5R110W transmission sale
Ford dominated the first decade of the 2000's with this heavy duty transmission. Now the 5R110W transmission is for sale with all the upgrades you can imagine. This sturdy transmission has been developed for F-series trucks, Excursions and more. Our research has allowed us to streamline the build process and make a 5R110W stronger and more reliable than the original. Sale prices won't last long. Our XP1 series is not a rebuilt 5R110W, it is a completely remanufactured OEM replacement with upgraded parts designed to increase performance and longevity.
PTO and vehicle year may affect price when in cart.
Core Deposit: $1,000.00
Tax excluded Delivery: 1 to 3 weeks
5R110W Transmission and Torque Converter
These are just a few updates and upgrades that make our 5R110W transmission the best on the market. Heavy-Duty pump re-calibration and shift kit reduces slippage and increases durability. The 5R110 reverse planetary pinion pins are TIG-welded to eliminate OE design flaw. Our upgraded low diode increases durability. The low-Reverse clutch rough spring retainer updated to prevent clutch Failure. We upgrade the 5R110W pressure solenoids to improve consistent line pressures, Tru-Fat process applied to case, valve body, and pump to prevent cross leakage and deliver consistent line pressures.
Our specialized Purnios with new line bore bushings eliminate leaks and provide superior Flow and durability. Our new performance-spec bushings improve internal fluid Plow control and pressures. All 5R110W bushings and machined surfaces are polished to a mirror like original manufacturer finish of 151RA or better. Fully remanufactured torque converter is tested for leaks, lock-up, concentricity, and balance. These upgrades exceed OE requirements and eliminate the possibilities of Front seal leaks, premature bushing wear, and vibration. Complete road simulation. testing using our very own dynamometer testing program called ADAPT (Advanced Dyno And Performance Testing".) Every 5R110W transmission is cold and hot-tested using our transmission fluid and filtration system.
- Core Deposit
- What Is XP1
- Far from just being rebuilt, the Xtreme Performance series 1 is an OEM replacement that has been fully remanufactured with upgraded parts that have been designed to increase performance, reliability and longevity.
- Production Years Covered
- 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
- Torque Converter
- Performance 5R110W Torque Converter Included
- Fluid Type
- ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid)
- Original Manufacturer
- Ford Motor Company
- Alternate Names
- 5R110W / 5R110
- Transmission Type
- 5 Speed Automatic
- Compatible Models
- Ecoline 350 Van, Excursion, F250 Super Duty, F350 SD, F450 SD, F550 SD
- Build Certification
- Engine Size
- 6.0L Diesel / V8 6.4L Diesel / V8 6.8L Diesel / V10
- Included Upgrades
- Original Manufacturer Flaws and TSB Rectification, Shift Kits, Valve Bodies, Seal, Bearing, Clutch Packs, Bushings, Bands, Torque Signal Regulator and Boost Valve, Corrosion Resistance, TCC Valve and Regulator, Torque Converter and Much More
- ADAPT (Advanced Dyno And Performance Testing) Our highest level of testing
- Build Type
- Performance Grade remanufactured, not rebuilt
5R110W Rebuild Kit Master Overhaul Set 5R110-W Torqshift Automatic Transmission Ford
Master rebuild kit for the 5R110, 5R110W, Torqshift 5 speed automatic transmission
Year range: 2003-2012
This banner box kit contains the following rebuild parts:
- Friction clutch plates
- Fluid filter
- Pump bushing
- Extension housing bushing
- All rubber clutch piston seals
- All paper gaskets
- All O-rings
- All metal clad seals
- Teflon and steel sealing rings
- Duraprene pan gasket
The Transtec gasket overhaul set contained within this box kit is highly rated and used by most rebuild shops.
Additionally, you can add the following recommended items:
- ATSG rebuild manual
- Raybestos steel clutch plate kit *(Pictured)
- Molded rubber piston kit *(Pictured)
- Transgo shift kit
- Cooler line filter
- Full bushing set
- Thrust washer kit
- Torrington bearings
- Gasket for PTO models
- HD billet multi-disc torque converter
- Assembly Grease - Lubegard, Life Smart Blend, or Transjel
- Platinum Lubegard - Insider tip: Many shops use this synthetic supplement in every freshly rebuilt transmission to keep them on the road past the warranty.
Remember to soak all of your clutches in transmission fluid for thirty minutes before you install them.
The 5R110 was in production from 2003-2012 and can be identified by the 20 bolt oil pan and 5 forward gears.
These transmissions can be found in the following vehicles; however you should double check your application with the bolt count. It is common for similar vehicles to have multiple transmission options available from the factory.
- E250 Van 6.0L Diesel & Some 6.8L 2003-2012 (20 bolt pan)
- E350 Van 6.0L Diesel & Some 6.8L 2003-2012 (20 bolt pan)
- Excursion 6.0L Diesel 2003-2005
- F250 Trucks 6.0L Diesel & Some 6.4L/6.8L 2003-2010
- F350 Trucks 6.0L Diesel & Some 6.4L/6.8L 2003-2010
- F450 Trucks 6.0L Diesel & Some 6.4L/6.8L 2003-2010
- F53 Motorhome Stripped Chassis 6.0L Diesel & Some 6.4L/6.8L 2003-2010
- F550 Trucks 6.0L Diesel & Some 6.4L/6.8L 2003-2010
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Replacement 5R110W Transmission Prices:
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5R110W Applications and Compatibility:
5R110W Transmission Overview
Although the 5R110W is listed and marketed as having five forward speeds, it actually has six forward gears. Two shift sequences exist in the transmission’s programming, and they respond to changes in temperature. The standard sequence starts at first gear, moving up through the numbers except for fourth.
Should the outside temperature drop below 5 degrees Fahrenheit as measured by the onboard thermometer, the transmission uses the alternate shift sequence. This one omits fifth gear. The reason for the change is to make the engine run faster and warm itself up.
What is the 5R110W Adaptive Strategy?
A special feature of the 5R110W TorqShift transmission is the use of a so-called adaptive strategy. This is an adaptive schedule that controls the timetable of a gearshift. It isn’t so high-tech that it learns how drivers handle the vehicle or what they’re most likely to do.
Instead, the powertrain control module (PCM) times how long it takes to complete a shift in gears, starting from the instant the system commands the change to occur until the shift is completed. It takes this value and runs it against the ideal shift times stored in the onboard computer.
The PCM then instructs the transmission to make the necessary changes in pressure. Therefore, rather than individual customization, the 5R110W aims to keep as close to ideal shifting intervals as possible.
Adaptive shifting in the 5R110W will not work if the vehicle is driven in one road condition. It needs a variety of conditions and terrain, as well as speed and load variances. The keep-alive memory, or KAM, stores the settings for pressure timing as they pertain to pressure regulation.
If that memory is lost or cleared, the transmission resets to default and has to relearn the process. Disconnecting the battery will lead to a loss of stored data. During the relearning process, the transmission will have rough shifts and periods of improper engagement. It takes time for the PCM to aid in the relearning process.
Simple Process to Expedite Adaptive Shifting Relearn
Although it’s possible for the PCM to learn the adaptive shifting schedule automatically, you can drastically reduce the time by following a specific procedure to get your transmission back in top shape quickly. The adaptive schedule updates all the time when you drive your vehicle normally. It won’t completely eliminate the initial roughness but will reduce the time necessary for the PCM to do its work. Here is a basic outline of the manual relearn process
First, start the engine and let them reach idle operating temperature. Don’t turn on anything like the AC or radio. Once this happens, let it run in idle for at least one minute. Next, turn the AC on and let the engine continue to idle for one minute. This completes the first phase of relearning
Next, put the truck into drive, and gradually throttle up from first gear all the way to fifth. Do so twice more with greater acceleration each time, the final time at full throttle as though you’re testing 0-to-60. Obviously, don’t do so in heavy traffic or if there are police around. Take the truck somewhere private or remote to really cut loose. This completes the second phase.
Finally, move your truck to flat, open ground and put the gear selector into neutral. Shift from neutral into reverse and allow the vehicle to move for three seconds. Ensure no obstructions are in the area and keep a foot poised on the brake. Next, shift from reverse to drive and wait for three seconds. Finally, shift back to neutral. Do the same thing again, but this time activate the towing switch because the settings for the transmission will be different and require a different calibration.
5R110W Tow/Haul Function
Another feature of the 5R110W TorqShift transmission is the switch for the tow/haul function, activated by a switch on the shift lever. The purpose of this switch is to make it more energy-efficient to tow heavy loads.
When you activate this switch, it turns on the torque converter lock while in lower gears This is an important safety feature when going down long hills to control the vehicle’s speed. When the gyroscope detects your truck moving down a decline, it automatically downshifts the engine to reduce speed and provides extra ability to brake.
Ford 5R110W Recalls:
Recall ID 07V139000 / 07S49 – Ford 5R110W Transmission
2008 Ford F250 6.4L Powerstroke diesel / 5R110W
On 33,169 copies of the 2008 Ford F250 6.4L Powerstroke diesel / 5R110W transmission, it seems that excessive temperatures in the diesel particulate filter can cause excess hydrocarbons in the exhaust.
As a result, a number of 5R110W transmission problems can occur, including a lack of power, rough operation, unusual noises coming from the engine and/or exhaust, white exhaust smoke, the possibility of a visible flame coming from the tailpipe.
Dealers were instructed to reprogram the powertrain control module. This recall issued in March 2007. Owners may contact Ford at 1-866-436-7332 or NHTSA at 1-888-327-4236
Ford 5R110W Technical Service Bulletins | TSBs
TSB 08-26-4 – 5R110W transmission failure in cold weather
2008 – 2009 Ford E-Series – 2008 – 2009 Ford Super Duty
Problem – Vehicles built between 5/18/2007-11/1/2008, which are driven in cold climates (i.e. 35°F and below) may experience complete transmission failure due to the lack of an in-line transmission filter, which causes a lack of lubrication to the low/reverse one way clutch.
Solution – Rebuild or install a remanufactured 5R110W transmission with an updated transmission pump and external in-line transmission filter.
TSB 05-25-4: 2005-2006 Ford Super Duty 6.0L – Some models equipped with the 5R110W transmission may experience erratic shifting in Tow/Haul Mode, a late 5-6 shift in Tow/Haul Mode, a harsh 3-2 engine braking downshift, and potentially a harsh 5-2 downshift.
Solution: The powertrain control module (PCM) needs to be reprogrammed (WDS release B39.15 and higher or B40.2 and higher).
What are the DTC codes related to 5R110W transmission problems?
|P0700||Transmission Control System (MIL Request)|
|P0703||Torque Converter/Brake Switch B Circuit|
|P0704||Clutch Switch In put Circuit Malfunction|
|P0705||Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input)|
|P0706||Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0707||Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Low Input|
|P0708||Transmission Range Sensor Circuit High Input|
|P0711||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0712||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit Low Input|
|P0713||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit High Input|
|P0714||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Circuit Intermittent P0715|
|P0715||Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit|
|P0717||Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit No Signal|
|P0718||Input/Turbine Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent|
|P0730||Incorrect Gear Ratio|
|P0740||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction|
|P0741||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit|
|P0742||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Stuck On|
|P0743||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Electrical|
|P0744||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Intermittent|
|P0748||Pressure Control Solenoid 'A' Electrical|
|P0750||Shift Solenoid 'A'|
|P0751||Shift Solenoid 'A' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0752||Shift Solenoid 'A' Stuck On|
|P0753||Shift Solenoid 'A' Electrical|
|P0755||Shift Solenoid 'B'|
|P0756||Shift Solenoid 'B' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0757||Shift Solenoid 'B' Stuck On|
|P0758||Shift Solenoid 'B' Electrical|
|P0760||Shift Solenoid 'C'|
|P0761||Shift Solenoid 'C' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0762||Shift Solenoid 'C' Stuck On|
|P0763||Shift Solenoid 'C' Electrical|
|P0765||Shift Solenoid 'D'|
|P0766||Shift Solenoid 'D' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0767||Shift Solenoid 'D' Stuck On|
|P0768||Shift Solenoid 'D' Electrical|
|P0770||Shift Solenoid 'E'|
|P0771||Shift Solenoid 'E' Performance or Stuck Off|
|P0772||Shift Solenoid 'E' Stuck On|
|P0773||Shift Solenoid 'E' Electrical|
|P0775||Pressure Control Solenoid 'B'|
|P0791||Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit|
|P0792||Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Range/Performance|
|P0794||Intermediate Shaft Speed Sensor Circuit Intermittent|
|P0960||Pressure Control Solenoid A Control Circuit/Open|
|P0962||Pressure Control Solenoid A Control Circuit Low|
|P0963||Pressure Control Solenoid A Control Circuit High|
|P0973||Shift Solenoid A Control Circuit Low|
|P0974||Shift Solenoid A Control Circuit High|
|P0976||Shift Solenoid B Control Circuit Low|
|P0977||Shift Solenoid B Control Circuit High|
|P0979||Shift Solenoid C Control Circuit Low|
|P0980||Shift Solenoid C Control Circuit High|
|P0982||Shift Solenoid D Control Circuit Low|
|P0983||Shift Solenoid D Control Circuit High|
|P0985||Shift Solenoid E Control Circuit Low|
|P0986||Shift Solenoid E Control Circuit High|
Tow/Haul Light Flashing – A flashing Tow Haul light on the Ford F-350 Super Duty acts as sort of a warning light to let you know that something is wrong with your 5R110W transmission. It can be as simple as a failed temperature sensor, or the valve body could be cracked in half. But you won’t know unless there was a DTC stored in the computer.
You can separate problems with the 5R110W transmission into two broad categories: mechanical and electrical. Mechanical problems include physical defects like stripped gears, clutches that have worn away, leaking fluid, and things of that nature. Electrical problems have to do with solenoids and sensors not working properly. It can be harder to fix electrical problems. It’s also possible for problems with the engine to be mistaken for problems with the transmission, so you should always make sure the engine is in good condition first.
Just as with the engine, the transmission has common diagnostic codes. Many code readers aren’t equipped with the 5R110W codes. One popular third-party software to read these error codes is AutoEnginuity. It can diagnose electrical problems and possibly some mechanical ones if they aren’t visible to the naked eye already.
If you’re attempting to diagnose problems with the 5R110W, note that it doesn’t have a regular valve body. Instead, it has a series of seven solenoids used for electronic shifting. Fittingly, this is called a solenoid body.
Just about everything in this transmission control-wise is electronic: pressure in the lines as well as shift cues works thanks to this group of solenoids. A solenoid, for the curious, is nothing more than a coil that creates an electromagnetic field. If you can’t see or detect physical damage like worn parts, check the solenoids and sensors.
You can generally find both electrical and mechanical problems by plugging a diagnostic reader into the transmission. Common errors generate a fault code, which is checked against the reader’s database. Issues that are detected will show up via the tow light on the dash. Should the light begin flashing, it means that the PCM has sent an error code.
Another part of diagnostics is checking the solenoids for issues. First, drain the fluid and remove the oil pan. Any debris like metal filings or parts of the clutch means the transmission is due for a replacement. Usually, there’s no way to fix them, because the mechanical parts have to be replaced.
To check the solenoid itself, place the probes of a multimeter against each pin and measure resistance by setting the multimeter to the Greek letter omega. You should get a non-zero reading. If you get an infinite or overflow reading, it means there is no circuit to create an electromagnetic field.
Common Problems with the F450 5R110W Transmission (2003-2010)
The Ford 5R110W TorqShift transmission is a five-speed automatic transmission that replaced the aging 4-speed 4R100 transmission. Although it was considered to be a 5-speed automatic, it actually had a 6th overdrive ratio that allowed for an alternate shift pattern in cold weather. At temperatures below 5°F, 5th gear would be skipped in order to increase engine RPM and bring the transmission up to operating temperature. The Ford 5R110W transmission also had full electronic controls, which allowed the computer to lockup the torque converter when the 5R110W Tow/Haul Mode or PTO was in use. Some of the highlights included an integrated trailer brake control system, and the optional Torqshift 5R110W transmission which was fitted with a groundbreaking Tow/Haul Mode that minimized upshifts to keep the engine in the power band, and automatically downshifted to provide engine braking when descending a hill. The Ford 5R110W transmission could also be outfitted with a PTO to power accessories like a snowplow or external hydraulics.
1) Reverse Planetary Assembly
A common 5R110W transmission problem has to do with the low/reverse planetary gear pinions. An OE design flaw allowed the gear set pinion shafts to back themselves out of the carrier, resulting in slipping, and harsh or delayed forward/reverse gear engagement.
2) Transmission Pump
The Ford F-350 5R110W transmission transfers engine power to the wheels through hydraulic pressure. This pressure is created by the transmission pump, which has a tendency to fail prematurely. If this happens, you’ll experience a pronounced delay in forward and reverse gear engagement, or the transmission could just “slam” into gear.
Remanufactured 5R110W Transmission Recommended Updates and Upgrades
- Added shift kit and pump recalibration to provide more control over gear shifting
- Pinion pins for planetary gears are tungsten-welded, creating a stronger join.
- Low-power diode upgraded to increase working lifetime of transmission.
- Spring retainer for low reverse clutch upgraded to withstand more pressure.
- New pressure solenoids provide a more consistent pressure through fluid lines.
- Pumps are completely remanufactured, and new bushings are added to promote better flow and reduce leakage
- New torque converter installed and tested for balance and other features.
- Machined and metal surfaces polished to prevent rust buildup
- Valve pump and transmission case tested with Tru-Flat qualification process
- Transmission receives complete test via road simulation software under hot and cold conditions to ensure all parts are up to standard
How to Buy a Remanufactured Transmission
1) Buying Locally
When you go to your local repair shop, they’ll order a remanufactured transmission, then mark up the price. So at the end of the day, you’ll be paying 15% to 30% more than the actual cost of the unit.
2) Buying Online
Buying a reman transmission through a distributor like Street Smart Transmission will save you a considerable amount of money because you pay the wholesale price (avoiding a repair shop’s 15% to 30% markup), they’ll ship the unit to the shop of your choice free of charge, and returning your old transmission is free as well. Then all you have to pay for is the labor to install the unit (usually $400 to $800), and you’re on your way.
How Does it Work?
To order a remanufactured transmission from a company like Street Smart Transmission, all you need to do is provide your vehicle’s VIN number, the mileage, and the address of the repair shop that you want it shipped to.
Replacing a transmission can be expensive, so Street Smart Transmission offers financing through PayPal. Depending on your credit, you’ll be able to order a new transmission, get back on the road, then pay for it over time. You may have to pay labor charges for the installation up front, but you won’t have to shell out for the transmission all at once.
When it comes to shipping, a transmission is quite heavy. So you’re going to pay quite a bit of money, unless the reman transmission company offers free shipping. Street Smart offers free shipping to a business address, which is usually the repair shop that you’ve chosen to install the unit.
What is a Core Charge (Core Deposit)?
Every remanufactured transmission originally came from somebody else’s car. Therefore, they need your broken transmission in order to refurbish it for another customer.
Your old/damaged transmission is called a “core”, and many companies will collect a core charge (usually $500 to $1500), which will be refunded once they receive your old transmission. However, if the transmission case, or other key components are damaged beyond repair, you may not get all of your core charge back. Make sure to ask for the core return policy, so you’ll know what to expect.
We recommend Street Smart Transmission. We have found Street Smart to be of the highest quality. Their transmissions carry a 3 year / unlimited miles warranty that covers both parts and labor. Their warranty is nationwide and attached to the VIN so it is transferable with ownership if you decide to sell the vehicle. It also covers both parts and labor for the installation of the replacement transmission.
Watch the Remanufacturing Process
How it Works
Finding a Shop to Install the Remanufactured Transmission
If your transmission has failed, you’re going to need a skilled mechanic to replace it. You can find a shop using our shop locator map.
For warranty purposes, you need to find a reliable repair shop. That way, if the replacement transmission doesn’t work properly, the warranty will cover it.
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What Transmission Do I Have?
Q. What will I need to order?
A. Vehicle VIN # and current mileage.
Q. Can I install it myself?
A. Yes, Self-installation does not void your warranty.
Q. Does my old transmission core need to be out when the new transmission is delivered?
A. No, you have 14 days from the date of delivery to schedule your core return. Need more time? No problem, just let us know.
Q. How is the transmission shipped?
A. Transmissions are shipped via truck freight (18-Wheeler) through FedEx Freight or R&L Carriers. Depending on your location another carrier may be chosen to better service your area.
Q. How is the transmission packaged?
A. Your order will arrive securely strapped inside a sealed high strength polyethylene (plastic) container.
Q. How do residential deliveries work?
A. For residential deliveries, the carrier must transfer your transmission onto a smaller truck for delivery. The carrier will then call you directly to schedule an appointment for delivery. Because of the extra steps involved residential deliveries are $75 extra.
Q. What else will I need for install?
A. Depending on your transmission type some external components may need to be transferred over from your original transmission. For example, the neutral safety switch, speed sensor, tailhousing etc.
Q. Does the transmission come with fluid? What ATF fluid will I need?
A. Your transmission will arrive with approximately 1-3 quarts of full synthetic ATF in it from testing. The torque converter is already primed with fluid and does not need to be removed. You will have to top the transmission off with fluid before operating. We recommend using our full synthetic ATF or any popular brand full synthetic ATF.
Q. So, what's the total cost?
A. The price you see truly is the price you pay, no smoke and mirrors here folks!
Cost 5r110w transmission rebuild
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2003-2010 Ford F250 Super-Duty
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Common Problems with the F250 / F350 5R110W Transmission (2003-2010)
A common 5R110W transmission problem has to do with the low/reverse planetary gear pinions. An OE design flaw allowed the gear set pinion shafts to back themselves out of the carrier, resulting in slipping, and harsh or delayed forward/reverse gear engagement. To address this problem, every SST remanufactured 5R110W transmission features TIG welded pinion pins, which prevents the problem from occurring in the first place.
2) Transmission Pump
The Ford F-250 / F-350 5R110W transmission transfers engine power to the wheels through hydraulic pressure. This pressure is created by the transmission pump, which has a tendency to fail prematurely. If this happens, you’ll experience a pronounced delay in forward and reverse gear engagement, or the transmission could just “slam” into gear. To fix the problem, as well as extend the service life of the pump, every remanufactured 5R110W transmission from SST gets a number of upgrades, including a fully remanufactured transmission pump with custom-spec line bore bushings, a heavy duty pump recalibration kit, and a shift kit to reduce slipping.
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