Best answer: Is the 4r100 a good transmission?

The 4R100 is a computer controlled 4-speed automatic with a 1,000 lb-ft capacity from the factory. … However, like any high-mile automatic transmission, your 4R100 is sure to have some wear that should be addressed before you pump more power through it. Though it’s a good transmission, the 4R100 can be made be better.

How long will a 4R100 transmission last?

I consider the life of a 4R100 to be about 120K miles. If this truck you are looking at has 200K, them most likely it has had a new transmission at some point. I’ve heard of them lasting that long, but not very often. If it breaks, it will cost around 2000-2500 for a shop to rebuild it for you.

What vehicles have a 4R100 transmission?

The Ford 4R100 transmission is an updated version of the E4OD and was first introduced in the 1999 model year, and is currently found in the F250, F350, F450 and F550 Super Duty trucks, E150, E250, E350, E450 vans and the Expedition/Navigator/Excursion vehicles equipped with the 5.4L, 6.8L, and 7.3L engines.

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How long will a 7.3 transmission last?

Robust, iron parts, conservative power and low engine speed are the key ingredients for any diesel engine lasting foreverand if a 7.3L has gone unmodified yet been well maintained its entire life, 400,000 to 500,000 miles is virtually guaranteed.

How many speed is a 4R100?

4R100’s are 4 speed Transmissions. The “common” 5th gear is the Torque Converter locking up.

Are all 4R100 transmissions the same?

The Ford E4OD and 4R100 four-speed automatic transmissions were basically the same exact transmission, just with different names. The Ford E4OD transmission was updated in 1998 to the newer 4R100. … The 4R100 also matched Ford’s big 7.3-liter Power Stroke diesel engines from 1999 through 2003.

Will a 4R100 replace a E4OD?

The 4R100 was introduced as the replacement for the E4OD and was internally stronger for use in the Powerstroke Diesel trucks. While almost identical on the exterior, not all parts are interchangeable between these two units, so care must be exercised to insure compatibility.

How much torque can a 4R100 handle?

The trans is “rated” for 1000ft/lbs of torque.

What years did Ford use the 4R100 transmission?

Ford 4R100 Transmission Specs

Transmission: Ford 4R100
Predecessor: E4OD
Model Years/Applications: 1999 -2003 Ford Super Duty w/ 7.3L Power Stroke diesel
Case Material: Aluminum
Max Input Torque*: 1000 lb-ft

What was last year Ford used 7.3 Diesel?

2003. 2003 was the last year of the 7.3L Powerstroke engine being used in Ford Superduty Trucks.

What problems does the 7.3 Powerstroke have?

Some of the most common 7.3 Powerstroke engine issues include: Turbocharger Up-Pipe Leaks Have Become Significantly Common. The Diesel Fuel Filter Can End Up Becoming Clogged. Failure Of The Injector Pressure Regulator Is Something To Worry About.

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How many miles is too many for a 7.3 Powerstroke?

Registered. If I was looking to buy a another 7.3 I would prolly try to keep it under 250,000mi. If you maintain it and take care of it you will probably get 500,000 out of it easy. I work on a fleet of 7.3l vans and 2 of the trucks have over 700,000 miles on them.

What fluid does a 4R100 take?

fords reccomended fluid for the 4R100(E4OD) is standard mercon(dextron III).

How do I know if I have a 4R100 transmission?

The AOD has a slash coming in on both front corners. The AODE 4R70W will have these two slashes on the two front corners as well as a circular indentation at the top left corner. Finally the E40D 4R100 maintains a rectangle type shape with a small rectangle chunk cut out from the front right corner.

Who made 4R100?

Upgrade the factory transmission in your 1999-2003 Ford 7.3L Powerstroke with the ATS Built 4R100 Transmission. Innovation and technology set ATS apart from the rest.