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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-29-2015, 02:48 AM Thread Starter
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2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

Hey guys. My master clutch cylinder started leaking right below the reservoir and trying to replace the old one but having problems finding out what is what. The new master had roll pins in it but the one I'm taking out has like a push style with a clip to lock in on both sides (line going from the reservoir and the connection to the slave). Any idea what I'm dealing with and what I need to get. Thanks
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-29-2015, 04:17 AM
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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

I don't know the answer but I do know if you have a VIN and order from Sunrise Ford fontana ( not hollywood) you will get OEM quality 20-40% off and guaranteed fitment plus free ship on most stuff

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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

also not sure where you came up with that transmission # thats a dodge part ?? this isn't a cummins swap is it ? ?

it should be a ZF S6-650 AKA ZF6

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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

Yeah it's a dodge 6 speed manual. That's where I'm having trouble at. It goes from ford master clutch cylinder to dodge slave.
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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

ahhh but your still after the ford master cylinder correct ? that pic is small but looks like a slave cyl ??

i might be looking for a part # on the cylinder it seems like it would still be the O5 zf6 master unless it was originally an auto ??

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Yeah its the dodge side slave. Was hoping it would have roll pins because that's what guys were saying that's all they had to do is swap it out with the ford side
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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

Ill ask the question. Why a G56?

From what I've read & heard they aren't that Strong & most ppl agree a ZF shifts better anyway

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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

Haven't had any problems with it. Making good power and holds it all. Floating and power shifting at wot doesn't miss a beat.
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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

How did it get the g56

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Re: 2005 ford with 2006 G56 trans question

Guy who built it put it in. He doesn't remember how he pieced it together
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