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Ford AOD, AODE, 4R70, 4R70E, 4R70W, 4R75E, 4R75W Deep Transmission Pans
PML Part Number 9685-1 For AOD
For AOD (9685-1):
For AODE, 4R70, 4R75 (9685-2):
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For AOD (9685-1):
For AODE, 4R70, 4R75 (9685-2):
Volume: 2.5 qts. over stock for AOD transmissions and 2.0 qts. over stock for AODE and 4R70, 4R75 transmissions.
Dimensions: Click here for dimensions.
Number of Bolts: 14
PML designed this transmission pan for 1981 to 2014 2WD & 4WD Ford trucks and SUVs with automatic overdrive 4 speed transmissions. This pan features extra capacity, cooling fins and strong cast aluminum construction.
The first version of this transmission (the AOD) have one bolt hole in a slightly different location than the 1992/93 and later versions (AODE, 4R70, 4R70W, 4R70E, 4R75E, 4R75W). Be sure to select the correct one when you order.
For more information on differences between these 4 speed Ford transmissions, click here.
Cars, such as Mustang and Thunderbird and Lincoln Mark VII, may need PML's stock capacity pan because many cars do enough ground clearance for a deep pan.
Lincoln Town Cars and limos based on the Town Car have installed this pan. Work vehicles like limousines appreciate the easier maintenance and extra capacity for cooling to extend the transmission life.
Trucks and SUVs, such as F150, Expedition, and Mountaineer, offer more clearance and can benefit from the extra fluid to aid in reducing fluid temperatures.
1992 to 1993 F150 trucks generally have the AOD transmission.
1994 to 2010 F150 trucks, Expeditions and Explorers with the Ford 4 speed transmission generally have an AODE, 4R70, 4R75 transmission.
There are many configurations so please check your vehicle to verify transmission and clearance.
Installation Note: On some vehicles, the transmission cross member and mount must be temporarily removed so that you can drop the stock pan and install the PML pan. After installing the PML pan, be sure to reassemble. Thanks to Rick who provided this tip after installing this pan on his 2002 F–150 with the 4R70W transmission.
Shift Lever Note: A customer with a 1967 Ford F-250 TCI AODE transmission noticed that thickness of the PML pan did not allow the shift lever full range of motion. He took the lip back about a 1/4 inch across a 1.5 inch line to get full range of the shift lever.
Filter and Gasket
PML recommends an aftermarket gasket (rubber, cork or similar) designed to work with the stock pan.
Filter requirements for these Ford transmission pans:
Deep filters have metal pick-up tube.
Information for reference only. Installer should verify appropriate transmission and filter and fitment based on the individual vehicle.
Inside of Pan
Image shows the inside of the PML pan.
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The three round posts in the bottom of the pan are supports for the filter. These are cast into the pan. PML designed this pan with the filter supports to hold the the 4WD filter in place.
PML Transmission Pan Compared to Stock
These images show this PML transmission pan compared to the stock pan.
Our thanks to those customers who have emailed us pictures of their installations.
2005 Ford Crown Victoria
Leland installed this PML transmission pan on his 2005 Crown Vic Police Interceptor with a 4.6L V8. He had PML drill and tap the hole for the temperature sending unit. We were happy to hear that Leland found that "everything is top notch".
2005 Crown Vic
Stock transmission oil pan, 2005 Crown Vic
PML 4R70 transmission pan installed on a 2005 Crown Vic Police Interceptor
PML transmission pan drain and customer installed temperature sending unit
2002 F150 (4R70 Transmission)
Kazuya installed this PML transmission pan, part number 9685-2, on his 2002 F150 truck (in Tokyo, Japan!). Kazuya's truck has a 4R70 transmission, so he ordered PML part number 9685-2.
PML transmission pan installation on a 2002 F150
PML 4R70 transmission pan installed on a 2002 F150
1970 Bronco (AOD Transmission)
Eric installed this PML pan, part number 9685-1, on his 1970 Ford Bronco with a Boss 302 engine stroked to 363, Z aluminum heads, with 500HP, and a Stage 5 AOD Transmission.
1970 Bronco on the trail
Boss 302 engine stroked to 363 with 500HP in a 1970 Bronco
PML transmission pan installed on 1970 Bronco, drain plug and temperature sending unit shown in this picture
4R70 Transmissions with PML Pans
Mike's Trick Shift in Weatherford, Texas, uses both PML deep and stock capacity pans on the 4R70 transmissions they build
PML Transmission Pan Features
All PML transmission pans ship with new mounting bolts and a magnetic drain plug.
If you would like PML to machine your pan for a temperature sending unit, there is an additional charge of $45 .
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