10R80 Transmission parts

10L90

Transmission general data

Number of gears Transmission Type Drive Torque (Nm) ATF (full capacity) L ATF (change) L ATF type (recommended)
10 AT RWD/4WD 800 12.9 8 Motorcraft ULV

The 10R80 is a 10-speed automatic gearbox designed thanks to fruitful cooperation between Ford and GM (10L90). Both companies pointed out the fact that while the mechanical part of the gearbox was developed collaboratively, the software part of the 10R80 will be different for each manufacturer and, as a result, their corresponding powertrain structures should not necessarily resemble each other in view of gear shifting algorithms. This transmission has 10 forward gears, three of which are overdrive ratios. It's deep 4.69 to 1 first gear ratio is the lowest in its class and it features a relatively tall 0.63 to 1 final overdrive ratio.

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A built-in electrohydraulic pump ensures that the "start-stop" feature operates with minimal delay. The 10R80 includes 3 operation modes - "Tow Haul", "Sport", and "Normal", with each mode changing the gear shifting algorithm and characteristics to compliment particular forms of driving behavior. Since the gearbox has 10 forward gears, its running characteristics and, more importantly, fuel efficiency is maximized by the transmission's capacity to get a suitable ratio for current operating conditions, such as engine speed, load, and car speed. This transmission became a standard option for the 2017 F-150 equipped with the 3.5L Eco-Boost engine.

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