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REMANUFACTURED FORD 4R70W 4R70E 4R75W 4R75E TRANSMISSION VALVE BODY 2001-2014 VALVEBODY
Built using the Sonnax 76948-09 main pressure regulator valve and the Superior SUPER TUFF PLATE
Quality you can trust from a name that means the best in Ford transmissions, BCA Transmissions/Darrin Burch Transmissions.
We manufacture all our valve body kits using new gaskets, check balls and internal filter. We test each valve body for proper operation and use the Sonnax vacuum test stand to check for valve leakage.
The valve body for the Ford 4R70W 4R70E 4R75W and 4R75E transmissions is known to wear the main pressure regulator valve. Sonnax developed their 76948-09 main pressure regulator valve to address the following issues caused by a worn valve spool.
Worn pressure regulator valve spools allowing pressure escape are a common problem in these units. We install the Sonnax main pressure regulator valve to restore normal line pressure and operation in all ranges.
These remanufactured valve body kits are built using the Superior Super Tough Plate to help eliminate plate cracking and cross leaks caused by constant pounding from the 2-3 Accumulator Piston Retainer cap on the stock separator plate. Made in the USA, the Superior Super Tuff Plate is zinc coated, extra thick and is the perfect replacement for the stock valve body separator plate used in this popular Ford application.
This is a complete remanufactured valve body that is ready to bolt in. It comes with everything you need except for fluid, tools and time.
Each kit includes:
*Free shipping within the continental US only!
**As these are custom built products for the specific customer, vehicle and application, these are not "off the shelf" items. There will be build time involved after the purchase. No refunds will be given for this unless there is an unusual and unreasonable delay relative to normal build times. All cancelled orders will require a 20% restocking fee.
*** As with most automotive products there may be delays due to COVID 19 supply shortages