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Ford AOD Transmissions: Rebuilding and Modifying the AOD, AODE and 4R70W walks you through the rebuild process step-by-step, from removing the transmission from the vehicle, to complete disassembly and cleaning, to careful reassembly, to proper re-installation and road testing. This is a first-ever book covering the Ford overdrive transmission models.
Published: S-A Design on
ISBN: 9781613251843
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