Just wondering if there is a site I can go to to decypher these numbers? I have a c6 not sure of year. The 1964—1969 C4 input shaft and clutch hub size was. It is an excellent transmission, but it doesn't have the low first gear ratio off-roaders want. . It would make sense to use the deeper gears with the taller axles. This was also the same bearing that T-96 and T-14 used. Beginning in 1967, Ford dropped the Dual-Range shift pattern for this traditional P-R-N-D-2-1 pattern and used a new name—Select-Shift.
The Cobra boxes also received a reverse brake and synchro assembly where there was none before. This in turn required the input shaft to be longer. Expect to see all kinds of mismatched transmissions. Transmission ModelThe five-letter hyphenated alphabetic code on the top left is the transmission model. It has the best of everything. The standard gear cluster should fit the J model as well.
For 1967, Ford did away with the Green Dot Dual-Range C4. There are now over 200 different T-5 transmission assembly part numbers and still counting. Identification TagOn C-4, C-5 and C-6 transmissions below the servo cover bolt is a metal i. For 1971—1981, the C4 valve body changed significantly and does not interchange with 1964—1969 bodies due to changes in the case. To aid in shift quality and long term durability, it was the first automatic transmission designed to use the Borg-Warner flexible shift band. It worked similar to a 2-speed automatic, having 1:1 direct drive and overdrive.
A transmission repair manual is a must. This is when Ford engineers developed lightweight aluminum-case automatic transmissions for an exciting lineup of automobiles that arrived in the 1960s. The 3-speed C4 Cruise-O-Matic was introduced just in time for the 1964 model year. There's only one 1968-'72 main shaft. C4 Gear Ratios First Gear 2.
Call local automotive parts retailers to comp Called standard transmissions, from the days when they were issued standard on all vehicles, manual transmissions are easily identified because they are smaller than automatics and are shifted manually. Just ask for one for a 1977 Lincoln Town Car. It was the first T-5 with a front tapered output bearing and steel front bearing retainer. This was continued up to 1974. This is when Ford engineers developed lightweight a l u m i n u m — c a s e automatic transmissions for an exciting lineup of automobiles that arrived in the 1960s. According tio Kelly Hot Rod, many Ford Automatic transmissions, especially the C-series, can be identified by the bottom pan shape and the bolt count.
Input shaft, tail shaft and tail shaft housing are different and cannot be used. Instead, it used a redesigned valve body offering a P-R-N-D-2-1 shift pattern known as Select-Shift. New Type has valv body. The rear bearings are the same. At a glance, the Dual-Range valve body looks identical to 1967—1969. Inspect the pan found on the bottom of the transmission. Usually included are all the bands, clutches, seals, sealing rings, gaskets and a filter and drain plug.
Like the C4, C5s were produced as both case-fill and pan-fill with either 157- or 164-tooth flexplates. Big engine Fords have a 1. The tranny has been used in well over 200 applications and continues to appear in multiple production applications. These didn't bolt to just any tranny, there was an adapter about an inch thick that went between the tranny and overdrive unit. The C4 Ford took what it learned from the 2-speed BorgWarner automatic and applied it to the C4 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic that arrived for the 1964 model year. In most cases, if your vehicle has been converted from an overdrive to a 3-speed, you can still use this guide for identification. This video should answer most of these questions.
This page contains links to graphic pages containing information about Ford Parts. This is the C4 Dual-Range shift pattern for 1964—1966, with a large green dot for normal drive 1-2-3 upshifts and a smaller dot for second gear only driving on snow and ice. It got new composite plates and valving. We are making the assumption that your vehicle has the original type transmission that was installed at the factory. This switch is usually mounted on the accelerator linkage. Didn't see it before, it's dark under there and 30 years worth of grease and dirt.