Nope. One ratio of trany was sold in the US only. The tire often get changed to the improper size and can throw off the calibration by as much as 5mph.
Top of the transmission...
side of transmission thru speedometer cable port
First check the speedometer cable going into the top of the transmission. If it is not broken the instrument cluster must be replaced.
Look up 1991 ford escorts manual transmission speedometer
Bought a used '90 Probe; a dealer repair involved adding transmission oil through the fitting that houses the speedometer cable. On the '90, that was seized; a replacement part was available only from Mazda. (The '90 has a Mazda 5 speed manual transmission.)
Yes, It was available with a T-56 6 speed.
Assuming you mean automatic transmission, yes.The 5-speed manual transmission that was offered in previous years is no longer available.
The cable runs from behind the instrument cluster, through the firewall, to the transmission. I have a manual transmission and it mounts on the driver's side of the transmission.
according to the owners manual this could be related to a problem with the ABS. I have the same problem and am looking for a diy solution. also from the owners manual the ABS controls the transmission , and my transmission is shifting roughly, which is what I noticed before I noticed that the speedometer wasn't working.
The speedometer sensor is located on the top of the transmission. It is held on by one bolt. Remove the bolt and gently pull and turn the speedometer sensor and the whole assembly will come out of your transmission. is that on a manual or auto tranny? or is it in the same place for both?
Yes, a 4x4 truck can have a manual transmission, now if the question is if the Dodge Ram 4x4 is available with a manual transmission, I don't know.
no. different motor series. but the motor and transmission is
I have the same problem; so far the problem seems to be in the transmission. Maybe the gear that drives the speedometer gear, won't know without taking transmission apart.
It can have either the standard 3-speed manual transmission, the optional 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission, the 4-speed manual wide-ratio transmission available with the first two power plants, and 4-speed manual close-ratio transmission available with the top two power plants.
A manual transaxle requires 2.9 quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid. Fill at speedometer cable connection.
I know on my 97 ford aspire i was told to fill the manual transmission where the speedometer cable goes in on the top of the transaxle. There is one bolt that holds it down and then it just screws off.
Next to the firewall on the transmission the speedometer cable enters the transmission. There is a bolt that will let you remove the speedo cable. This is were you fill the transmission. Fill until it is copletly full.
No such stats are really available. The majority of them are still manual, though.
Manual transmission is when you use the shift stick to shift to different gears in a car instead of driving without shifting gears,which is auto transmission.
You need to remove the speedometer sending unit from the transmission - this hole is the hole you put new fluid in. Trace where the speedometer cable (mechanical cable, not electrical) is going, it starts on the firewall behind the dash cluster.
You'll need a transmission manual. Available at your local auto parts store.
In manual transmission you have to manually switch gears in your car's gearbox. This is done by usings clutch pedal and gearstick. Car with manual transmission is much more responsive to you're driving and is considered far superior to automatic transmission.
You have to remove the speedometer housing from the transmission. The lube plug is behind there. There will be multiple marks to denote fluid level. You want it to be in the middle.
yes, the manual transmission is the same in the 1993-1997 model and the 1998-present model. it is the Mazda M5OD-R1 transmission There are differences that you will need to fix: the '98 has an electronic speedometer sensor, the '93 had a gear drive cable. the tail housing and gear inside can be swapped. Also the hydraulic clutch fitting is slightly different so the slave cylinder needs to be swapped. easy fix. I know because I did it.
remove the speedometer cable where in enters the tranny and that is where you check/fill