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|05-20-2014 07:42 AM|
I just had my serviced at dealership and was told I had both the internal and external filter. This part number is listed on the receipt: Screen Assembly 8C3Z 7A098 D. I don't see the internal part number listed and sure hope that they changed it like they said they would.
|04-22-2014 07:53 AM|
|Mark Kovalsky||The V10 and diesel trans were the same.|
|04-22-2014 04:29 AM|
I was checking on this as well. 2008 had a change with the 2nd run productions to remove the external filter and only went with an internal one. Best bet is to give your VIN to a Ford Parts counter so they can make sure which setup you have. I've just decided to let the dealer do it next month and get the part number then for future ones.
I have the V10, so not sure if your tranny is the same.
|04-21-2014 01:36 PM|
|Mark Kovalsky||I don't keep track of part numbers. The reusable gasket is really reusable. I've reused them many times.|
|04-21-2014 11:52 AM|
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|04-21-2014 10:38 AM|
|Mark Kovalsky||Yes you do. The transmission will not operate without the internal filter.|
|04-21-2014 10:14 AM|
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|08-06-2013 02:34 PM|
Originally Posted by Little General View Post
It does require a heated flush machine to change all of the fluid. Maybe that is what he meant. Sniffing the oil to see if it needs to be changed is about as useful as checking what color the truck is painted. If you can smell that it needs to be changed it's too late, the fluid is burnt and the trans is probably also burnt. How can he tell the level of the additives? How about the viscosity of the fluid? He is very old school, and that will cost people with one of these new school trucks big money.
|08-06-2013 01:24 PM|
|08-06-2013 01:19 PM|
Opinions will vary. I knew an old guy when I was a teenager that never changed the oil in his cars or trucks. Just the filter. His logic was that oil cannot be broken down. Must admit, his old Datsun truck was still running when he died. Didn't smoke either. Go figure.
Many people don't believe in changing transmission, rear end, power steering, brake fluids. They just drive it till it needs a new whatever.
|08-06-2013 01:07 PM|
I've always heard that you shouldn't change your transmission fluid at all, haha.
This guy has some good advice, guess I was wrong. Says 30,000 miles, uh oh, BRB.
|03-22-2012 11:09 PM|
|meganzhang||Im worried a lot about my car's engine oil. This makes sense, considering oil bathes and lubricates the power plant of the vehicle. But it's the job of the transmission to parcel out the engine's power to the wheels|
|04-03-2011 04:26 AM|
Drain and drop the pan and replace filter, then refill back to capacity. Do this at minimum every 30K, or sooner if towing frequently.
Or have dealer service tranny, that is what I do with my Expedition, going on 112K with no issues.
|01-18-2011 06:04 PM|
|Little General||I have 110,00 on my 08 and last week I asked a Ford Mechanic the same question and he pulled the dipstick and looked,smelled and said keep driving. Most of my miles are highway, 5% towing. I know I will be corrected, but he claims it not just a simple filter change, something about valve body connected with filter?|
|01-06-2011 10:59 AM|
|Pappy19||Not sure what the manual says but I am a proponent of servicing the tranny at least every 25k and every 20k if you tow alot. For your first tranny service I would drop the pan, change the filter and refill, all at the Ford dealer so it shows up on your CarQuest and will keep your warranty in place. I also added an external tranny spin-on filter from Summit Racing; at about $40 it is a great option which will eliminate the need for an internal filter change in future flushes.|
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