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Old 06-24-2010, 02:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Transmission drain/refill method....'99 and up instructions OK?

Last time I did this I could have sworn I had instructions for 94-97 E4OD. The instructions in the FAQ are for '99 and up. Should basically be the same, right? Long story short, you disconnect return line and run engine until air shows up in line, add more ATF and repeat. Re-attach line and fill trans the rest of the way.
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They are exactly the same.

Here's an updated version:
Changing ATF: 7.3L PowerStroke Engine and 4R100 Automatic Transmission.
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They are exactly the same.

Here's an updated version:
Changing ATF: 7.3L PowerStroke Engine and 4R100 Automatic Transmission.
Perfect! Thanks Mark
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