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FORD 5R110W TorqShift

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE GROUP
Technical Service Information
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Figure 116
INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH EXPLODED VIEW
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38
42
41
46A
46B
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47
2003-2004 Models
24 Tooth
2005-Up Models
96 Tooth
37 CENTER SUPPORT RETAINING SNAP RING
38 COMPLETE CENTER SUPPORT ASSEMBLY
41 DIRECT CLUTCH TEFLON® SEALING RINGS (2 REQUIRED)
42 NUMBER 6 THRUST WASHER
46A 2003-2004 INTERMEDIATE FRICTION PLATES (24 TOOTH)
46B 2005-UP INTERMEDIATE FRICTION PLATES (96 TOOTH)
47 INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH STEEL PLATES (ALL MODELS)
48 INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH BACKING PLATE (ALL MODELS)
INTERMEDIATE CLUTCH PLATES
1. Inspect intermediate clutch plates and ensure
that you have the proper plates in your kit.
Note: Beginning at start of production for
2005 models, the tooth count on the friction
plates changed from 24 to 96, as shown in
Figure 116. This also changes the direct
clutch housing, which we will show later.
Note: Beginning at start of production for
2005 models, the tooth count on the friction
plates changed from 24 to 96, as shown
here. This also changes the direct clutch
housing, which is shown on Page 82.
2. Set the "Proper" intermediate clutch friction
plates, steel plates and backing plate aside for
the final assembly process.
Component Rebuild
Continued on Page 75

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