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Old 01-31-2014, 06:49 PM   #1
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I have a 1990 Mustang LX Convertibile 5.0 Auto. I need to replace or rebuild the transmission. How do I find out what model this transmission is?
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Old 02-02-2014, 03:23 PM   #2
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I have a 1990 Mustang LX Convertibile 5.0 Auto. I need to replace or rebuild the transmission. How do I find out what model this transmission is?
They came with an AODE transmission.
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Your Mustang has a AOD, 94-95 Mustangs had the AODE.
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AOD, look up Monster Transmission.
I just ordered an AOD also.
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aod = doa............ no matter what
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I know, but Monster backs it with a 3 year warranty. (no matter what)
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Old 02-09-2014, 02:06 PM   #7
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I know, but Monster backs it with a 3 year warranty. (no matter what)
No they dont. Friend of mine got one of there trans lasted around 3 months some thing went bad he called them up and they told him to pound sand cuz he did not use there converter. it has been redone local and works fine still with the converter he had in it when Monster denied him.
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aod = doa............ no matter what
Come on Mike a AOD build by the right hands is a good trans. the 4r70w is better by far but most of the well built AODs run the 4r70w internals anyway.
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I know, but Monster backs it with a 3 year warranty. (no matter what)
lol.....you think so.........uedlose has it spot on
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Come on Mike a AOD build by the right hands is a good trans. the 4r70w is better by far but most of the well built AODs run the 4r70w internals anyway.
Johnny, what's up!!!! Speakin' of AOD'S...When this weather clears up I got to deliver you one
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