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Will a 2001 E4OD transmission fit my 96 F150

I have a '96 F150 XLT 4x4 5.4L with a shot E4OD tranny and want to know if I can bolt up an E4OD from a 2001 F250 4x4, also a 5.4L. Are the bolt patterns the same? Will the electronics work?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    yes it will bolt in but the wiring harness will not connect.

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Hi yes the bolt pattern is the same but thr ****** its self is a loot biger and u need cpu to controll thr unit so no that wont work for u replac unit with the same 1

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I would say that physically the transmission may fit due to the engine sizes being the same, but the 96 F150 is a E4OD transmission and the 01 is a 4R70W transmission, they do not work the same electrically.

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