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Author: Subject: Looking at an automatic 2.0l mondeo as a doner to mate to a type 9 box
danro

posted on 13/1/19 at 10:54 PM Reply With Quote
Looking at an automatic 2.0l mondeo as a doner to mate to a type 9 box

Are there any issues bolting 2.0 black top zetec that originally had an auto transmission to a type 9 gearbox.
I would be getting the whole car so all the bolt on bits could follow too.
I was just wondering if this was viable or I should only look at the manual options.....

Cheers chaps

[Edited on 13/1/19 by danro]

[Edited on 13/1/19 by danro]

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loggyboy

posted on 13/1/19 at 11:39 PM Reply With Quote
Engines are identical. And things like flywheel and starter that may be different on an auto get changed anyway even when using a manual donor.






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big_wasa

posted on 14/1/19 at 08:08 AM Reply With Quote
Crank position housing needs changing for a manual. Other than that your good to go.
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theconrodkid

posted on 14/1/19 at 08:42 AM Reply With Quote
dont forget the spigot bearing





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40inches

posted on 14/1/19 at 11:17 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by theconrodkid
dont forget the spigot bearing

Isn't that in the flywheel?

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big_wasa

posted on 14/1/19 at 11:31 AM Reply With Quote
Zetec spigot goes in the crank. It's drilled ready.

For some strange reason the St170 comes with one ready fitted but it isn't used in the Focus.

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