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Old 04-18-2011, 02:28 AM
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Question Transmission type B????

i was looking at the sticker in the door jam to see what transmission i have in my 04sd f250 6.0 and all it says is B, does anyone know what transmission is type B?

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Old 04-18-2011, 06:19 AM
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B - 5-speed automatic (5R110W), Hi-Torque, diesel
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What is the DIfference between "T" and "B"
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The funny thing is, the "T" showed up on 05's and up.

Looks like in 04 they were listed as "B".

| Repair Guides | Transmission Identification | Transmission Identification | AutoZone.com

Why? I don't know.

2004 F-250 and 350

2-Five-speed manual

5-Six-speed manual, Dana ZF (S6-650)

7-Six-speed manual, Dana ZF (M6HD-W), diesel

B-Five-speed automatic (5R110W), Hi-Torque, diesel

E-Four-speed automatic (4R100)

2005 F-250 and 350

2-Five-speed manual, Tremac (TR4050)

5-Six-speed manual, Dana (ZF S6-650)

7-Six-speed manual, Dana (ZF M6HD-W), diesel

B-Five-speed automatic (5R110W), Hi-Torque, diesel

T-Five-speed automatic (5R110W)

2006 F-250 and 350

5-6-speed manual, Dana (Z/F S6-650)

7-6-speed manual, Dana (Z/F M6HD-W), diesel

B-5-speed automatic (5R110W), Hi-Torque, diesel

T-5-speed automatic (5R110W)

Could it be they fixed an issue in the 04 tranny, and needed to code the new tranny with the "T"

"The '04 transmissions had a planet retaining pin back out and machine away part of the trans. That was fixed mid-year '04. The early '05 trucks had a problem with a snap ring coming out of it's groove and exiting the transmission through the case. That was fixed mid-year '05."

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Going from "T" to "B" could just be for updating/revising the trans... not sure...
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I went into my Suncoast paperwork and couldn't find any info on this, the only thing I found different was the forward friction plates had two different designs, but it states that you wont know unless you disassemble.
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Thanks guys one question now that i know wich one it is, while accelerating somtimes the truck will make a loud humming noise but im not sure if it is the trans but i also dont just wanna leave it alone if it is. Can anyone shed some light on this one for me?
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Thanks guys one question now that i know wich one it is, while accelerating somtimes the truck will make a loud humming noise but im not sure if it is the trans but i also dont just wanna leave it alone if it is. Can anyone shed some light on this one for me?
Start by checking you hub bearings, axle u-joints, driveshaft u-joints, and carrier bearing.
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alright will do that tonight after i get off work, thanks
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