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Author: Subject: Diff Codes ( Ford Sierra Diff codes, Differential Codes, Diff Numbers, Sierra Diff )
worX

posted on 15/3/08 at 08:53 PM Reply With Quote
Diff Codes ( Ford Sierra Diff codes, Differential Codes, Diff Numbers, Sierra Diff )

Ford axle codes
A=3.36 B=3.77 D=3.92 F=3.842 J=4.056 K=3.31 M=3.14 N=4.29 P=3.58 J=3.62 V=3.33 Z=3.59 2=4.27 3=3.62 4=3.82 5=3.26 6=3.12 8=3.56

3,14 CW47-Pin15
3,38 CW44-Pin13
3,62 CW47-Pin13
3,92 CW51-Pin13
3,77 CW49-Pin13 6.5 inch diff

3,38 fitted to 1,6 OHC ECO 5 speed
3,38 fitted to 2,0 OHC HC
3,38 fitted to 2.3 v6 ESTATE
3,14 fitted to 1,6 OHC ECO 4 speed
3,14 fitted to 2.3 v6 SALOON
3.14 fitted to 2.3 Diesel

85GG 4006 DC --- 3.97
85GG 4006 BC --- 3.62
85GG 4006 AC --- 3.38
85GG 4006 FB --- 3.36
87BG 4006 GB --- 3.14

86GG 4006 AAA --- 3.92 LSD
V87BB 4006 BAA --- 3.62 LSD
V87BG 4006 CAA --- 3.38 LSD
85GG 4006 AAA --- 3.36 LSD

Vin plate codes for Diff ratio

Ratio Code
3.14 M
3.36 A
3.38 V
3.62 U
3.64 3
3.92 D

FOZZIE/CHRIS - CAN THIS BE MADE INTO A STICKY AS IT COMES UP QUITE OFTEN AND I THINK IT WOULD BENEFIT QUITE A FEW PEOPLE...

Cheers,
Steve

[Edited on 15/3/08 by worX]






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bob

posted on 15/3/08 at 08:59 PM Reply With Quote
Info like this should really be a sticky at the top of the running gear section.

can chris or fozzie make that happen as it would save people a lot of time sifting through the site.

nice work steve






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worX

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:03 PM Reply With Quote
Sorry - I put it in here, as I thought it was more applicable in the tranmission section!

Could it also be moved and then become a sticky pretty please...

Steve






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bob

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:04 PM Reply With Quote
hells teeth that was quick








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bob

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:07 PM Reply With Quote
steve

I think your right, its probably either or, we should really have more info like this stuck at the top, seems a lot of other forums do it and saves the searching.






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Fozzie

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:08 PM Reply With Quote
Excellent work Steve...

I've 'stickied' it

Fozzie





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worX

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:09 PM Reply With Quote
Gracias
quote:
Originally posted by Fozzie
Excellent work Steve...

I've 'stickied' it

Fozzie







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big_wasa

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:14 PM Reply With Quote
Nice one but it conflicts with what I asked last week.

Link

That means Ive left a 3.38 sat in the scrapie

Thats a bit like leaving pound notes there

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paulmw

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:17 PM Reply With Quote
Fluent in Spanish and good looking. Does this boys talents never cease
quote:
Originally posted by worX
Gracias
quote:
Originally posted by Fozzie
Excellent work Steve...

I've 'stickied' it

Fozzie


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Hellfire

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:21 PM Reply With Quote
Steve, the VIN plate ratio codes are incorrect. The 3.62 is U

Phil






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worX

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:25 PM Reply With Quote
My post was mainly to get it up there as a "sticky" and I just copied the info from Fesycresy post last week, so if someone (a damn sight more!) knowledgeable than me can clarify the details please I will amend the opening post to reflect the correct ratios and codes...
Steve
This is Previous post:
U is a 3.62:1

code list below will help

M=3.14 (7" or 7.5"
A=3.36 (7.5"
V=3.38 (7"
U=3.62 (7"
3=3.64 (7.5"
9=3.91 (7.5"
D=3.92 (7"

quote:
Originally posted by big_wasa
Nice one but it conflicts with what I asked last week.

Link

That means Ive left a 3.38 sat in the scrapie

Thats a bit like leaving pound notes there







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worX

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:27 PM Reply With Quote
Cheers Phil.
I've edited it to suit...
Is the 3.64 3 Ratio correct or should it be a B?
quote:
Originally posted by Hellfire
Steve, the VIN plate ratio codes are incorrect. The 3.62 is U

Phil


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big_wasa

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:34 PM Reply With Quote
Thats all good then
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worX

posted on 15/3/08 at 09:35 PM Reply With Quote
Hope So!

But if not I'll keep checking back to see if anyone else has a more accurate opinion!

Steve






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TimC

posted on 15/3/08 at 10:24 PM Reply With Quote
Low ratios in the 1.6 eh? Guess what I'm checking tomorrow - c'mon baby, be low.....






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TimC

posted on 16/3/08 at 01:07 PM Reply With Quote
Bugger!
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Dannysc698

posted on 28/3/08 at 10:24 AM Reply With Quote
hi does anyone have a sierra diff ratio 3,92 CW51-Pin13 any help appreciated
07717882313 or email me on dandanracing@hotmail.com as i wont come on here often

cheers
danny

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tks

posted on 4/5/08 at 01:19 PM Reply With Quote
3.92 LSD = fitted to the XR4x4i 2.0 Sierra





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bjohnson

posted on 25/10/08 at 08:30 PM Reply With Quote
Great info thanks.
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WIMMERA

posted on 16/11/08 at 06:40 AM Reply With Quote
I have been offered a Sierra diff and driveshafts, the vendor tells me the tag on the diff reads
83 BG 4006 AC
4A 377 3D14
Does anybody know the ratio.
Sierras were never sold in Oz so knowledge of codes etc is limited
here.

Cheers
Wimmera

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Jason Fletcher

posted on 6/3/09 at 11:37 PM Reply With Quote
I think thats a 3.77 ratio. Even though its rarer than even a 3.14 it not a desirable ratio.

Jason

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Jason Fletcher

posted on 6/3/09 at 11:40 PM Reply With Quote
Just though I'd add that 3.36 ratio diffs can be found in 2.0 auto sierra estates and there are a few around.

Jason

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MikeFellows

posted on 3/8/09 at 05:48 PM Reply With Quote
Ive a diff from a 1990 2.0 DOHC

stamped on one side with 06625

on the other side it has

83BG-4025-BE

could anyone confirm what it is?

Thanks

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mad4x4

posted on 28/8/09 at 11:33 AM Reply With Quote
Any word on what DIFF was in the 1.8 CVH (h' Reg) that has a 5 Speed type 9.

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ZEN

posted on 28/8/09 at 07:47 PM Reply With Quote
I had a 1.8 CVH sierra from 1989. It was a 3.92 ratio.

quote:
Originally posted by mad4x4
Any word on what DIFF was in the 1.8 CVH (h' Reg) that has a 5 Speed type 9.

[Edited on 28/808/09 by mad4x4]






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