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Just picked up a 2011 fusion sport 3.5 AWD with 141xxxKM for $2000, has a blown PTU, and was wondering what other years/models have interchangeable PTUs, and if there is anything else I should be mindful of, thank you all.
 

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Pretty sure from past checking, that 2007-2012 with the Aisin transmission (there was no AWD Fusion for 2006, but for JOB2 2007 released in 2006)

So any V6 AWD up to 2009, then 2010-2012 with the 3.5 (Sport or MKZ). You will probably find that yours is one of these 2007 part numbers: 7E5Z-7251-H (most recent), 7E5Z-7251-E, 7E5Z-7251-F, 7E5Z-7251-G
 

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Pretty sure from past checking, that 2007-2012 with the Aisin transmission (there was no AWD Fusion for 2006, but for JOB2 2007 released in 2006)

So any V6 AWD up to 2009, then 2010-2012 with the 3.5 (Sport or MKZ). You will probably find that yours is one of these 2007 part numbers: 7E5Z-7251-H (most recent), 7E5Z-7251-E, 7E5Z-7251-F, 7E5Z-7251-G
Thank you for your reply, so you’re thinking any Awd fusion 07-12 would fit my 3.5 2011? That’s what it kinda seemed like to me but I didn’t wanna be missing a little detail or something and it didn’t work out
 

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Yes, should be the same. Go to parts.ford.com and enter in your VIN or just specs, then search for transfer case. Look at the "Fits These Vehicles" and it shows the range, and in the usage it shows the AWF21 (which is the Aisin transmission, not the 6F35).


I don't think that any other vehicle model interchanges.

I was worried about mine spewing out some very disgusting black fluid so I got to looking since they are about $100 at the you pull it place I go to ($70 + $25 core charge), but I was able to change the fluid a few times and not had any further issues.
 

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Yes, should be the same. Go to parts.ford.com and enter in your VIN or just specs, then search for transfer case. Look at the "Fits These Vehicles" and it shows the range, and in the usage it shows the AWF21 (which is the Aisin transmission, not the 6F35).


I don't think that any other vehicle model interchanges.

I was worried about mine spewing out some very disgusting black fluid so I got to looking since they are about $100 at the you pull it place I go to ($70 + $25 core charge), but I was able to change the fluid a few times and not had any further issues.
Thank you for that link!! It looks like any 07-12 fusion, 07-12 mkz, or 07-12 Milan ptu will work. Thanks a million
 

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Not exactly, if it is a 2010-2012 then it has to be a 3.5. The 2010-2012 Fusion (and 2010-2011 Milan) 3.0 was also available with AWD and the PTU is different.
 

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Not exactly, if it is a 2010-2012 then it has to be a 3.5. The 2010-2012 Fusion (and 2010-2011 Milan) 3.0 was also available with AWD and the PTU is different.
So than it must be from a 2010-2012 3.5 fusion, Milan, or mkz? That’d make sense but I’ve found many part cross referencing sources don’t point that out
 

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Not exactly, if it is a 2010-2012 then it has to be a 3.5. The 2010-2012 Fusion (and 2010-2011 Milan) 3.0 was also available with AWD and the PTU is different.
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here’s the unit I picked up, 2011 3.5l
So than it must be from a 2010-2012 3.5 fusion, Milan, or mkz? That’d make sense but I’ve found many part cross referencing sources don’t point that out
 
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