Remanufactured 6F35 Transmission Price
Alternative Name: 6F50
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Additional or Store Pickup
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You Do (Store Drop off)
Do I pay for Core today?
No, we waive Core Charge for 30 days*
Yes, but will be refunded when shipped back
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Up to 5 years/Unlimited miles
Up to 3 years/Unlimited miles
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Yes! (for comparable conditions only)
About Our Remanufactured 6F35 Transmission
At Reman-Transmission, we have the best 6F35 and 6F50 transmission options for your Ford or General Motors (GM) vehicle. No matter what you drive and no matter the circumstance we are confident that our replacement 6F35 transmissions and 6F50 transmissions can benefit you. From the first day we opened our doors, we have placed the needs of our clients ahead of our own which is why we offer not only the best products for sale, but we also back them up with warranties on all our transmissions as well as free-shipping to any commercial address in the United States.
You may be thinking about going with a cheap junkyard 6F50 transmission or having a local shop perform a 6F35 transmission rebuild. Instead, you should take a look at our quality used 6F35 transmissions for sale or our remanufactured 6F35 transmissions for sale. We also offer the best used 6F50 transmissions for sale and reliable remanufactured 6F50 transmissions for sale all for the same low price. When we remanufacture our transmissions, we take apart the transmission as a whole, separating each and every part. Then, we compare each individual part against the specification set by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM). That way, we can identify any defects that might be present and compare them with any defects noted by the manufacturer. Afterwards we replace every single component within the transmission with new or rebuilt components that meet or exceed the original equipment manufacturer’s (OEM) specifications. When it comes down to it, our remanufactured options are way better than a rebuilt 6F35 transmission or rebuilt 6F50 transmission and costs the same or less. We always make sure to get a quality product or part from the best supplier in the industry, that way, you know that you are getting a high-quality transmission for your vehicle.
When you work with us, we will search our company catalog for the best transmission for your needs. If you are looking for a more economical option, we also have many quality used 6F35 transmissions and used 6F50 transmissions that are all in good working condition. No matter if you get a used or remanufactured transmission from us, we make sure it is compatible with the powertrain in your vehicle. That way, when you return to the street, you have supreme confidence in the transmission you had installed at your local shop.
Whether you are driving a domestic or imported car, we have a reliable transmission for your vehicle. We are so confident in the quality of our work that we even offer an up to 5-year, unlimited mileage warranty on all of our remanufactured automatic transmissions and . It would be our honor to provide you with the same level of protection. Call us today and speak to a member of our team for a quote on one of our used or remanufactured 6F35 or 6F50 transmissions from General Motors and Ford Motor Company! We will make sure you end up with the perfect transmission for your vehicle at the lowest cost possible.
Our 6F35 Transmission Upgrades
Torque converter support bearing fully inspected to prevent sleeve failure.
Completely remanufactured pump, including polished pump rotor mating surfaces, provides consistent internal pressures and helps eliminate pressure-related issues.
Remanufactured and tested valve body improves shifting, lubrication, and performance.
Tru-Flat qualification process applied to transmission case, valve body, pump, and channel plate prevents cross leaks and pressure losses.
Clutch clearances set to improve shift, feel, and timing.
Fully remanufactured torque converter is tested for leaks, lockup, concentricity, and balance. Upgrades exceed OE requirements and eliminate the possibility of front seal leaks, premature bushing wear, and vibration.
Bushings and machined surfaces polished to a mirror-like OE finish of 15 RA or less.
All-new custom-spec bushings to improve internal fluid flow control and pressures.
Every transmission is cold-and hot-tested using a proprietary dynamometer testing program that includes fully synthetic automatic transmission fluid and a filtration system.
6F35 Frequently Asked Questions
Are all 6F35 transmissions the same?
No, not all 6F35 transmissions are the same. Throughout the years, Ford and GM produced different variations of the transmission for different vehicles. For example, the 6F35 transmission that goes in the 2016 Ford Explorer is a 2.3 L transmission. We will work with you to find a transmission that is compatible with your vehicle.
What kind of transmission fluid does a Ford Escape take?
There are different types of transmission fluid you can put in your Ford Escape; however, the best type of transmission fluid for the Ford Escape is the Valvoline MaxLife Transmission Fluid. This fluid has been specifically designed to last as many miles as possible. By appropriately lubricating your transmission, you can extend longevity and increase the efficiency of your vehicle.
What is the difference between the 6F35 transmission and 6F50 transmission?
The 6F35 transmission and 6F50 transmission are members of the same generation of automatic transmissions. The 6F50 transmission is a slightly larger version of the 6F35 transmission. Therefore, it is used in different vehicles. When you work with us, we will help you find a transmission that fits your vehicle perfectly.
Who makes Ford automatic transmissions?
It depends on the exact transmission. For example, the Ford PowerShift transmission is a dual clutch, 6-speed automatic transmission made by the Ford Motor Company; however, the gear boxes for this generation were made by Getrag Ford Transmissions, which is a dual venture between Ford and Gertrag.
6F35 History & Information
The Ford 6F35 transmission and 6F50 transmission were built at the Van Dyke transmission plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan. They are known for being powerful transmissions with smooth shifting as a standard feature. The 6F50 transmission was first introduced in 2007 in the Ford Edge, Ford Explorer, Lincoln MKX, Lincoln MKS, Ford Taurus, Ford Flex, Lincoln MKT, and Lincoln MKZ. The 6F35 transmission was introduced in 2009 and appeared in the Ford Escape, Ford Fusion, Ford C-Max, and Ford Kuga. The two transmissions were the result of a joint venture between Ford and General Motors (GM). Even though the torque converter in the 6F35 transmission matched prior Ford transmissions, the 6F35 transmission featured an upgraded plate design and a stronger clutch system. By 2009, Ford and GM had been working together on 6-speed auto transmissions for several years, so the 6F35 transmission bears a lot of similarities to the GM 6T40, which Ford and GM worked together to build.
The 6F35 and 6F50 transmissions are 6-speed transverse automatic transmissions. Prior to the 6F50 transmission, Ford and General Motors (GM) worked together to build the 4T60-E, the 4T65-E, the 4T80-E, and the Aisin AX4N. The 6F35 transmission builds on a lot of the strengths of these models and also goes by the name Ford 6F50 or Ford 6F35. Eventually, Ford and GM went on to produce newer transmissions that build on the 6F35 and 6F50 transmissions, introducing the 6F55 transmission as a successor to the 6F35 transmission. The 6F55 transmission had stronger internals than its predecessors and was designed that way so it could handle all of the power produced by the all-new Ford Taurus SHO. GM also manufactures the GM 6T40 (directly related to the 6F35 transmission), the 6T70, the 6T75, and the 6T80 which are all nearly the same transmissions as Ford’s 6F models.
As the 6F35 transmission improved, it was incorporated in numerous other vehicles with a number of variations. This includes a 2.3 L variation, which was introduced in the 2016 Ford Explorer. There are a few defining features of the 6F35 transmission. These include tag IDs, paint marks, and the J located on the cover. There is also a black paint stripe located on the impeller. The 6F35 transmission also features four mounting studs and a drive hub with a flat pump.
Throughout their life, the 6F35 transmission and 6F50 transmission proved to be notably durable and reliable transmissions. On the other hand, the 6F35 and 6F50 transmissions can still experience problems from time to time. When that happens, you may start looking for a transmission repair or replacement. Instead of going with the cheapest transmission you can find, consider going with one of our remanufactured transmissions. At Reman-Transmission, remanufactured 6F35 and remanufactured 6F50 transmissions are our specialties.
|6F35 Transmission Compatibility Chart|
|MAKE||MODEL||START YEAR||END YEAR|
|Ford||Police Interceptor Utility||2013||2015|
|Diagnostic Codes for 6F35 Transmission|
|DIAGNOSTIC CODES||DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM|
|P1500||Vehicle Speed Sensor Intermittent|
|P1501||Programmable Speedometer & Odometer Module/Vehicle Speed Sensor Intermittent Circuit-failure|
|P1502||Invalid or Missing Vehicle Speed Message or Brake Data|
|P1700||Transmission System Failure|
|P1701||Reverse Engagement Error|
|P1702||Transmission System Failure|
|P1703||Brake On/Off Switch Out of Self-Test Range|
|P1704||Transmission System Failure|
|P1705||Manual Lever Position Sensor Out of Self-Test Range|
|P1706||High Vehicle Speed Observed in Park|
|P1707||Transfer Case Neutral Indicator Hard Fault Present|
|P1709||Park or Neutral Position Switch Out of Self-Test Range|
|P1710||Transmission System Failure|
|P1711||Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Out of Self-Test Range|
|P1712||Trans Torque Reduction Request Signal Malfunction|
|P1713||TFT Sensor In Range Failure Low Value|
|P1714||SSA Inductive Signature Malfunction|
|P1715||SSB Inductive Signature Malfunction|
|P1716||SSC Inductive Signature Malfunction|
|P1717||SSD Inductive Signature Malfunction|
|P1718||TFT Sensor In Range Failure High|
|P1720||Vehicle Speed (Meter) Circuit Malfunction|
|P1721||Gear 1 Incorrect Ratio|
|P1722||Gear 2 Incorrect Ratio|
|P1723||Gear 3 incorrect Ratio|
|P1724||Gear 4 Incorrect Ratio|
|P1725||Insufficient Engine Speed Increase During Self Test|
|P1726||Insufficient Engine Speed Decrease During Self Test|
|P1727||Coast Clutch Solenoid Inductive Signature Malfunction|
|P1728||Transmission Slip Error|
|P1729||4x4 Low Switch Error|
|P1731||1-2 Shift Malfunction|
|P1732||2-3 Shift Malfunction|
|P1733||3-4 Shift Malfunction|
|P1740||Transmission System Failure|
|P1741||Torque Converter Clutch Control Error|
|P1742||Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Faulty|
|P1743||Torque Converter Clutch Solenoid Faulty|
|P1744||Torque Converter Clutch System Stuck in Off Position|
|P1745||Transmission System Failure|
|P1746||Electronic Pressure Control Solenoid A - Open Circuit|
|P1747||Electronic Pressure Control Solenoid A- Short Circuit|
|P1749||Electronic Pressure Control Solenoid Failed Low|
|P1751||Shift Solenoid A Performance|
|P1754||Coast Clutch Solenoid Circuit malfunction|
|P1756||Shift Solenoid B Performance|
|P1760||Transmission System Failure|
|P1761||Shift Solenoid C Performance|
|P1762||Overdrive Band Failed Off|
|P1766||Shift Solenoid D Performance|
|P1767||Torque Converter Clutch Circuit Malfunction|
|P1768||Performance / Normal / Winter Mode Input Malfunction|
|P1770||Clutch Solenoid Circuit Malfunction|
|P1779||Transmission Control Indicator Lamp Circuit Malfunction|
|P1780||Transmission Control Switch Circuit is Out of Self-Test Range|
|P1781||4x4 Low Switch is Out of Self-Test Range|
|P1782||P/ES Circuit Out Of Self Test Range|
|P1783||Transmission Over-Temperature Condition|
|P1784||Transmission Mechanical Failure - First And Reverse|
|P1785||Transmission Mechanical Failure - First And Second|
|P1786||3-2 Downshift Error|
|P1787||2-1 Downshift Error|
|P1788||Pressure Control Solenoid 'B' Open Circuit|
|P1789||Pressure Control Solenoid 'B' Short Circuit|
|P1795||Idle Switch Circuit Malfunction|
|P1804||Transmission 4-Wheel Drive High Indicator Circuit Failure|
|P1806||Transmission 4-Wheel Drive High Indicator Short Circuit To Battery|
|P1808||Transmission 4-Wheel Drive Low Indicator Circuit Failure|
|P1810||TFP Valve Position Switch Circuit/ Transmission 4-Wheel Drive Low Indicator Short Circuit To Battery|
|P1812||Transmission 4-Wheel Drive Mode Select Circuit Failure|
|P1815||Transmission 4-Wheel Drive Mode Select Short Circuit To Ground|
|P1819||Transmission Neutral Safety Switch Short Circuit To Ground|
|P1820||Transmission Transfer Case Clockwise Shift Relay Coil Circuit Failure|
|P1822||Transmission Transfer Case Clockwise Shift Relay Coil Short Circuit To Battery|
|P1824||Transmission 4-Wheel Drive Clutch Relay Circuit Failure|
|P1826||Transmission 4-Wheel Drive Low Clutch Relay Circuit To Battery|
|P1828||Transmission Transfer Case Counter Clockwise Shift Relay Coil Circuit Failure|
|P1830||Transmission Transfer Case Counter Clockwise Shift Relay Coil Short Circuit To Battery|
|P1832||Transmission Transfer Case Differential Lock-Up Solenoid Circuit Failure|
|P1834||Transmission Transfer Case Differential Lock-Up Solenoid Short Circuit To Battery|
|P1838||Transmission Transfer Case Shift Motor Circuit Failure|
|P1846||Transmission Transfer Case Contact Plate 'A' Circuit Failure|
|P1850||Transmission Transfer Case Contact Plate 'B' Circuit Failure|
|P1854||Transmission Transfer Case Contact Plate 'C' Circuit Failure|
|P1858||Transmission Transfer Case Contact Plate 'D' Circuit Failure|
|P1866||Transmission Transfer Case System Concern - Servicing Required|
|P1867||Transmission Transfer Case Contact Plate General Circuit Failure|
|P1876||Transmission Transfer Case 2-Wheel Drive Solenoid Circuit Failure|
|P1877||Transmission Transfer Case 2-Wheel Drive Solenoid Circuit Short To Battery|
|P1881||Engine Coolant Level Switch Circuit Failure, GEM|
|P1882||Engine Coolant Level Switch Circuit Short to Ground|
|P1883||Engine Coolant Level Switch Circuit Failure, GEM|
|P1884||Engine Coolant Level Lamp Circuit Short to Ground|
|P1891||Transmission Transfer Case Contact Plate Ground Return Open Circuit|
|P1900||Output Shaft Speed (OSS) Circuit Intermittent Malfunction|
|P1901||Turbine Shaft Speed (TSS) Circuit Intermittent Malfunction|
|P1902||Kickdown Solenoid Relay Control Circuit|
|P1903||Kickdown Solenoid Circuit Low Voltage|
|P1904||Kickdown Solenoid Circuit High Voltage|