It depends on what is wrong with it. That is kind of like asking how do I fix my house? It could just be that the floor needs mopped, or the whole house needs torn down and rebuilt. Your transmission might just need some fluid added, or it might need a complete overhaul, or even a replacement. The question is too broad to answer successfully here. Can you narrow it down? What were you told is wrong with it?
To fix a standard transmission leak on a 1993 Ford F250, simply take it to a mechanic.
take it to a transmission shop
change the gas cap they need to breath or they will cause them to vaperlock
Probably the speed sensor on the transmission.
It would be a good idea to pick up a Ford Tempo owners guide or repair manual to find the location. Not only that, but if there are future problems you'll be able to fix them considering the repair is not major. I know Ford Tempo thermostats go for about $15 bucks. http://www.93Tempo.Citymax.com
go to autozone for a free diagnostic check & the computer will tell you what is wrong ie map sensor. idel air control . mass airflow sensor
depends on what needs to done, the transaxle is the transmission
Let it thaw. or... It should fix the car if your nicer to your wife.
You take it to a Transmission Shop and have them work on it. When it starts slipping that generally means something is wrong. Good Luck and Remember.Change Your Mind, Not Your Oil.Use the First In Synthetic Motor Oil's.See My Bio For Information & Contact Details.
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.
Take it somewhere and get somebody that knows shat they're doing to fix it.
The car needs a tune-up, or the motor mount(s) are bad.
Check for broken motor mounts.
go ask a mechanic
get your transmission services soon
The problem could be the output speed sensor on the transmission or the speedo head it self. A scan tool would be helpful
that depends greatly on what is wrong with them.
It depends on where it is leaking. If it is the lines it is cheap. Anything else it is not.
it is inside the transmission you can't fix that in your driveway take it to tranny shop
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Wikipedia.org is a good source of information, despite the claim that "you can change the information", which usually will get changed back in an hour anyway, or you can just google keywords such as if you were looking up how to fix a transmission in a ford focus you'd put "ford focus"+fix+transmission
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if it has a clutch, the clutch needs replaced. if it's an automatic, it needs to be overhauled by a dealership or competent transmission shop.