According to the 1997 Mercury Tracer Owner Guide : For the automatic and manual transaxle ( transmission ) ( Motorcraft MERCON Multi Purpose automatic transmission fluid )
On a 1997 Mercury Tracer : The AUTOMATIC transmission fluid dipstick would be on the side of the transmission ( transaxle ) in the area of the brake fluid reservoir . The manual transmission ( transaxle ) does not have a dipstick
where is the transmission fill on the mercury tracer
I have a '93 ford escort 1.9, I always use mercron automatic transmission fluid. Use Mercon but do not use Mercon V.
There is no change transmission lamp.
Well if you're doing your standard fluid/filter change, just measure how much you removed, and replace that much.
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The tranny ( or transaxle / transmission ) on a 1993 Mercury Tracer is in the engine compartment bolted to the engine on the drivers side of the engine
Should be a plug at the side of the transmission- fill to this level
On the 93 escort, brother to Tracer, there was only a breather valve at the top of the transmission and fluid needed to be added by removing an access bolt OR it had a small yellow dipstick at the top of the transmission.
there is a transmission cooler inside your radiator and it must be leaking. probably replace the whole assembly
A speed sensor on a 1998 Mercury Tracer is located on the transmission housing of the vehicle. It is placed on top in a secure location to safely measure the speed the transaxle spins.
Down the tube that holds trans dipstick.
24 city / 32 highway / 5 speed manual transmission 23 city / 26 highway / 3 speed automatic transmission According to fuel economy . gov ( U.S. gallon )
They certainly do. The coolant lines run from the transmission into the radiator, normally the bottom driver side.
you can also look the car up as a Mazda 323 its the same carTry an import auto parts store. The 1989 Tracer shows to be a 1989 MERCURY TRACER-IMPORT. .
Mercury Tracer was created in 1987.
I believe it's dextron/mercron II
I was looking at the ( 1996 ) Mercury Tracer Owner Guide and it shows that the engine cooling system capacity for the manual transaxle ( transmission ) is 5.3 U.S. quarts and for the automatic is 6.3 * it came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and antifreeze , so it would take ( 2.65 to 3.15 quarts of antifreeze ) for a 50 / 50 mix ( manual / automatic )
Auto: fill through dipstick tube Std. Plug at side of transmission - fill to this level