Ford F-250 Transmission
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Find Used Ford F-250 Transmissions
The Ford F-250 is part of Ford’s top-selling truck F-Series. The first F-250s were a reclassification of the original F-2 and F-3 in the 1950s. By 1999, the heavy duty F-250 was upgraded to join the F-350 as the F-Series Super Duty model line.
Ford F-250s have used automatic and manual transmissions available in a range of speeds over the decades. Since the advent of the Super Duty model line, F-250s, the options have remained varied with several configurations of the 5-speed manual, 4×4 style, 4- and 5-speed automatic and other transmission styles.
Ford makes many of its own transmissions, but some F-250 variants use ZF Friedrichshafen AG and TREMEC transmissions.
ASAP Motors has a used transmission locator tool that allows sellers nationwide to compete for your business. Just submit a request using our free locator tool and our used transmission dealers contact you directly with pricing and information about the used Ford F250 transmission available for your truck.
Used Ford F-250 Transmissions Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much will a used Ford F-250 transmission cost?
A: The exact cost of your used Ford F-250 transmission will depend on the specific year and edition of the truck, as well as the history of the used piece itself. In general, our clients spend in the range of $200 to $800 for used F-250 transmissions.
Q: How can I tell if a transmission is going bad?
A: Watch for things like difficult shifting between gears, the vehicle slipping in and out of gear for no reason, a whining or humming sound, leaking fluid, jarring sensations with shifting and delays in getting from one gear to the next.
Q: Is the Tow/Haul light related to the Ford F-250 transmission?
A: If the Tow/Haul light is flashing, it may indicate a problem with the 5R110W transmission in certain Ford F-250s. While the issue could be as minor as a failed temperature sensor, it could also be more serious, such as a valve body cracked in half.
Q: Have there been Ford F-250 transmission-related recalls?
A: The 2008 Ford F-250 with powerstroke diesel was recalled due to excessively high temperatures in the diesel particulate filter and the resulting hydrocarbons in the exhaust. Ultimately, the problems for the transmission could include power loss and rough operation.
Q: What are some common Ford F-25o transmission problems?
A: While the Super Duty transmissions are generally great at handling the powerful and diesel engines, they’ve encountered a few issues, such as those below:
- Faulty shift solenoids can mean delayed shifting, or no shifting at all.
- A failed forward clutch drum might inhibit forward gears or cause severe slipping.
- A reverse planetary assembly can mean slipping or harsh/delayed gear engagement.
- A failed transmission pump can cause delayed engagement or smalling into gear.
Q: Will my used Ford F-250 transmission come with a warranty?
A: Because ASAP Motors does not sell Ford F-250 transmissions directly, we cannot guarantee warranties. However, many of the used auto parts brokers in our network do offer them. Be sure to discuss warranties with sellers as you shop, and secure the proper paperwork for any warranty you purchase.
Q: How quickly can I get my used Ford F-250 transmission?
A: ASAP Motors is pleased to offer “front of the line” service to customers who need to get back on the road fast. You can ensure a dealer will find a part within 24 hours with our “I need it now!” package. Otherwise, try the 48 hour package if you are serious about buying but can wait a bit longer.
Q: Who makes Ford F-250 transmissions?
A: Ford makes many of the transmissions for all of its vehicles in its plants. However, the Ford F-250 has also included transmissions made by the German company ZF Friedrichshafen AG and the North American company TREMEC.