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Changing trans oil filter, SOS Ford 4000

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Don Johnson

04-19-2003 01:32:24

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I am about to change the transmission oil filter in my 4cyl 63'Ford 4000 It has the Select-o-speed and I have a manual. While reading the manual I noticed there are many more steps described in taking off that 10 bolt cover than initialy meets the eye. The linkages are a bit intimidting. Can anybody give me any heads up for going this? Any springs going to fly out at me? Or am I just building it into a larger job than it really is. I am fairly well off machanically although automatic transmissions are something i usually stay away from. thanks Don

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01-15-2006 09:05:49

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 Re: Changing trans oil filter, SOS Ford 4000 in reply to Don Johnson, 04-19-2003 01:32:24  
I just got a 73' 4000 disel. I just need to know some general things: changing oil, hydrolics general things any info is apreciated!

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Larry NCKS

04-19-2003 05:17:09

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 Re: Changing trans oil filter, SOS Ford 4000 in reply to Don Johnson, 04-19-2003 01:32:24  
No springs! The inching pedal linkage will likely give a little interference on the inside. Make sure you get the bottom of the filter outlet tube clipped back on the casting rib. Pay close attention to cable adjustment on reattaching and you should have it.

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