Re: Will Van Trans Work.
If the truck is a superduty(f-450) that would mean that the e-brake is on the tailshaft of the transmission. If the van transmission is the same then you are good to go. The superduty transmission is really nothing more than the 4x4
transmission with the e-brake assembly in place of the adapter for a transfer case. If the van is earlier than a 99 then it will be the e40d which would be the correct model type with the vss
in the rear differential versus the 4r100
with the additional speed sensor in the transmission.
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