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About 1.25 liters of oil goes in the rear axle of a Ford transit. It takes 75W90 oil when you replace it.

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To have a mechanic replace the oil pump on a Ford Transit Connect van the price is anywhere from $598 to $755 for labor. The cost of the pump is from $36 to $49.

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Air transit is a much faster transportation method than car transit. It will also cost much less if you are using air transit outside of the holiday season.

The oil filter on a 2001 Ford Transit is located underneath the front of the vehicle. The covering isÊmade of both metal and plastic and is attached to the engine.

Oil in water usually means head gasket gone.

Clutches don't usually need oil. Check your vehicle manual !

Normally just below a hole...

Depends were the oil is coming from? Gasket seal blown? burst pipe? cracked oil sump etc......

Oil Can = Fill up oil, low oilSpanner = Service needed

Depends on the kind of transit you are using. Mine was about $150

Transit advertising costs will vary on location and quantity. Check out the below website links for average pricing for transit ads.

Just before the sump it is insert type

European public transit is much more advanced than the United States.

The oil filter can be found on the right side of the engine, near the back of the engine. The oil filter is more easily viewed from beneath the engine.

It takes about 4 hours on New Jersey Transit from Manhattan to Sommerville.

The energy uses of the transit system is much less than the many personal cars.

The Ford Transit is a light commercial vehicle that is usually used as a cargo van. There are passenger Ford Transits, but they are much less common. The Ford Transit SWB, or short wheel base, is produced in Germany.

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