Trailer has 7000 axles and pulls well. This included unhook miles of 250. So it's from the front 2468 on the driver side left head and 1357 on the Passenger right cyl head. The best way to keep excessive heat at bay is to install an aftermarket transmission cooler to supplement your factory cooler. Because the Heavy Duty F350 Ford pickup truck is used primarily as a work truck, it is often subject to conditions that it was not originally designed to handle. We mentioned above how heat can destroy your organic oil based transmission fluid. Look in the valley of the engine.
If that is not possible, consider buying a transmission cooler that has its own built in electric fan. For every 20 degrees you go above this limit you risk cutting the life expectancy of your transmission by a factor of two. These also vary a little depending on if you have a power stroke turbo and if you run fuel additives, and if you let it idle during a hockey game, because it is -30 outside. Mark, doesn't the 5r110 need to be flushed using a hot flush machine, because of there being a thermastat type bypass in it? If I am correct, on the driver's side frame, almost right where the cab meets the front fender, you will see a bundle of plastic and steel pipes. You will have two different fuel filters. You will be rewarded with a transmission that lasts. This information was taken from a Ford Customer Service Division announcment made in June of 2007.
I know this is sooner than the manufacturer recommends, but, it's very cheap insurance against future engine problems. To avoid this from happening, consider upgrading to a. If you tow regularly, I would reduce that interval to every 20,000 miles. Get a rag or a small bucket to pick up… Remove the powerstoke name plate on the front of your engine 13mm socket. I don't recall if there was a Ford-specific product or not, though I can't imagine that Ford would pass up the chance to sell something like that at a greatly inflated price.
The properties of synthetic fluid are such that it will not be effected by heat as easily as organic fluid. It was used in most heavy duty 2004 — 2010 F-series pickup trucks, including the , the F350, F450 and the It was used primarily behind the and the V10 gasoline engine. Locate the oil and fuel filter housing big black cap with hex nut on top look down and little left of the oil filter housing and their are 2 connectors one is grey and the other is black. I wonder if they are putting gold in it. It is difficult to see from the top since the view is blocked by the alternator bracket and what appears to be a smog or air pump.
Once you get home, get them out of the package and throw away the boxes. Extend The Life Of The 5R110W Transmission In Your 2004 — 2010 F350 Pickup Posted by on Tuesday, November 26th, 2013 The 5R110W is a heavy duty five speed automatic transmission designed and produced by Ford Motor Corp. The local Ford dealership is telling it will be between 300 - 400. There are things you can do to extend its life. Note to everyone when determining and referring to left and right on a vehicle pretend you are sitting in the driver's seat and that's how we mechanics refer to left and right when talking or ordering parts. .
It should be mounted in a location that gets good airflow when the vehicle is in motion. If you abuse your 5R110W it will have a relative short life span. Use the right size socket on the hex like nut on that side of the filter and turn counterclockwise. This exposes the top of the fuel filter looking down on it. A re-manufactured transmission comes with a ; three years compared to an average 90 days for a rebuilt transmission. Loosen the screw with an allan key to release any pressure have a bucket ready , and turn the cap off.
If you are going to replace the fuel pump. I highly recommend doing so with a over one that was simply rebuilt. Once this occurs, the complete destruction of your 5R110W transmission is just around the corner. They meet at a square box with an end that looks like the bottom of an oil filter. Release belt tensioner slack belts and remove then remove bolts and alternator, wires. I found that my primary wasn't even dirty but changed it anyways.
If you are going to do a complete fluid change, also called a flush, you must use a heated flush machine. This creates tremendous heat in the transmission, and excessive heat is the quickest way to shorten the life of your transmission. And I use nothing but full synthetic oil. I broke one have to fix. Most owners of heavy duty F350 trucks use them for industrial work or for towing heavy loads beyond what they were designed to do. Even worse, once the temperature gets to 240 degrees, you risk having your transmission fluid turn to varnish. Your primary filter is located on your frame rail drivers side.
You are a head of the game. Really depends on what you are doing. If anyone tells you… If facing the front of the truck, it is above the oil pan on the front left side. In the rare event that you need to contact the company that re-manufactures transmissions, they are just a quick. I will check my stick also.