Re: Determining transmission model?
A 1995 would have an OD cancel button on the end of the shift lever if it
was a 4 speed. If you have no button for OD cancel, you have a 3 speed
transmission. Obviously, if you have a 3 speed in a 3/4 ton van, it's gonna
be a C6.
"Ford Warrior" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> 1995 Ford E250 4.9L L6 cargo van here. The transmission pan has no
> or other identification. Lot salesman told me it's a 3-speed, but this
> same guy also initially told me it was a V8 (it's a straight 6). Gear
> shifter dial has 'D', '1', '2'. I've been assuming it's a C6 3-speed
> transmission as this was the 3-speed for 1995 Econolines listed in the
> factory manual. What would be the indications that this was actually a
> 4-speed/AOD/E4OD and not the C6? I really know nothing about
> but I have to pick up some replacement bushing for the extension housing
> and need to be sure about this info.