will a 2009 ford p71 transmission work in a 2010 ford crown victoria p71?

Asked by Aug 15, 2017 at 06:29 PM about the 2010 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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No,it won,t work. Why?because you have to buy the kind of part p71that comes,with your crown Victoria. All cars transmissions comes in a different color and sizes ,depending on what kind of make,and model of your car is. Otherwise, your vechile may not work for a dull year. I am a good driver myself. I know about cars, in different forms of theories that may comes with the cars.Eurekajames,eurekal.james quotes you to be careful what you do with your cars or other peoples cars. Life can be better that way.A educated driver and friend to internet friends.


I own about 50 of the p-71s If you use the drive shaft from the p-71 along with the trans you will be fine. They swap either way as long as both are used

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so the 2010 will fit the 2009 p71s?

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Will a 2009 fit a 2008?


Unlikely. Trans codes are different in the 08 and older.

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