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art carr style shifter???

ive got a 95 with the e4od can i use ane art carr style shifter in it. ive only seen them for the c6 trans. is there one made for my trans. or am i SOL?
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96 with E4OD. When you order, you just specify the application and they will send you the correct end.

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96 with E4OD. When you order, you just specify the application and they will send you the correct end.

Greg's bronco always brings teh sex! I always wondered if they made a gate shifter for the E4OD, now I know!

Did you mount that straight to that sheetmetal or is there some sort of metal cage underneath the shifter?

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Cool thanks man. Love the center consol. That's prettyclose to what I want to build
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Where did you order this shifter? Does this shifter allow you to bypass the computer to manually shift?
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I've always wondered... what do you do with all the stuff (stock shifter) on the column after installing the Art Carr.

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Where did you order this shifter? Does this shifter allow you to bypass the computer to manually shift?
It's a mechanical shifter, does the exact same thing as the column shifter except in a different location. It doesn't have anything to do with the transmission electricals.
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I've always wondered... what do you do with all the stuff (stock shifter) on the column after installing the Art Carr.
I just removed everything I could. You end up with the little nub on the column. I got the dashmounted overdrive butten from a mid 80's Bronco and mounted that in my dash. Just took the wiring from the column shifter and tied it into the button.
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ive got a 95 with the e4od can i use ane art carr style shifter in it. ive only seen them for the c6 trans. is there one made for my trans. or am i SOL?
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E4OD aftermarket shifters have 3 positions. For OD control you need to add a switch. If you want it to be a manual controlled tranny you need to buy a valve body. Most guys like a reverse body which gives you 1,2,3 and the thing will no longer shift automatically. You can use these shifters with a stock tranny and it will be D,2,1 just like stock.
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sweet thanks for the info guys I should be ordering one soon once i get my tax return.
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So does this shifter bypass the computer? I called summit and they said the E40OD doesn't bypass the computer. I felt like they were not very sure of themselves though. They said my best bet was to go with a C-6, vaulve body and shifter to get around the computer.
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[QUOTE=TimmyD;2309718]So does this shifter bypass the computer? I called summit and they said the E4OD doesn't bypass the computer. I felt like they were not very sure of themselves though. They said my best bet was to go with a C-6, vaulve body and shifter to get around the computer.[/QUOTE
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E4OD is computer controlled. The shifter has noithing to do with the computer. As I said you can install a manual valve body so you can control the shifts. The torque converter would still be controlled by the computer unless you install a manual switch setup.
The C6 is a 3 speed and has no torque converter lockup. A different tranny.
The C6 and E4OD shifter are the same item, but when used with the E4OD you need a switch to control the "OD Off" command. Read the other comments they are correct.
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Here is my issue. I have a 1996 Bronco with an E40OD. I've been racing it for almost a year now (transforming it from a pre-runner to race truck). recently I ripped out the dash and instument cluster and added new auto meter gauges in the new fabricated dash. my problem now is it won't shift properly after second gear. I had a transmission guy say that the E40OD is computer controlled and the truck is in safe mode.

I guess what I need to know is, being that my wiring harness no longer exists, is there a shifter and valve body that I can swap out without changing my transmission? Currently I can maually shift first and second just fine but when I go into drive it won't let me get over 3K RPM's. Real Wierd.
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You removed the PSOM, probably responsible for some, if not all of your problems.

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You removed the PSOM, probably responsible for some, if not all of your problems.
I agree.

The fuse for your radio is also for the speedometer and E4OD. No speedometer = no E4OD shifts.
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Just swap to a c-6 and it should solve your problems, definitly need the comp in order to shift right.


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I guess I'm in the market for a C-6. Any suggestion on where to get one or is anyone selling one?
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All over craiglist for dirt cheap, & tougher then nails...The shifters only run about 150-200 for them as well.

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