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12-26-2003 09:10 AM
jimham1941 Yes, a stand alone controller will work. I want to change the AOD in my Van to a E4OD. The van now has a 5.0 (302) Which I may change to a 331 or replace with a 351 later. One thing at a time. The Transmission is giving trouble and is changing my plans.
12-25-2003 10:26 PM
HotRodDiesel That combo was used in Ford trucks quite abit. Not sure what you are doing but would a manual tranny computer and a stand alone tranny controller work?
12-25-2003 05:03 PM
Ford E4OD with 5.0 (302) engine

Does anyone know of a Ford model using the E4OD transmission with the 5.0 (302) engine? I am looking for a EEC-IV for that combination.

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