Ford 5R110W Archives - Transmission Digest
Dealing with the increasingly common pin-fit problem

I want to talk a little bit about a common diagnostic misstep or overlooked problem that is prevalent in the automotive repair industry and seems to be on the rise. Pin-fit or tension can deal us a fit sometimes (pun intended), especially if we do not have the proper tools to determine if this mode

Dealing with PCM fault codes on the Ford 5R110W

The complaint A 2005 Ford F350 with the 6.0 liter diesel engine and 5R110W transmission has set a P0753 “Pressure Control Solenoid A – Electrical Fault” code and a P2700 “Transmission Friction Element A – Apply Time Out Of Range” code. After a prolonged drive time, DTC P0752 “Pressure Control Solenoid A – Stuck On”

Raybestos introduces OE converter twin plate damper for Ford transmissions

Raybestos has introduced a new OE converter twin plate damper for Ford E4OD, 4R100 and 5R110W transmissions. According to the company, this new product (part number RT4116X) is a complete multi-plate OE assembly which works with non-seal ring style turbine hub PTO units. RT4116X should not be used with seal ring applications, Raybestos notes.

Sonnax introduces solenoid plastic end cap for Ford 5R110W transmissions

Sonnax highlights its solenoid plastic end cap #36940-30, sold in quantities of five for Ford 5R110W transmissions. This cap is utilized on the recently released Sonnax remanufactured 5R110W EPC solenoid #36940E-RRP.

Watch: Ford 5R110W pump issues and repair

In the latest video from the Transtar Garage Studio, Dave Hritsko, Transtar’s technical parts specialist, talks about the Ford 5R110W pump. This pump, Hritsko says, may have been surpassed by newer equipment, but there are still a lot of trucks out there with it. The pairing of this pump with the engine, Hritsko says in

Ford 5R110W (‘TorqShift’)

Preliminary Information The new Ford 5R110W, referred to by Ford Motor Co. as the “TorqShift” transmission, is a redesign of the 4R100 with some previous strategy applied. This unit was introduced in model year 2003 in the F-Series trucks and Excursions equipped with the new 6.0L diesel engine. The TorqShift is a five-speed, rear-wheel-drive unit