Motorcraft MERCON automatic Transmission Fluid for the transfer case in a 1996 F-150 according to the owners manual
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in your 4x4 transfer case
According to the 1996 Ford F-150 Owner Guide ( 2.0 quarts / 1.9 liters ) of Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the Borg Warner 1356 transfer case
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid
The fluid level ( MERCON ATF ) should be at the bottom of the FILL hole when you pull the FILLER plug on your transfer case
check metal tag on transfer. for info.
Drop the transmission fluid pan. its there.
transfer case is prolly blown up
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Well this is a fairly straight forward process. You're going to have to remove both drive-shafts at the transfer case, they can hang there. Then remove the electrical connections at the speed sensor and the 4 wheel actuator. Drain the fluid out of the transfer case. Be careful, there will be fluid coming out between the case and the transmission when you get the bolts out of the transfer case. I believe they are 13mm headed bolts. About 6 of them. If your stout enough, you can separate the transfer case, let it swivel down from the alignment dowel pins and slide it out without the use of a floorjack. The case itself isn't very heavy at all. Good luck.
about 7 quarts
DOT 3 brake fluid ( meeting Ford specification ESA-M6C25-A ) is used in your 1996 Ford F-150
Look under the lower dash by the transfer case shifter.
the transmission that is in a 1996 f150 is a 4r70w if automatic
you put the brake fluid inside the master cylinder
under the dash, above the radio. take out speedometer module to get to it
No that won't work,it's a completely different parts number.
No, 97-03 F150's have a 5x135 lug pattern.
Transfer case is bolted onto the transmission its a straightforward boat and boat out type of transfer 10 days if you have the BW 4406 we shouldn't be that hard but you will have to remove the cross member and have something to lower it down with because it's very heavy
It goes from you speedometer down you engine bay to the transfer case (if that's a 4X4) or into your transmission (4X2)
A 2010 Ford F150 pick-up uses automatic transmission fluid.
Mercon transmission fluid
Im not sure, but why the hell would you want to do this?
DOT ( 3 ) brake fluid
DOT ( 3 ) brake fluid