3 speed automatic ( C6 ) 4 speed automatic ( E4OD )
the tranny will be a e4OD or a c6 if its autoand a Zf5spd if its a manual(copied this off a ford forum website http://www.thedieselstop.com/forums/f30/1988-ford-f250-diesel-idi-pros-cons-193439/ ) hope that helps, c6 tranny is a three speed
I believe that is a ( C6 ) 3 speed automatic transmission with the 351 in a 1989 Ford Bronco
should have C6 stamped on it somewhere
Bolt spacing where the bellhousing mates to the back of the engine.
Type F for a 1971 C6
Ford C6 if it will fit.
I believe that is a version of the C6 - 3 speed automatic transmission
No the c6 is a 3speed automatic transmission that was used on earlier fords.
Depends on the C6 transmission you have. They made several variants for different Ford Engine types for the FE and 385 Big Blocks. So For a 390 you will need a C6 that mates to an FE engine.
Usually a C6 transmission.
Yes, Type F is the correct fluid for a 1971 C6.
The 2005 Citroën C6 Saloon 3.0 V6 has a top speed of 230 km/h (143 mph).
one of three. c6 3speed auto. aod 4speed with overdrive. or a 5 speed manual
Use type F.
No F is ford type fluid.
its a standard ford C6 passenger car transmission. a truck C6 wont work as i believe the bellhousings are different. torino, fairlane, and Lincoln transmissions should be the same.
The Ford C6 uses engine vaccum to sense the shift points. In a diesel engine setup there is a vaccum regulator to accomplish the same thing as in a gas engine.
no the c4 is not compatible with the 302 you would need a c6