The procedure varies with the vehicle. It is spelled out in the owners manual or sometimes on the dipstick. The normal procedure is to drive the vehicle until it is at normal operating temperature, 10 miles, will accomplish this. Park on a level surface. Start the engine and place in park. Remove the dipstick and wipe clean. Reinsert the dipstick and remove and check the level. Do not overfill as this can damage the transmission. The add mark is normally one pint. On some vehicles you check cold and with the vehicle not running. Read the owners manual.
Drop the transmission fluid pan. its there.
the transmission that is in a 1996 f150 is a 4r70w if automatic
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for the transfer case in a 1996 F-150 according to the owners manual
about 7 quarts
Mercon transmission fluid
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in your 4x4 transfer case
type f transmission fluid only
It's either transmission fluid or power steering fluid. Some fords use transmission fluid for the power steering. Check both fluid levels as per your owners Manual
There are a few transmission fluids that can be used in a 1995 Ford F150. The most common fluid used would be Mercon ATF,
At the fill plug on the manual transmission underneath the Ford F-150 On a 2001 Ford F-150 the manual transmission takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid Check with the vehicle level , the fluid is supposed to be up to the bottom of the fill hole