100's was all the same.

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as long as it is 4wd to 4wd or 2wd to 2wd, the output shafts are different lenths. trust me i just went through this.

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Thanks for the replies. This is what I came up with searching all day. In the e99 ONLY there is an on/off solenoid for the torque converter, All others have a pwm(pulse width monitor) for the torque converter.From what I have read they are NOT compatible, just another joy of having a e99
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