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Will a ford c6 tranny bolt on to a 1995 ford 5.0l or 5.8l motor?

I have 1989 ford bronco with a 5.0l in it and my friend has a 1995 5.8l and i have a c6 trans will it fit either?

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  • travisparr Feb 16, 2009

    thanks its nice to know i wont have to buy a new tranny.

  • travisparr Feb 16, 2009

    if we find another c6 can we swap houings with the 5.8l

  • travisparr Feb 16, 2009

    thanks

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From 1990-1996 The C6 was replaced by the E4OD which was modified to include a fourth forward speed and electronic shift controls, replacing the hydraulic control mechanism of the C6.

The C6 works fine in your bronco.. Your friend will need a different transfer case!. i dont have the manual but this is my best guess. FOrd likes to make cars that have interchangeable parts. Like a 1999focus can interchange with 2007. as long as the liter and engine size are the same. In some cases. you will have to use different transfercase.

So you might be better off with a c6 transfer case or c4 for your friend.

Hope this helps

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  • NeedRprHlp Feb 16, 2009

    That always saves money. but if you need cheap and used parts, i usually get my stuff on this site

    www.car-parts.com and it asks your year make and model and part your looking for and your zip code. than it finds closest places in your area of parts for your needs or car, and the prices and conditions.



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  • NeedRprHlp Feb 16, 2009

    Im pretty sure as long as its not under 90 model. Dont quote me on that, but im pretty sure! Those engines are interchangeable, the inside compartment space hasnt changed much so you should be good.

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