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4r70w seperator plate interchangeability

burned up my 94 4r70w with a j-modded seperator plate. can i clean that plate up and stick it in my rebuilt 2000 mustang 4r70w? thanks, Dave
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Depends on if you want the 2000 Mustang transmission to keep working or not.

Will it fit? Pretty much. The locator pin holes are too big, but that wouldn't stop anyone from bolting it on.

Will it "work"? Well... Hard to say.

What will it do even if it does "work"? That's easy. With the other changes that were made in the valve body and the transmission, the life of the transmission will be not much.

Just mod the plate in the Mustang transmission. That will definitely do the job.

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ok, that's what i figured, are there instructions for modifying that plate in jerry's thesis or am i going to have to look elsewhere? thanks, Dave
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its all there. You will find that most of the holes are are close the size you want to drill it.




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i just want to double check but all i have to do is follow the directions for the 96 and newer transmissions correct?
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You better have some time to invest if you want the 94 plate to be up to par. I don't think I would even try.
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i'm using the plate out of the 2000 in the 2000 valve body.
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