I did this on my 97 ranger. What Transmission Cooler does for your vehicle. I still need to get a connector for the reverse switch. Trust in the value of the parts you get from carpartsdiscount. There is no way to get a saw in. I had to chase the header mount threads on the heads.
I would be interested in seeing what was done to make them fit. Drilling the sensor holes and screw holes in the steel ring. In order to weld the inner part of the tubes I cut holes then patched them. It's a lot of work even if the body is off the frame. Here's the driver side header. I reshaped the oil cooler lines from the auto to fit the new locations on the manual. Trust in the value of the parts you get from carpartsdiscount.
There has been much interest in long tubes here but it seems no manufacturer list any available for the expys. I love having a manual tranny! It was very tricky starting the tap since there is no room. It is very difficult to cut out just one tube. Ensure horseshoe portion of clip is over coupling. There is no way to get a saw in. Unbolt power steering bracket, and position reservoir and bracket assembly aside. I needed to relocate the transmission cross member back about a foot.
I bent the return line in place, but had to remove the feed line and heat it to bend it without crimping. I cut the original mounts off. Install female fitting to male fitting and push until garter spring snaps over flared end of female fitting. Doing the layout for the hole. It is best to change both your coolant and oil when you complete your repair because mixing them can cause other performance problems and damage. I used the empty transmission housing to check the location.
This happened to me when the transmission oil was really low. The clutch slave cylinder location had a rubber plug in the firewall, and mounting holes for the reservoir. I would have expected the expy to be cake like the ranger, glad you did it first! This is a shot of both headers before I re-did the drivers side. I needed to relocate the transmission cross member back about a foot. You may need to replace your engine oil cooler if you notice oil and coolant leaks, oil in the cooling system, or coolant in your oil.
The peg for the master cylinder rod on the brake pedal was too high. On all models, remove upper intake manifold. I increased the bend on the crossover to give clearance under the fat 6-speed. Its a 1998 Ford Expedition. I think it used to be about. The front drive shaft is 1.
I just finished installing a 6-speed on my '03 Expedition former cop car. The bolts are almost impossible to get to, and all the threads in the heads needed to be chased. The hydraulic line I got for an F150 had the wrong lower end for the F250 6-speed. Before disconnecting fuel lines, disconnect negative battery cable. The fuel tank looks like it was made for the longer tranny.
The fuel lines needed to be moved because the 6-speed is taller and wider at the top. The hydraulic line I got for an F150 had the wrong lower end for the F250 6-speed. There were two wires that needed to be connected for the starter to work, and two others that run the reverse lights. It fit the mounts I had cut off. I still need to get a connector for the reverse switch. Meanwhile, the mainshaft came back. I did this on my 97 ranger.
They said turnaround would be a couple of days. I had ordered a pedal assembly for an '03 F250. Place mating marks on engine hood and other major assemblies before removal. The engine mount frame horns seem to be different, or maybe the block mounts place the engine lower. The transmission oil cooler on your Ford Expedition acts just like a radiator, but it dissipates the heat from your transmission fluid rather than your engine coolant. I am hoping I can just remove the radiator, fan, etc, and pull the motor out like most other cars.