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post #31 of 39 Old 05-24-2019, 07:07 AM
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Also. The w is for. Wide gear range. You usually see that reserved for describing later units. And not 03/07 trucks
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Yep the 5r110 was introduced with the 6.0 I believe. The 4r100 was an upgrade from the E4OD and was in production from 98 to 03 IIRC.

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Just wanted to update, got the new pan in with the larger filter. No leaks with >100 miles. Thanks for the assistance everyone!
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So my ford dealer wants vin number all the time as there system is setup so you get only the part that came with the truck. So must be not all dealers do this?
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So my ford dealer wants vin number all the time as there system is setup so you get only the part that came with the truck. So must be not all dealers do this?
Not the dealer here. I gave him the year model of the truck I wanted a pan and he gave me what I needed. He didn't ask me any questions.

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You can get both the Pan (8C3Z-7A194-B) for $73 and the filter (FT-180) $38.00 via Amazon Prime.

Also, not 100% sure on this but I think the original pan does not have a drain plug however the new one does.

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my old one had a drainplug

i just did this swap again Friday the OEM pan held just shy of 9 quarts if you let it drain overnight

my new pan was 16 quarts to full .. the new pan i used hold 7 qt more than stock

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my old one had a drainplug

i just did this swap again Friday the OEM pan held just shy of 9 quarts if you let it drain overnight

my new pan was 16 quarts to full .. the new pan i used hold 7 qt more than stock

I see that in the state of California this pan may cause cancer. Thankfully I do not live in CA and am therefore considering purchasing it. Question @ZMANN does the derale pan simply bolt in or does the crossmember need to be loosened t install it ?
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direct bolt on
the bolts near the cross member are best started by hand after you have two bolts holding the pan in place , then start all the bolts by hand

do not use the cork gasket included just use or get a new OEM reusable unit
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