Yes, that's the first year of its use. By the way, for as maligned as it is, and as I might have posted on other threads, Tremec's T3650 that went into the 2001 model was also maligned because it had synchronizers that would crunch, resulting in a rebuild TSB or outright replacements.
Tony, I heard that Ford performed that TSB on the 2001’s well into the late 2000’s and outside of warranty periods. Exactly how long does Ford have to stand behind a TSB? I thought only the warranty period.
My 2001 has always had that issue. Never got worse, never went away but pretty nasty when cold and almost completely gone when warmed up. I may end up getting around to fixing it and wondering what it involves or should I just take it to the dealer and have the TSB performed at my cost.
That said, you made a good point and it shows Tremec is not without it’s issues either and at that a trait my new 2019 MT-82 shares.
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