Seeking input - 97GT

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I am thinking this is what is in your transmission
i am checking into it a little more
 

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it could very well be a transmission for a pick up truck , van, suv , on the ford side
Lincoln blackwood , or navigator
most will bolt up to a 4.6
 
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Did some more research and think the prior owner swapped the 97 tranny with a 99 T45 using electric speed sensor. That is my best guess since things are not adding up like a 97. Going to install a new 99 electric sensor and see what happens. If the speedometer works, hopefully the variance isn't bad.

Found the TREMEC stamp plus what looks like 6AE 383 on the tranny. Maybe those match the vin of the car it came from.? I could not find the tranny id tag so it must have been removed.

Between 1996 and 1998, T-45 transmissions from Mustang GTs used a seven-tooth speedometer gear, though Cobras used an eight tooth speedometer gear. In 1999, both the Cobra and GT T45 were moved over to an electronic sensor speedometer.
 

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That is strange
so this is not an automatic
the first 4 numbers F60B- come up as Lincoln
 

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It is a 99 up T45 or 3650 transmission. More than likely the T45. That pick up will not provide the correct signal to your computer for the speedo to work. To utiize what you have and make it work, you'll need a speedcal. They make one that will plug into the 99 sensor and then your 97 harness plugs into it. The instructions will tell you how to set up the dip switches to make the speedo work for your wheel and tire size.
 

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