My 1993 LX 2.3 Transmission is an A4LD. I need to replace it with an AODE or 4R70W - Ford Mustang Forum

 
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My 1993 LX 2.3 Transmission is an A4LD. I need to replace it with an AODE or 4R70W

I have a TransGo reprogram kit for the AODE/4R70W-HD
Reguarding the swap, is this a simple enough upgrade?
I greatly appresiate any links or refrences directing me to any info on what all is needed, hopfully in the the form of a parts list and whatever alterations might be nessary.

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Talk to mfg. Unsure if will fit the A4ld. Also that transmission will not take a lot of abuse or hard driving. A Heavy Duty can be built using alot of differant more modern trans parts. But that involves a rebuilt and lot of money. Maurice


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where is the thumbs down button for 93 stang trans options

Thanks for responding
Seems I'll need the phone numbers for the engineer and his penny pinching superiors responsable for creating the dead end on my road to building myself a better mustang.
What ever happened to interchange ability and modular design.

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Of course could go c-4 and if got plenty of money put a gear vendors overdrive on it. I got the c-4 behind my 2.3 turbo. I can't afford the overdrive. Maurice

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I'll probably go the C 4 route. I'm hoping you can find some time to share some of your experience / knowledge when I get closer to doing that.
I'll need to sell the reprogram kit for the AOD- E and acquire a c4.
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