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Old 12-03-2009, 11:36 AM   #1
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I'm having trouble finding out which the right is for my truck. It's a 92, 4.9 2WD. Any suggestions or further questions will be greatly appreciated!
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Need to find what trans you have, look at the pan and match to pictures of gaskets for the pan, that will determine the trans and torque converter you need.
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it's a 20 bolt configuration,.....just got at it now,..too much snow,...any ideas?
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thats the E4OD....
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thats the E4OD....
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