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Diagnostic tips for the Ford 6F35

We have all experienced repairs that seem to “go down the rabbit hole,” as we call it. Our subject today is one such issue: a Ford 6F35 transmission with codes P073D or P177F after repair and a complaint of trying to go into Reverse while in Neutral, or a bind in Forward when cold. This

Park Wiggle Movement (En Español)

La transmisión 6F35 utiliza un sensor interno de rango de transmisión digital (TR) (figura 1) para proporcionar un ciclo de trabajo de frecuencia fija al módulo de control de la transmisión (TCM) para cinco posiciones diferentes de la palanca de control manual. ellos siendo; Estacionar, reversa, neutral, conducir y baja. El TCM usa esta entrada

Shift Pointers: Park Wiggle Movement

The Ford 6F35 transmission uses an internal Digital Transmission Range (TR) sensor (Figure 1, above) to provide a fixed frequency duty cycle to the Transmission Control Module (TCM) for five different manual control lever positions. They are Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive and Low. The TCM uses this input to influence line pressure control, shift scheduling

GFX announces new pump for Ford 6F35E

GFX has announced a new pump for the Ford 6F35E transmissions. The pump is for generation 2 models and has a snap ring on seal. According to the company, this pump is designed to replace OEM part no. RF9L8P-7A105CB for years 2013 and on.

Rostra offers variable bleed solenoids for second generation Ford 6F35

Rostra announced that it offers 10 NH/NL variable bleed solenoids for bands 1–5 for the Ford 6F35 transmission (second generation). Touting an improved design, Rostra says that these solenoids can achieve improved sensitivity, reduced hysteresis over the OE design and highly accurate pressure control in the 6F35.

Ford 6F35 harsh forward re-engagement after stop/start

The complaint A 2014 to 2016 Ford Escape equipped with the 6F35 transmission built on or before Feb. 26, 2016, may have a complaint of a harsh forward or reverse engagement after an active stop/start event. The Malfunction Indicator Lamp may be illuminated and diagnostic trouble code P0C27 “Auxiliary Transmission Fluid Pump Motor Current Low”

How the Ford engine stop/start system affects transmissions

2018 and later Ford Escape vehicles equipped with a 1.5 L Eco-Boost, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine or the 2L VCTi engines, and the 6F35 transmission, have an engine stop/start system. The stop/start feature can be disabled by the driver and will remain disabled after each key cycle until reactivated by the driver. Some Ford Fusion and

Sonnax adds new clutch regulator valve kit for Ford 6F35

Sonnax has introduced a new oversized low reverse/overdrive (4-5-6) clutch regulator valve kit (part no. 144740-43K) for Ford 6F35 transmissions, generations 1 and 2. Sonnax says that users can restore the correct valve/bore clearances and clutch control in these transmissions by reconditioning the bore and installing this kit. This kit includes a new spring that

Sonnax adds new stator support bushing for Ford 6F35

Sonnax has released a new stator support bushing (part no. 144036B) for Ford 6F35 transmissions, generations 1 and 2. Sonnax says that users can eliminate spinning and premature deterioration and restore critical clearances in these transmissions by machining the bore and installing this bushing.

TransTec updates 6F35 Gen 1 overhaul kits

TransTec announced that its Ford 6F35 Gen 1 overhaul kits have been updated to include a new Duraprene gasket and aluminum spacer (pictured above). This new gasket and spacer are used in place of the silicone sealant the OEM uses.

Comparing the pumps on Ford 6F35 generation 1 and 2

The change For the 2013 model year, the Ford 6F35 transmission received a high-volume pump which increased the intake channel in the stator shaft support from 0.432” to 0.520”. The pump body intake channel was also increased to the same matching dimensions. The reason Higher pump volume was required to accommodate the 1.5-, 1.6- and

6F35: A classic bolt intrusion

I remember the first time I took a phone call from a shop that had a GM 4L60-E with a complaint that it felt like it was bound up in both reverse and drive. I you got into the throttle a bit, it would move but with a terrible noise. After the Park Pawl was