November 06, 2019
Spotting the Changes to Ford 6R80 ’15-Later Valve Bodies
Verify OE valve and sleeve measurements before use.
There are some small diameter and length differences that can cause fit and pressure issues if mismatched into the wrong application. It is recommended to measure the locations shown here to verify that the correct OE or replacement part is fit into the appropriate application during rebuild.
|ZF6 Gen. 1, 6R60, 6R75, 6R80 ('09–'14)||.645"||.629" Dia.||.495" Dia.||.568"||.378"||.629" Dia.||.550" Dia.|
|ZF6 Gen. 1 w/ 053 Separator Plate||.725"||.657" Dia.||.511" Dia.||.649"||.378"||.657" Dia.||.586" Dia.|
|ZF6 Gen. 2||.804"||.629" Dia.||.511" Dia.||.725"||.418"||.629" Dia.||.562" Dia.|
|6R80 ('15-Later), 6R100||.645"||.629" Dia.||.511" Dia.||.568"||.378"||.629" Dia.||.550" Dia.|
Wear is commonly found at different areas in the Ford 6R80 '15-later pressure regulator bore. When the sleeve is worn, line pressure balance fluid will leak to exhaust, causing high or inconsistent pressure. When wear is limited to the sleeve, the Sonnax direct replacement pressure regulator sleeve 95740-44 will restore valve-to-sleeve clearances so the pressure regulator valve can maintain correct pressures. If the remainder of the pressure regulator bore is worn, consider Sonnax oversized pressure regulator valve kit 95740-01K.
Sonnax valve body layouts provide a detailed overview of individual units making it quick and easy to determine what’s available for the specific valve body you’re working on. See all Sonnax valve body layouts.
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Vacuum testing at the port(s) indicated fails to hold the recommended minimum in-Hg, or if wear is visually detected.