Here are the checks if there is no drive in drive range; Oil level, oil pressure, manual linkage, 1-2 shift solenoid valve or TCC solenoid valve, forward servo assembly, 1/2 roller clutch, drive axles, oil pump. #3 check ball, torque converter, drive link assembly, input clutch assembly, input sprag, input sun gear assembly, input carrier, reaction carrier assembly, output shaft, forward band assembly, parking pawl spring, final drive assembly or final drive sun gear shaft. Pull the pan and check the fluid, if it smells, is discoloured, and there are any metal fragments in the pan and/or filter, the transmission must be replaced or rebuilt. Due to the copmplex nature of an automatic transmission, rebuilding is not for the DIY'er, even replacement on this particular vehicle is very difficult and requires a hoist and special tools.
Inside the transmission on the valve body.
According to http://autos.msn.com (EPA reporting):3.5 litre 6cyl engine MPG: 19 City/ 27 Highway3.8 litre 6cyl engine MPG: 19 City/ 30 HighwayAccording to http://fueleconomy.gov/ (consumer results):3.5 litre 6cyl engine MPG: 17 City/ 25 Highway3.8 litre 6cyl engine MPG: 17 City/ 27 Highway
Computer controlled and not adjustable, if idle is to slow or fast. check and clean the ( IAC ) idle air control valve. this is what controls idling on many of todays cars.
The AW 4 automatic transmission uses Dextron 2 transmission fluid.
hello it can be done a little involved depends on wether its a 6cyl or 8 cyl vehicle
6 degrees BTDC - manual transmission 12 degrees BTDC - automatic transmission point dwell at idle RPM ( 35 - 38 ) point gap ( .024 - .026 )
AX-15 in 6cyl AX-5 in 4 cyl
The E40D transmission takes 14 qts. of Dexron 3 when the pan and converter are drained. The manual transmissions take about 3 qts of Dexron, not the regular 90 wt.gear oil.HTH. Mike
With the 3 speed manual transmission, 94 mph.With the automatic transmission, 97 mph.
where is the temp. sending unit located on a 1999 ford ranger xlt 6cyl 3.0l .Gauge does not work.
I believe it is around 3 1/2#.
The dipstick is a special tool only available to the dealer.
Yes the ax15 is the right trans for the 6cyl.
With manual 3 speed transmission, 88 mph.
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the 5 speed manual transmission according to the 1997 Ford Mustang Owner Guide
With 3 speed standard transmission, 93 mph.With 2 speed automatic transmission, 90 mph.
No the 4cyl and 6cyl transmissions are different.
Yes. They share the same bolt pattern at the bell housing to the block.
1999 Dodge Intrepid 2.7L SFI DOHC 6cylThe Spark Plug Gap.054 (In thousandths of an inch)
the ford site says 14.2 for a 3.0L 6cyl
No. Bell housing patterns are different.
bigger transmission and rearend on a V8 dart.
Chrysler ATF+4. Works for both 4cyl (30RH) and 6cyl(32RH)
Is it built in to the egr next to the brake fluid reservoir?