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07-07-2009, 03:25 PM
07-07-2009, 03:29 PM
awesome! the only thing i can see that would not be on there..is the distinction between 2nd and 5th gear in the 98's. also, some of the gearshafts were equal length with a spacer before the top nut...some had one shaft shorter. also, there are a couple different 5th gear variants in the 99.5+...some have 3 little tabs with a retainer spring and a bearing fork with a rod that goes into the shift fork area....and some just had a brass synchro with two solid half-circles. i'll get pics sometime, but this is a MAJOR help to those of us fixing our own transmissions!
07-07-2009, 03:41 PM
^x2. This helps me so much.
07-08-2009, 04:56 PM
OK...i went through and corresponded the numbers on the diagram to the part numbers listed in the lists...since there's no reference to what number is what part. a few warnings...i may not have all of them right, and there are still several parts shown in the diagram which i have not been able to positively identify...i need some kind of clarification on the shift rail assembly. there are also parts that are not listed on either the diagram or the lists....like the detent plate, the magnet, the oil spout that directs oil to 5th gear, the spring and ball assemblies, drain plugs, some bearings...and im not sure if the input shaft seal is the same as the axle seals (side seals).
in the first picture (transmission cases one)
1. Case, clutch half: F8CZ7005CD
1. Case, transmission half: F8CZ7005BA
2. Cover, 5th gear: 2L8Z7222AA
3. Shift fork, 1-2: 3L8Z7230A
6. Shift fork, 3-4: 3L8Z7230AA
9. Shift fork, 5 & Reverse: 2L8Z7230AA
16. Shift lever shaft: E92Z7C355B
18. Speedo gear: E92Z17285A
19. Side bearings: E92Z4221B
20. Side seals: 6E5Z1177C
21. Pinion shaft: F02Z4211A
22. Pinion washer: E92Z4230A
23. Pinion gear: E92Z4215A
24. Side gear washer: E92Z4228A
25. Side gear: E92Z4236B
26. VSS gear: F7CZ17271BA
Picture 2...the one with the gears on it:
1. Oil funnel: E92Z7L276A
2. Output shaft rear bearing: E92Z7F431BA
3. Output shaft
4. Output shaft 1st gear: F1CZ7100AA
5. 1-2 synchro ring: E92Z7107G
6. 1-2 synchronizer: E9JY7124B
7. Shim: F6CZ7L172AA
8. Snap ring: E92Z7064A
9. Output shaft 2nd gear ('98 gear ratio 3.62): F8CZ7102AA
10. Output shaft 3rd gear: F02Z7N315B
11. Output shaft 4th gear: F8CZ7L199AB
12. Output shaft front bearing: E92Z7F431BA
13. Shim: F6CZ7L172AA
14. Output shaft 5th gear: F8CZ7K316AA
15. Nut: F0JY7N170A
16. Side seal: 6E5Z1177C
17. Input shaft rear bearing: E92Z7025AB
18. Input shaft: XS4Z7L267AA
19. Input shaft 3rd gear: YL8Z7B340AC
20. 3-4 synchro ring: E92Z7107G
21. 3-4 synchronizer: 3L8Z7124AB
22. 5th gear synchro ring (between #'s 26 and 27. #22 between 21 and 22 is a shim, and is improperly labeled the same as the synchro ring): F7CZ7107AA
23. Input shaft 4th gear: F8CZ7112CA
24. Input shaft front bearing: E92Z7025CC
26. Input shaft 5th gear: F8CZ7144BC
27. 5th gear synchronizer
28. Shim: F6CZ7L172AA
29. Nut: F0JY7N170A
30. Reverse idler gear: 6E5Z7141AA
31. Reverse idler gear shaft: E92Z7140A
if somebody knows the correct terminology-to-diagram-number reference for the missing ones, let me know.
also, if anybody can find numbers on the following:
plastic tray that shoots oil to 5th gear
different numbers for old and new style 5th gear
newer 2nd gear
07-08-2009, 05:25 PM
Here is another list
07-08-2009, 05:26 PM
in that first picture...part number 12 is part of what's different in the later model transmissions. you can also see the spacer before the nut on the output shaft that goes on top of the 5th gear to accomidate the longer shaft!
07-08-2009, 05:34 PM
I went to Ford a long time ago and they gave me a list like that of all the part numbers, it's long gone from me though.
07-08-2009, 07:13 PM
http://www.tousleyfordparts.com/ I found this site to get an idea on pricing. $244.32 for a new diff and ring gear. Awesome job on the info!!! This is going to come in very handy tomorrow.
07-09-2009, 01:52 AM
D any chance you have an ATX breakdown like this. It may come in handy for someone.
07-11-2009, 08:39 AM
Well according to all the Ford Dealers I called today the differential parts are discontinued items. I found one pinion gear and thats it. I called all around the country. Does anyone know who might actually stock these parts? Or maybe the mazda part#'s. I'm two little gears away from having my trans back. I found two in Moscow.http://www.vip-service.ru/auto/spares/index.html?page=132 Now I just 1122.00 rup.
07-12-2009, 09:32 AM
i think it's shitty how they discontinue parts on such new cars. i thought manufacturers were supposed to provide parts for 10 years after the model was discontinued....which would be 2013.
07-12-2009, 03:28 PM
It is very shitty. I'm going to go by one of the gear shops in town and see what can be used as a substitute. The differential gears and pinions look the same as those in any other diff. Just need to find the right size. I guess everyone needs to upgrade if there diff breaks. If someone could get the Mazda #s or the Kia #s that would probably help.
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07-28-2009, 10:55 AM
I had to go to the dealer for my diagrams. Those will help a lot of people.
11-16-2009, 11:19 PM
d any chance you have an atx breakdown like this. It may come in handy for someone.
02-22-2010, 10:43 AM
diff side bearing unavailible from ford.... new # for autozone: 32008xm
call timken for bearings
as for hard parts u need the ford number and autozone will cross reference as best we can
06-21-2010, 05:19 PM
Update on shift fork 1-2 part # is now 9E5Z-7230-A
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