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2002 Ford Mustang Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

2002 Ford Mustang Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

A 2002 Ford Mustang transmission 4 speed automatic features a wet clutch system that features 155 square inches of surface area. The timing of the shift is determined by a computer-controlled mechatronics system that reads a dozen factors, including vehicle and environmental conditions, to provide near-perfect shifting. This transmission was designed with the goal of providing the most precise driving experience possible, and the result is a car that drives like a dream.

The basic Mustang model features a 3.8L OHV V6 engine, and a five-speed manual transmission. The four-speed manual transmission was replaced by a 4-speed AODE automatic transmission. The 3.8L V6 engine produced 145 horsepower and 205 lb-ft of torque. The base model gained five horsepower with a 1996 powertrain control module, which replaced the EEC-V PCM.

The Mustang was manufactured from 1964 through 2004. The first major redesign of the Mustang occurred in 1994. The new design was code-named "SN-95" and featured styling by Bud Magaldi. The base model was the first to drop the notchback and hatchback bodystyles, while the fastback coupe was introduced for the 1995 model year. The engine now had six forward speeds and a single reverse speed.

The base 2002 Mustang featured the 3.8-liter Essex V6 engine and a choice of either a manual or automatic transmission. The Mustang was the first Mustang with a four-speed automatic transmission. It was replaced by the EEC-V PCM in 1997, adding five horsepower. The standard AODE manual transmission had a center distance of 81 mm, and a transmission shifter that was less than half a millimeter.

The 2002 Mustang was designed with the same basic specifications as the original, including a 3.8-liter OHV Essex V6 engine with a standard 5-speed manual transmission and an optional four-speed automatic. The original Ford Mustang was sold with a choice of three transmissions - a four-speed manual and an automatic. A manual transmission is more desirable for its ease of use and is not necessary.

The T5 was upgraded to a World-Class transmission in 1985. This newer unit featured needle bearings in the second and third gears to help maximize fuel efficiency. The T5 transmission was also equipped with a new 5th gear ratio that maximized fuel efficiency. The T5 lasted until 2003, and it was also updated to the World-Class unit. The AODE-V has a wider ring to improve torque and power transfer.

The 3.8-liter engine was the only manual transmission available in the 2002 Ford Mustang. The T5 engine also has a 6-speed automatic transmission and a four-speed manual transmission. The T5 has a heavily ribbed aluminum case and a 4.7-liter V8 engine. Its 3.9-liter counterpart has the same power output as the outgoing 3.8-liter V6. The T5 is the most common Ford Mustang transmission and is still the most popular option today.

2002 Ford Mustang Transmission 4 Speed Automatic