It is easier to remove the engine separately. The torque converter bolts must be removed to separate.
automatic or manual transmission ?
underneath the engine
The engine oil dipstick is on the drivers side of the 4.0 liter V6 engine in a 2000 Ford Ranger Also , the AUTOMATIC transmission fluid dipstick is to the passenger side of the engine , near the firewall , where the automatic transmission is bolted to the rear of the engine * the manual transmission does not have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked underneath the vehicle on the side of the transmission
According to the 2003 Ford Ranger Owner Guide : ( Motorcraft MERCON - V , automatic transmission fluid is used in the automatic transmissions with all engine sizes ) * the type used is indicated either on the automatic transmission fluid dipstick handle , or it is engraved into the automatic transmission fluid level dipstick *
For a 1994 Ford Ranger, the manufacturer's recommendation is DEXRON-MERCON automatic transmission fluid.
An automatic transmission on Ford Ranger holds three quarts of transmission fluid. That is after you drain all the old transmission fluid out.
it should fit as they both have the same engine but is it manual or automatic
That would be a version of the A4LD automatic transmission
The recommended automatic transmission fluid is DEXRON-MERCON, and it requires 3 quarts.
is a 95 automatic 4cyl ford ranger transmission compatible with a 94 ranger 4cyl?
Looking from the front of the engine I believe it should be at the back of the engine by the firewall , just to the left of the engine for your automatic transmission dipstick
Remove the Ford Ranger automatic transmission drain plug. The drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission. Allow the oil to drain out and replace the plug. Fill the transmission with new transmission fluid.
1991-1996 Ranger automatic transmissions use Mercon type automatic transmission fluid.
Yes if they both have the same engine size and both are either 2wd or both are 4wd.
The automatic transmission fluid dipstick is near the firewall , towards the passenger side of the engine in the engine compartment . The manual transmission fluid level is checked underneath the vehicle at the transmission fill plug
The transmission fluid capacity for your truck, automatic transmission would be 3 quarts.
A4LD - 4 speed automatic
The type of automatic transmission fluid to use is stamped on the automatic transmission fluid dipstick according to the 1997 Ford Ranger owners manual
As long as it is the same engine, you also have to swap some other parts out such as the clutch petal.
( Motorcraft MERCON V ) automatic transmission fluid according to the 1998 Ford Ranger owners manual
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for 5 - speed manual transmission ( YES - ATF ) Motorcraft MERCON V automatic transmission fluid for the automatic transmissions
1993-1996 automatic transmission: MERCON automatic transmission fluid (NOT MERCON V) 1993-2005 manual transmission: MERCON automatic transmission fluid (NOT MERCON V)
In a 2001 Ford Ranger the automatic transmission fluid requirements will be indicated on the automatic transmission fluid dipstick or the handle ( Motorcraft MERCON - V according to the Owner Guide )
manual or automatic transmission