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1993 Ford Thunderbird transmission

Can you tell me what transmission is in a 1993 Thunderbird V-6 and the differential as well?

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The transmission is an AOD, the rear differential is either a 7.5" or an 8.8" look at the tag on the rear it should have either 7.5 or 8.8 on it.

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