All of these choices would be acceptable. F-150 1988-Up M5R2 Mazda built 5 speed fully synchronized transmission found in 1988 to present Ford F150 series trucks and full size Broncos. All that may be left is to trim the carpet. Very similar in design to M5R1, but larger with shift lever located in center of shift cover. Synchronized in 2nd,3rd, and 4th, with 1st and reverse non-synchronized. The 80w90 gear oil would also cause an oil starvation condition as it is too thick to properly go through the front oil passages. Truck Years Type Description F-100 1956-1973 Borg Warner T-18 Top loaded heavy-duty 4-speed transmission with cast iron case and shift cover.
I bought this truck at 140,000 miles from an older lady, so I image the transmission fluid needs to be changed. This causes the tranny cross member to be moved 2. Easily confused with T18, but the T19 is synchronized in all forward speeds. I think that might be it. . That doesn't sound good if those have the effect of teaching the computer to make changes to the operation of the engine. Aluminum case, extension housing, and shift cover, with integral bell housing.
Just rounding up the parts. Used in 1978-84 Ford light duty pickups and vans. You can either cut it to fit the new shifter or you can remove the front seats and pull the carpet back to get to the 4 8mm bolts that hold it on and swap in the one from your donor. Some older trannys used a 50 weight oil and others used the 80W90 gear lube. Case casting number is 1309. We've also heard that the flywheel needs to be out of a 4. Mine is the same as the same as the stock 95 5.
Synchronized in all forward gears, with top loaded cast iron case. A unique feature of this unit is an internal oil pump driven off the front of the countershaft that circulates the lube to a trans cooler. The Super duty model has a mechanical park brake assembly mounted to the extension housing. If replacing a manual, the manual starter won't work. This unit was produced for cars also but with lighter duty bearings and gear train. Great care should be taken to properly identify the unit you are working on as both the S542 and S547 appear to be the same and with the great variety of ratios available, it is easy to order the wrong parts.
I swapped my 4L60e for a T56, yours would be similar with the 5 speed. On the Mitsubishi's there is no t-case adapter as it is built into the tranny. This may be a two person job because one person needs to lean on the ratchet to put tension on the bolt which actually pushes the pulley in and if memory serves should be pushed in a counterclockwise direction and the other person just slips the belt over the pulley. Produced in 2 and 4 wheel drive versions. Flywheel, clutch set, make sure you install the pilot bearing, transmission, transfer case, I can't remember if the drive shafts work. You have to use a socket that fits the bolt that looks like it holds the pulley on the bracket and its best to use a longer handled ratchet. Other than that, the others line up perfectly.
This unit is used in Ford F250, F30, F450, and Super duty trucks from 1987-94. An easy way to identify this unit is by the cooling lines mounted to the case as found in automatic transmissions. Yes, this is a professional opinion. Simply match them with the remaining wires on the C5 switch. To put a C-4 behind a 2.
Great care should be taken to properly identify the unit you are working on as both the S542 and S547 appear to be the same and with the great variety of ratios available, it is easy to order the wrong parts. Its easier than it sounds. There is also a passenger car version of this unit with lighter duty bearings and gear ratios. The T19 has a single step reverse idler gear while the T18 has a 2 step reverse idler. Synchronized in all forward speeds with 4th being overdrive. Though this will limit you to only 3 speeds and no overdrive.
The C4 automatic transmission torque converter will work on a 4. Not sure what mods I'll end up with but, the plan is to use a low-end torque cam and that's it. Has an aluminum case with shifter turret mounted on extension housing. The S542 is found behind 300, 302, 351, 460, and diesel power plants. The only modification that will need to be done is to the floor plate. My '90 F250 parts truck with a 5.