you've gotta drop the tank. Make sure it's empty. I mean bone dry.
drop the transmission pan and change the fluid and trans filter
If the F-150 has the Ford E4OD transmission, then yes, it will fit into the Ford Bronco. If it has the E6 automatic, however, you may have some issues.
Mercron / Dextron III
Inside the auto trans.
Carefully, cleanly, with the proper tools.
the manual trans should be dexIII auto fluid, sounds wrong but isnt, the auto trans i would think the same but not 100% on that
auto or man? auto change trans filter and add new trans fluid I'd use lucis trans fluid. cable could be streached
yes you can, but you will also have to change flywheel on engine to enable you to intall a clutch
6-speed or 4-speed auto
Answerauto trans their should be a drain plug on the bottom of the trans and a filler neck with the dipstick under the hood manuel trans again with the drain plug and somethimes its easiest to take out the shifter and fill it from the top also on the auto if their is no plug you may just have to take the pan offif your going to change the fluid on an auto tranny, you should do a service, drop the pan change the filter. 1st why are you changing fluid, is the transmission acting up?
they are a sealed gearbox.
Internal clutch pack might be worn. There might be a problem with the auto-trans "valve body", the filter might be plugged, but if that's the case the trans is through anyway. The torque converter is bad or the intire trans is bad
If it's an auto trans, it has the 4L60E.
That's how the AUTO shifts. Its normal if it takes a little longer.
yes you can . they make several conversion kits
no you can not tow a vehicle with an auto trans on a dolly if the drive axle is on the ground. the auto trans does not circulate fluid to the parts unless the engine is running.
Thw wrangler got the 4 spd about 2002. The 4 spd is better for fuel economy,
Auto trans fluid (atf)Auto trans fluid (atf)
DEXTRON AUTO TRANS FLUID
The only auto trans that will fit are the 94-95 AODE.
Auto or standard?