Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Also it's worthless to do a shift kit to in unless your also doing a fluid change to mercon v and adding a transmission cooler and because it's a 94/95 transmission you'll also want to upgrade the transmission pan and filter to the 96/97 parts.
So a brief run down:
New 1-2 accumulator
New 2-3 accumulator
New Shift spring
Redrilled separator plate or new separator plate or refurbished, etc...
Upper and lower valve body gaskets
Other parts while your in there:
Main pressure regulator valve
Larger 3-4 shift servo and spring
96/97 transmission pan (or aftermarket)
New ford transmission pan gasket (if yours is original or aftermarket)
12-14 quarts of your brand choice of mercon v transmission fluid.
And of course labor
I'm also not 100% sure about the 94/95 stuff but iirc they benefit from the new valvebodies, but hopefully someone else will chime in with that information for you.
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