this answer is not easy, i would sudjest go to your BMW dealer and have them pull the part number for your cars trans and see if 85 matches the same part number, and make sure the one from the 85 has the same part number, best thing to do by far.
The 1985 Econoline Van has an automatic transmission. The transmission can be rebuilt by any licensed transmission shop or purchased new.
The 1985 Chevrolet C10 automatic transmission has a fluid capacity of 12 quarts. The manufacturer recommends that never overfill the transmission oil.
on the transmission. and it requires gear oil
if it i an automatic it has either an a727 or an a904.
either a 700r4 automatic or a borg warner t5 manual
The automatic has one for the lock up torque converter
Not a chance.
As far as I can tell , the A4LD automatic transmission was used in the Ford Ranger from ( 1985 to 1994 model years ) *** transmission code " T " ***
If you are speaking of the full-size Bronco, then no. The automatic in the Bronco was either the E6, AOD, or E4OD, none of which were utilized by the 1985 Ranger. The Ranger used a few different types of Mazda and Mitsubishi transmissions in 1985.
6.5 quarts for a filter change.
Assuming it is automatic, read the dipstick, probably Dextron III.
Automatic transmission - 10 degress BTDC Manual transmission - 6 degrees BTDC
TRANSMISSION MODULATOR SEE IF IT BLOWS SMOKE OUT THE EXHAUST
Ford typically used the C6 For all 3/4 ton trucks.
Yes, you can, they are the same transmission, the final drive may be a bit different but it's all the same, you will have to use the engine mounts from the '85 as there were some minor differences in mounts, BUT the mount points are the same.
The 1985 with an automatic transmission has a dip stick close to the fire wall. using a funnel, fluid is added through the dip stick tube. In a manual transmission there is a plug on the drivers side of the transmission. The plug is removed and fluid is added through the bolt hole.
YES, It will bolt right up to it with no problems.
1985 A: Thomas J Sturevant invented the blue print, for the automatic transmission all cars and trucks run with today. In 1904 he designed an automatic tourer, which had an internal combustion engine ana a 3 speed automatic transmissions.
look at the pan, then go to your local auto parts store and ask to see a transmission pan chart
Sorry no, the 87 is a mk3 and the 85 an mk2 very little is the same if any.
That is called a shift shaft seal. Replace it.
NO, bellhousings are different.
Had the same problem a few weeks back.Mileage on 1986 cutlass supreme was close to 400,000 KMS(Canada). Sorry to say transmission needs to be rebuilt.