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I have been trying to figure out what transmission my car has. I have heard that it is the 4r70W mostly, but have also been told that I have the AOD and AOD-E. I have also heard that the 4R70W is a stronger transmission...is this also true? Thanks!
 

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J-Rob is wrong.....wierd. I wonder if the planets aligned or something.

You have an AOD. You can't use a AODE (4r70w is a variant) unless you get a 94-95 stang gt auto computer and trans (or a bird/cougar auto v6 trans rebuilt to v8 specs).
 

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This doesnt mean we are going to take down the alter devoted to you J-Rob. We will just have to light more candles.
lol. i swear to god. i read something that said "all mn12 have AODE's". maybe im just getting bad in my old age and it really said AOD.

im gonna go crawl back into my cave of wonders.
 

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Thanks!!!

Thanks guys, the help is greatly appreciated!
 

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Once again...

For those who know and replied correctly, good work. For those who don't know (and I can't figure out why, since we have that great thesis by Jerry on this site), here we go:

Strictly MN12...

'89-'93 3.8L, 3.8L SC, and 5.0L used an AOD. PERIOD. If it was a manual Super Coupe or '89-'90 XR-7, you have a Maxda 5-speed gear box.

'94-'97 3.8L and 4.6L used the 4R70W. Period. Never was an AOD-E used in a production MN12.

John said, "All 5.0's came with AOD's ". True, when talking about MN12's. However, the '95-'95 5.0L Mustang GT was equipped with only an AOD-E has the auto choice.

A-Train
 
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