Thanks for responding,
Yes the j-mod was what I was talking about.
In the j-mod tech page, it says to replace the stock metal accumulator pistons with new parts (more rubber) from the the newer trannys.
I was wondering, since my tranny was bought brand new from Ford in 200-2001, I thought it may already have these new parts.
So, how do I find out if I need these parts. Part number plate, drop the pan and look, etc. Or does none of this matter and the j-mod needs to be done no matter what.
Also, if mine does not need the new parts, does it still need the plate drilled out.
I am a pretty good mechanic, but have been a CHEVY man for most of my life, so i'm just not up on how to, or who to call with Ford questions.
thanks for your help,
02 AL PI 4.6L, 02 GT MAF and air box, SCT tune by lonnie.
2.25" true duals, no cats, Borla XS mufflers.
96 trans with 300HP + gear change J-mod, Mark VIII TC, & Hayden 30K GVW cooler.
Solid Rubber engine and tranny mounts. Polly front-end, tranny crossmember, and IRS bushings.
3.73 TL, 93 Mark VIII DS. Tokico Blues all around.
PBR dual piston calipers in front, Rear Disc Brake Swap.
97 console. Cooper 225/60/16s.
14.874 @ 93.56
with 3.27 before 3.73 upgrade