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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-06-2003, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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E4OD vs C6 in a \'94 F-150

Can anyone give me some good info on what it would take to put in a C6 tranny in place of the E4OD so that the computer doesnt freak out and everything works smoothly?

It will go in a '94 F-150 5.8L 2wd

The tranny will be a manual valve body so I don't need anything to tell it when to shift, etc etc.

Thanks for any info.

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Re: E4OD vs C6 in a \'94 F-150

Your computer will be fine. It will have codes in it for the tranny but they won't turn the light on. If you want to get rid of the codes then get a computer for the M5OD. The kick down on the C-6 will need to be worked out and the rear driveshaft will need some length work. Don't know about the flex plate. Should work but the T/c will be different. If you change Flex plates the starter and the way it is wired must match the year of the Flexplate as will the plate that goes in between the engine tranny. Wiring harness for the E4OD will need to be swapped out for one for the M5OD so you can use the reverse lights. Shift cable should work the tranny shifter but the indicator will be wrong. Might have to custom fab a mount for the cable.

The real question is why? The E4OD has O/D and it is fairly bullet proof. It is a bit more expensive to fix/replace but it is worth it unless you wanted to go manual! [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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