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Old October 29th, 2011, 10:21 PM   #1
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What all is needed to install a AOD transmission in to a 1966 Mustang


I got a AOD out of a 1988 LTD stationwagon I also got the engine I am not sure if its a 5.0L or the 5.8L can anyone help.
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Old October 29th, 2011, 11:59 PM   #2
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you will need the shifter and the linkages. I would grab the neutral safety switch wiring plug & drive shaft.
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It will take a special set of headers as well. AODs are wide.
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What aboutg a cross member and trans mission mount, will I need to replace either from my cars factory equiped. It was a 3 speed manual.
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I think you do, and a driveshaft too.
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What needs to be dome with the driveshaft, and is there a factory crossmember that can be used or do I have to go aftermarket? Thanks for all the help.
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You will need a crossmember, You need the drive shaft for the front yoke.

Take note of how the trowel linkage interacts with the AOD linkage.
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