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Larry NCKS

11-08-2013 15:48:03

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This may be a useless question, but you did fill the transmission and not just the read end and hydraulics didn't you? The SOS transmission is a separate hydraulic reservoir from the hydraulics and rear end, even on a 5000.

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11-09-2013 11:09:22

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 Re: FORD 5000 SOS TRANSMISSION in reply to Larry NCKS, 11-08-2013 15:48:03  
That may be the problem. What I filled was through a plug under the seat And the fill level plug was behind the axle. Where is the fill and the fill level plug for the transmission?

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11-09-2013 13:52:31

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 Re: FORD 5000 SOS TRANSMISSION in reply to KURT PERRY, 11-09-2013 11:09:22  
There is a pipe plug on the right side in front of the brake pedals and to the rear of a 4 bolt servo cover.

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Larry NCKS

11-09-2013 13:20:19

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 Re: FORD 5000 SOS TRANSMISSION in reply to KURT PERRY, 11-09-2013 11:09:22  
Most SOS fill/level plugs are on the right side, just ahead of and below the running board, Would guess 5000 to be there too, but not sure.

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11-09-2013 20:19:26

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 Re: FORD 5000 SOS TRANSMISSION in reply to Larry NCKS, 11-09-2013 13:20:19  
I removed the Check/Fill plug on my 5000 and replaced it with a "street ell" fitting. It is much easier to add fluid now.

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