The AXOD-E transmission is 4 speed automatic trans-axle made by Ford. Keep an eye out for electrical problems. Ford AXOD Transmissions Torque Converters. Make/Model: – FORD TAURUS L – MERCURY SABLE L. Transmission. Sonnax Torque Converter parts for Ford AXOD, AXODE applications.
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The AXOD transaxle has 17 bolts to retain its fluid pan. The electronic shifting and torque converter controls were integrated with the Taurus’s electronic control module for smoother shifts. In addition to the name change, improvements in the lubrication of the gearset and capacity upgrades were made.
A centrifugal piston assembly was implemented in the intermediate clutch position to improve 1st—2nd foord 2nd—1st shift quality and an increase in the clutch’s durability was made on some models. High energy friction materials were also introduced. The data plate code for this transmission is “L.
OEM Ford AXOD Ax4s Direct Intermediate Clutch Housing Drum
Although similar in design and dimensions, it is a different transaxle than previous AXOD transmissions. The AX4N has 19 bolts to retain the cord pan.
It also appears in some — Vulcan -powered models. It became standard with both engines in It was renamed the 4F50N in The data plate code is “X.
These were mostly remedied by These transaxles require fluid and filter changes every 30, miles to maximize service life. Intermediate clutch failures resulting in poor 1—2 shifts or slipping are common on all AX for members. This can become quite violent.
Ford AXOD Transmissions
Reasons for this part’s failure: Piston stuck, or seals or springs damaged or missing. Correction for this problem: Check these parts for damage.
Replace as required located inside the transaxle, recommended that a transmission shop do the repair, but a full rebuild of the transaxle is NOT required. In general, however, difficulty shifting from neutral to overdrive, OD to N, N to R, and R to N is most likely caused by a stretched shifter cable. If the vehicle is allowed to “roll back” onto the pawl with heavy force such as when parking on a steep inclinethe pawl may break off or seize the gears so that either the vehicle rolls away, or when the owner starts the vehicle and attempts to put the vehicle in gear, they are unable to move the shift lever fore Park.
This creates a compound issue fod which the shifter linkage or cable can break due to excess force. The vehicle’s owner guide states the appropriate procedure is to engage the parking brake before shifting to Park, rather than relying on the pawl, as the pawl is a last line of defense to prevent the vehicle from moving unintentionally. If the parking pawl breaks off or bends, serious transaxle damage can occur.
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