Changing the transmission fluid, filter and gasket on our 1994 For E350 Tioga Motorhome. Remove the bolts holding the transmission fluid pan to the transmission with a socket wrench and remove the pan, allowing any remaining fluid to pour into the drain pan. Changing the transmission filter and fluid on a Ford Econoline van every 25,000 miles by removing and draining the transmission pan will help maintain the transmission. Feel free to purchase, share or just pop over to look! Here are some of our own designed products for sale. There are seperate contacts inside the brake switch.
Remove the converter nuts that attach the converter to the flexplate. Don't rely on a car jack to support the weight while you working underneath the vehicle, as it can collapse. This will turn the converter so that you can access more bolts. There are two cooling lines connected to the radiator, one for transmission fluid coming in and one for the fluid leaving the radiator and re-entering the transmission system. Remove the six bolts that hold the crossmember on the side rails. Remove the three starter bolts, then pull the starter off the engine. Raise the front of the vehicle with a car jack, one side at a time, using jackstands to support the weight of the vehicle.
To everyone that has a 90's or newer Ford with the E4od transmission. Slide the drain pan under the transmission pan. Unplug the neutral safety switch wiring harness, located at the back of the engine compartment, at its inline connector. . Please do your own research before completing any work. Remove the cable, then put the nut back on the stud.
Place a chock block behind one rear tire to prevent the vehicle from rolling. That's why your cruise control doesn't shut off when you activate turn signal or hazard. Remove the bolts and the pan, taking care to keep it over the drain pan, as not all the transmission fluid will drain out. Lift the pan back into position on the bottom of the transmission and insert the bolts. The Ford E-350 Super Duty van uses several transmissions, one of which is the C6 transmission, which is a rear-wheel drive transmission. Diesel and heavy-duty gasoline applications include new lock-up lining. Hand tighten all the bolts, then use a socket wrench to finish tightening the bolts in place.
Slide under the vehicle and place the drain pan under the transmission fluid pan bolted to the underside of the transmission. Slide the driveshaft toward the rear of the E-350 van and away from the transmission. By choosing the option to Waive Core Charge, customer is authorizing Reman Transmission to bill their credit card for the amount of the core charge if it is not returned during this period. You should use a helper, but if one or two friends are not available, make sure you have at least two floor jacks to support the transmission as it is lowered from the E-350. It doesn't matter which hose you place the pan under.
Open the hood and disconnect the battery ground cable. When the fluid begins to drain, pour fresh transmission fluid into the funnel at the same flow rate as the fluid is draining into the pan. Remove the two bolts that attach the rear engine mount and insulator. Start the engine and shift through all the positions on the transmission. Please also share and comment if you enjoy our content. The engineers who designed this system definitely made some mistakes but this was not one of them. It would be worth your time to talk to a trans.
By doing so will cook your transmission. The pan will tip as the bolts are loosened, allowing the fluid to drain into the pan. If you don't believe me drive down the highway at 60 mph and activate your hazard lights. Wait until no more transmission fluid is flowing from the radiator or disconnected hose meaning all the old fluid and the two new quarts are flushed out and shut off the engine. Make sure the fluid type is that specified for the year and model Econoline you are servicing. You will only be able to remove a couple of nuts at a time, so place a wrench on the crankshaft pulley bolt and turn the crankshaft a few inches. Reinstall the pan with two bolts on the back of the pan to temporarily hold it in place.
Secure the transmission to the jack or two jacks, if you need to use two jacks using the chain. Loosen the bolts do not remove them yet , starting at the back of the pan and working your way toward the front. A complete flush of an Econoline transmission is needed every 50,000 miles to completely remove all fluid from the transmission and keep it in good working order. By doing that it ends up destroying your transmission! Continue to add small amounts of transmission fluid, shifting through all the positions and checking the fluid level, until the correct levels have been reached. Move the drain pan under the extension housing.