depending on what tranny it has in it normally about 12-13 quarts i would start with about 10 quarts and then start it and run through the gears and check it and add as needed
Be careful on this. I did it to myself . I install my transmission back on my 89 bronco and found out I didn't lock in the converter right and damage it. Cost me an extra $700 to repair the pump and new converter had the same systems as you.
have your transmission and torque converter checked
10.5 Quarts if the torque converter is dry also.
Ford discontinued the Bronco in '96.
The Ford Bronco transmission can use any SAE certified transmission fluid. Ford transmissions manufactured before 1979 will need an F type transmission fluid.
Its an A4LD.
I believe that is a ( C6 ) 3 speed automatic transmission with the 351 in a 1989 Ford Bronco
a complete donor truck
The C5 Transmission
Sure, but you will have to change many, many, many other parts along with the transmission. I would suggest purchasing a 1990 Bronco like yours that has a standard transmission to use as a parts car.
I had a 1989 automatic Bronco II and this did not bode well. I can't say which of these problems produced the hesitation, but the first issue was transmission failure. After I fixed that, I still had problems (or maybe it was sometime later) and I ended up needing an entire engine rebuild. My advice: unless you can fix a Bronco yourself, you shouldn't own one. They eat money after a certain point.
Drive to an exhaust shop
Yes it will but you may have some computer and driveline issues going from an a4od to an e4od
large bolt head located on drivers, side of transmission.
if its an automatic, and a four speed, E4OD?
vehicle has a aoutomatic transmission
No. They require entirely different products
It doesn't have a dipstick for the manual transmission , the transmission fluid level is checked at the FILL PLUG on the side of the transmission
Remove the inspection plate/dust cover from the bell housing. Disconnect the torque converter from the flex plate. Remove the drive shaft from the transmission. Separate the engine and transmission and support the transmission while you remove the flex plate. Replace the flex plate and put it all back together.
drop the transmission pan and change the fluid and trans filter
The automatic transmission dipstick is towards the passenger side of the engine beside the firewall
12 TO 14 QUARTS
Through the dipstick tube