The Fill plug is also on the drivers side about half way up and is the same size as the Drain Plug. As for the harness and other stuff I have no idea. Call a couple of local garages. Identical year would probably be easiest. If you can find a doner car it will help.
I would like to upgrade the 4r70 auto transmission to a 5 or 6 speed auto. We do not list a lot of models so as long as id tags are the same and it is a 4x4 transmission as it will not have an extension housing on it and shaft will be short it will fit just like I said previously. I am trying to get back into it and I just seen your reply I am wondering how can I pull the piggy back off would be great to get some help with that I was trying to find a diagram of it and was unsuccessful! They were designed for way more power and much different ignition timing as compared to any other F-150 model. But, I understand that it's not always about money, but about the challange and the fun. Remove a Ford F150 transmission at home with a little help from a friend and some common tools most home mechanics have available.
Answer The comment above about the lack of syncros sp on reverse is correct, however one cause of grinding when shifting into reverse is improper adjustment of the clutch linkage. Like everyone has stated, syncros, putting in first before reverse and all that, they may be correct. I am sure that you have heard it from many others, but a 2001 Accord is still worth enough that you should be able to sell it and buy a manual version for far less money and much quicker if you still need to drive the car. The slider's function is to lock the main shaft gear to the main shaft thereby transmitting power to the rear wheels in the desired gear ratio depending on which main shaft gear is locked to the main shaft. Answer I have an '86 S10. If your Ford F150 needs a new transmission, consider removing and installing the transmission at home.
Check the transmission you currently have in the truck and see if it has an extension housing that looks like the one outside the truck. With the transmission weight being supported by the adjustable floor jack, remove the transmission cross member. You can start by pulling the dip stick housing out, then putting some rtv black silicone around the bottom, below the bubbled out part. The gear oil typically comes in a plastic bottle with a pump and a plastic tube. Use the truck's starter to turn the fly wheel enough to access the next torque converter bolt. The main shaft which is linked to the tailshaft is not turning. You would check the fluid level with your finger through the filler hole with the transmission cool.
Plus transfer case, exhaust, drive shafts, etc. A transmission cross member consists of fasteners at each end that secure it to the truck's frame, and two bolts that fasten the transmission to the cross member. My name is Jim and I Have a 2001 f150 Supercrew 4x4 with a 4r70w Transmission and I have a 1998 Lincoln Navigator with a 4r100 Transmission. Drive-train is the same as a regular truck. If you can't help us figure it out, then don't reply and don't be a jerk. It's relatively simple: First you locate your tranny drain and filler bolts your manual should indicate where they are and what they look like.
But please save yourself time and money and check the simple things first, is your clutch fluid low? Place a floor jack under the transmission pan. Use ratcheting wrenches and open end wrenches to loosen and remove these fasteners. Therefore, since there is no sychronizer or clutch brake like on a heavy truck tranny the sliding cluctch gear splined to the main shaft grinds against the main shaft gear floating over the main shaft but meshing its respecive countershaft gear through the reverse idler. As the last few bolts come out, make sure the weight is balanced correctly to avoid it falling from the jack. If not it will not work. The Harley Davidson designation is mostly the way the truck is like badges etc. Here is where I am currently at as of today! Turn the fly wheel each time you remove one of the torque converter bolts so you can access the next one.
If you think manual trannies are complicated, have someone explain an automatic to you!!!! Install manual trans, all linkage clutch and brake pedals too and electronics from another car of interchangable ask wrecking yar … d about this make and model. Use a box-end wrench and an open-end wrench to access the nuts and bolts between the front of the transmission and the engine. Please Help and Thank you for you reply! Warning: this may not be real fun. Please Help and Thank you for you reply! Now most of the dipsticks bolt in with one of the tranny bolts, you may need to chec … k to see is it has come loose or even maby broke loose. The price differs with the part of the country you live in.
Took trans cooler and lines out of navi put in my truck. Answer Most manual transmissions do not have a sychronized reverse gear. You can save yourself a lot of money and it takes only a couple of hours to complete. The filler bolt is the one that's higher than the drain bolt. In this case you can ether quick fix for now by using a zip tie, and tieing it to something close by and stationary or replace the dip stick housing. .
Slightly lift the transmission up so any downward pressure onto the transmission cross member is relieved. The filler hole is on the side. If the adjustment is correct when the clutch is depressed the gears should stop turning and eliminate the grinding. Replace the filler bolt and you're good to go. The way to cure this is to select a forward gear to stop the transmission and then go to reverse, all the while holding the clutch down. Hayne's manual should have all the wiring diagrams I believe.
So, good luck, all things are possible. I put the computer out of navi into my truck knowing I need a 4r100 trans layout plugs right in everything seems to work windows,guages,seats, lights, turns over but will not fire and start! I am trying to get back into it and I just seen your reply I am wondering how can I pull the piggy back off would be great to get some help with that I was trying to find a diagram of it and was unsuccessful! Maybe it would be cheaper to buy a new truck? I don't have a specific quote on the cost, but to have it done by a shop would astronomical. Once all the bell housing bolts are removed the transmission will sit in place on two alignment posts. All manual transmissions use a gear oil. Remove the cross member that lies under the transmission tail. Is this a simple matter of the right tranny swap.