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2005 Ford expedition 5.4 engine automatic transmission. I've…

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2005 Ford expedition 5.4 engine automatic transmission. I've lost over Dr. have been advised of an E clips gone bad I have pan pulled and I'm wondering which bolts have to come out of the valve body to drop the valve body.please advise and if possible send pictures thank you
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Below is the Removal & installation steps for the valve body

2005 Ford Truck Expedition 4WD V8-5.4L SOHC VIN 5

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Main Control Valve Body

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Removal
1. Drain transmission fluid and remove the transmission fluid pan and filter.

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2. CAUTION: Do not pull on the molded lead frame. This may cause damage to the connector ends. Carefully pry up on the locking tabs to disconnect the solenoids. Disconnect the molded lead frame from the solenoids.

Disconnect the molded lead frame from the solenoids.
1 Disconnect the shift solenoid SSA and SSB.
2 Disconnect the Torque Converter Clutch (TCC).
3 Disconnect the Electronic Pressure Control (EPC) solenoid.
4 Disconnect the bulkhead inter-connector.

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3. Remove the manual control valve detent lever spring.
1 Remove the bolt.
2 Remove the manual control valve detent lever spring.

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4. Remove the 25 valve body-to-case bolts and the EPC bracket bolt.

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5. Remove the main control valve body and discard the pump outlet screen.

Installation

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1. NOTE: Make sure that the drive pin of the manual valve detent lever assembly engages the manual valve in the correct location prior to installing the bolts.

Position the main control valve body gasket and main control valve body using the 2 alignment bolts as a guide.

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2. NOTE: The main control valve body bolts will be tightened in later steps.

Loosely install the 10 long main control valve body bolts.

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3. NOTE: Lubricate the Electronic Pressure Control (EPC) solenoid O-rings with clean automatic transmission fluid.

Install the EPC solenoid.
1 Install the EPC solenoid.
2 Install the EPC solenoid bracket and bolt.

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4. NOTE: The main control valve body bolts will be tightened in later steps.

Loosely install the 12 short main control valve body bolts.

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5. Install the manual control valve detent lever spring.
1 Position the manual control valve detent lever spring.
2 Install the bolt.

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6. Tighten the main control valve body bolts in the sequence shown.

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7. Inspect the lead frame for damage.
^ Using the special tool, check all lead frame solenoid connections. The gauge should fit tightly and not fall out after being inserted.
^ If the special tool passes through any lead frame connector pins or does not feel like it makes a good contact, install a new lead frame.

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8. Connect the molded lead frame to the solenoids.
^ Connect the bulkhead inter-connector by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place.
^ Connect the EPC solenoid by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place. Make sure that the terminals pass fully through the connector slots.
^ Connect the TCC by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place. Make sure that the terminals pass fully through the connector slots.
^ Connect the shift solenoid SSA and SSB by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place. Make sure that the terminals pass fully through the connector slots.
9. Install the transmission filter and pan.

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2005 Ford Truck Expedition 2WD V8-5.4L SOHC VIN 5

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Main Control Valve Body

Zoom and Print Options

Special Tool(s)

Removal
1. Drain transmission fluid and remove the transmission fluid pan and filter.

Zoom and Print Options

2. CAUTION: Do not pull on the molded lead frame. This may cause damage to the connector ends. Carefully pry up on the locking tabs to disconnect the solenoids. Disconnect the molded lead frame from the solenoids.

Disconnect the molded lead frame from the solenoids.
1 Disconnect the shift solenoid SSA and SSB.
2 Disconnect the Torque Converter Clutch (TCC).
3 Disconnect the Electronic Pressure Control (EPC) solenoid.
4 Disconnect the bulkhead inter-connector.

Zoom and Print Options

3. Remove the manual control valve detent lever spring.
1 Remove the bolt.
2 Remove the manual control valve detent lever spring.

Zoom and Print Options

4. Remove the 25 valve body-to-case bolts and the EPC bracket bolt.

Zoom and Print Options

5. Remove the main control valve body and discard the pump outlet screen.

Installation

Zoom and Print Options

1. NOTE: Make sure that the drive pin of the manual valve detent lever assembly engages the manual valve in the correct location prior to installing the bolts.

Position the main control valve body gasket and main control valve body using the 2 alignment bolts as a guide.

Zoom and Print Options

2. NOTE: The main control valve body bolts will be tightened in later steps.

Loosely install the 10 long main control valve body bolts.

Zoom and Print Options

3. NOTE: Lubricate the Electronic Pressure Control (EPC) solenoid O-rings with clean automatic transmission fluid.

Install the EPC solenoid.
1 Install the EPC solenoid.
2 Install the EPC solenoid bracket and bolt.

Zoom and Print Options

4. NOTE: The main control valve body bolts will be tightened in later steps.

Loosely install the 12 short main control valve body bolts.

Zoom and Print Options

5. Install the manual control valve detent lever spring.
1 Position the manual control valve detent lever spring.
2 Install the bolt.

Zoom and Print Options

6. Tighten the main control valve body bolts in the sequence shown.

Zoom and Print Options

7. Inspect the lead frame for damage.
^ Using the special tool, check all lead frame solenoid connections. The gauge should fit tightly and not fall out after being inserted.
^ If the special tool passes through any lead frame connector pins or does not feel like it makes a good contact, install a new lead frame.

Zoom and Print Options

8. Connect the molded lead frame to the solenoids.
^ Connect the bulkhead inter-connector by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place.
^ Connect the EPC solenoid by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place. Make sure that the terminals pass fully through the connector slots.
^ Connect the TCC by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place. Make sure that the terminals pass fully through the connector slots.
^ Connect the shift solenoid SSA and SSB by pressing it in place by hand and fully seating the connector in place. Make sure that the terminals pass fully through the connector slots.
9. Install the transmission filter and pan.

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