302 transmission question

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Asked by Jun 12, 2011 at 06:43 PM about the 2001 Ford Mustang Base

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 2001 base v6 mustang and am working on putting a carburated 302 (out of an 87 mustang) in it. The transmission in it now is an aod-e and i need to know if i need to go get the trans out of an 87 to make it work. Any suggestions appreciated!

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yes you will also have to take electric fuel pumo out of gas tank and get a non electric fuel sending unit.

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thnx i knew about the feul pump part. would you happens to know the trans that was in the 87?

no not sure,but sense you going to a V8 you may wont to get one out of a 87 just to be sure.

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would i need the driveshaft to match also?

yes.

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the aode comes in the 94-95 mustang with a windsor bell housing patter but it is an electric over drive trans your better off doing a c4 3 spd auto or an aod non electric out of a fox body mustang.

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Thank you just one more question about the swap. Am i correct in the thinkin that i could get a cross member out of a fox and use it? I believe the chassis is similar

YES you can make it work.

the driveshaft in the v6 is the same as the fox v8

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