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Old 09-15-2006, 08:44 AM
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Transmission Filter for the 5R110 TorqShift?

Hi Guys,
A Newbee here.... Wondering if here are any "Main" trany filters available for the 5R110 Trany other than the Dealer? Tried a search here and did not find any info about it. Just bought a used 2003 F250 and have been going over items and changing the filters and fluids. The only one that I have not been able to track down is the new style filter located inside the trany pan. It is different than the E40D style.

This is our first Diesel Truck and enjoying it very much.

Is this a Dealer item only?

Thanks in advance!

Jim G.
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First of all welcome to the forum!
On your tranny filter question, on the 03 models, that filter is one part that may not be avaiable yet at other stores. Dealer item only. I'm not saying that is for sure the case but i know i have gone to the local parts store for certain items on my 03 and they told me it was too new a model for them to carry that part. I think it was the alternator i was shopping for and only Ford had it. I ended up going to a rebuild shop and they took care of it. Call your local parts house and they either have it, or they don't.
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http://www.dieselsite.com/index.asp?...S&Category=420

http://www.suncoastconverters.com/fo...10filters.html

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keep in mind your tranny has two filters, one internal (in the pan) and one external on the passanger framerail right in front of the motor....its is an aluminum canister with a 7/8 head on it for removal...
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Thanks Glenn, that's what I was looking for!

Marc, Thanks for the heads up on that one. I was able to find a replacement filter for that one, easy to change out too.

Thanks again!
Jim.
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Thanks Glenn, that's what I was looking for!

Marc, Thanks for the heads up on that one. I was able to find a replacement filter for that one, easy to change out too.

Thanks again!
Jim.
Hello, guys. New to the site...

Jim, what Mfg/Part were you able to use for the spin-on filter element? I can't seem to find one readily available [except the Motorcraft filter]. When I do a X-ref for Fram/Purolator [for the Motorcraft 3C3Z7B155BA], they show an internal filter.
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Hello, guys. New to the site...

Jim, what Mfg/Part were you able to use for the spin-on filter element? I can't seem to find one readily available [except the Motorcraft filter]. When I do a X-ref for Fram/Purolator [for the Motorcraft 3C3Z7B155BA], they show an internal filter.
Quickwrench..... The part number is the one you have (3C3Z7B155BA) and it is an internal filter type, like the oil & fuel filters. (Sun Coast, around $15 plus shipping.)

Also the filter inside the trany pan is new.... part #3C3Z7A098AA (@ $21)

Hope this helps!

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just an update..i found that napa sells the spin on filter with a new gasket for 22 bucks and change..also the internal pan filter as well but i dunno the price
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Hi Guys,
A Newbee here.... Wondering if here are any "Main" trany filters available for the 5R110 Trany other than the Dealer? Tried a search here and did not find any info about it. Just bought a used 2003 F250 and have been going over items and changing the filters and fluids. The only one that I have not been able to track down is the new style filter located inside the trany pan. It is different than the E40D style.

This is our first Diesel Truck and enjoying it very much.

Is this a Dealer item only?

Thanks in advance!

Jim G.
OPPPS I see I didn't read all the msgs. Someone already told you about the ext filter.

I just had my transmission oil changed and the filter in the transmission is just cleaned and not replaced. Also do you know you have an external treansmission filter under the passengers front wheel well? It is like a roll of toilet paper and gets changed every 30,000 miles. Just thought you'd like to know,

Iggy
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An update, since this thread has been revived anyway.

As a biz owner whose crews service a ton of PowerStrokes, we've located a great source for both the internal [pan] and external [framerail] filters for 6.0L-equipped E- and F-Series Fords.

Frankly, I'm kind of disappointed in most of the online sources for these [and other items]. It would be no problem for us to put these out for $15 [internal] and $20 [external] SHIPPED, but we're really not in that business.

Thanks for the help, guys.
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