Do the 2000+ Tauruses have only the ax4n transmissions or are there some with the ax4s transmissions. how could you tell the difference? just looking at the side of it?
OMG!Originally posted by BMWevo600@Feb 3 2004, 10:47 PM
or u can look at ytour owners manuel and match it up with the eingne u have in the back of the book and that will tell u about the tranny
The AX4N's main cover reads "AX4N METRIC." Just crawl under and take a peak. You can put a towel down if you're affraid of getting dirty.The AX4S automatic transaxle was formerly designated AXOD. To avoid unnecessary re-tooling and to make sure of correct identification, the AX4S will retain its original AXOD METRIC main control cover.
The AX4S has two planetary gearsets and a combination planetary/differential gearset. Four multiple-plate clutches, two band assemblies and two overrunning clutches act together for correct operation of the planetary gearsets.[/b]
Post fixed. My bad. Calculus test tomorrow and I'm trying to do calc and the TCCA at the sametime. Blasted TCCA, keeping me from my homework, I shake my fist at thee!the AX4N has a final drive of 3.99 and the AX4S has a final drive of *I think* 3.67[/b]