Not very many difference.. the 4r44e transmission has a couple more electronic componets than the old A4LD. The 4.0 motors DO carry a differant converter..But the basic design is the same. When you get into the 5R55E that's where the difference is.
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the 4r44e is the light duty transmission, and the 5R55E is " suposedly " the heavy duty one. Made to work on the 4.o v-6. But either one will go out about every 100k or so.
Automatic or manual transmissions are available
1991-1996 Ranger automatic transmissions use Mercon type automatic transmission fluid.
how to rebuild a automatic transmissions on a 99 4x4 4.0 ford ranger
In the Ford Ranger , I believe that was ( 1985 ) with the A4LD
what are the years and kinds of Automatic transmissions that will fit in a 2.3l 97 ford ranger 4x2
Inside the transmission! Got to remove the trans oil pan to get to it.
Automatic transmissions used on Fords do not have a drain plug in the transmission pan
automatic transmissions do not have clutches. If it is slipping it may need adjustment but probably will need to be replaced.
According to the owners manual - Motorcraft MERCON V for automatic and manual transmissions
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for the 5 speed manual - YES ATF ! Motorcraft MERCON V - ATF for all the automatic transmissions in a 2001 Ford Ranger
According to the 2002 Ford Ranger owners manual , the automatic transmissions take Motorcraft MERCON V - automatic transmission fluid ( the type of fluid will be indicated either on the transmission dipstick or the handle )
The 2002 Ford Ranger owners manual shows : Motorcraft MERCON ATF ( automatic transmission fluid ) for the 5 speed manual trans. and Motorcraft MERCON V - ATF for the automatic transmissions
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for 5 - speed manual transmission ( YES - ATF ) Motorcraft MERCON V automatic transmission fluid for the automatic transmissions
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 *
I'm not a mechanic / technician but the automatic transmissions on a 2001 Ford Ranger would be electronically controlled , so there wouldn't be a modulator valve
Unfortunately , most automatic transmissions don't have a drain plug in the transmission pan , so the pan has to be dropped with transmission fluid in the pan . Can be quite messy !
The 2.9 engine is a completely different engine family than the 3.0. I had a '91 ranger with the 2.9, and that was coupled to a Mitsibushi transmission, where the 2.3, 3.0, and 4.0 engines with manual transmissions are all coupled to a Mazda r1 manual transmission. My point is this-I do not think that the transmission mounting is the same. There is 2.9 engines on e-bay on occasion.
No , starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were electronically controlled
If you are speaking of the full-size Bronco, then no. The automatic in the Bronco was either the E6, AOD, or E4OD, none of which were utilized by the 1985 Ranger. The Ranger used a few different types of Mazda and Mitsubishi transmissions in 1985.
1993-2005 Ford Ranger V6 3.0L engines are equipped with a timing chain. - Haynes Repair Manual #36071
According to this website;http://market.autopartsfair.com/ford-transmissions/find_product.HTML?model=ranger_2wd&year=1989You have an A4LD transmission whether it is a 2wd or a 4wd.Answerand what is funny is that tranny is so bad ford says it isn't a ford tranny..mercury designed it and ford made the "mistake" of using it for their trucks AnswerThere were three transmissions available in 1989. There was the Mitsubishi unit that was often coupled with the 2.9 liter engine and the Mazda M5OD (which is in my 1992 Ranger) for the manual transmissions. Then, there was the A4LD automatic.
It depends on the year.. but average: Highway: 22 miles/gal. Town: 16 or 17 miles/gal.
A4LD - 4 speed automatic
For a 1994 Ford Ranger, the manufacturer's recommendation is DEXRON-MERCON automatic transmission fluid.
Updated --- No, because starting in 1994 ford started using Mazda engines. So the 1999 ranger will have a whole different transmission than the 1993. Incorrect.-------- Mazda has manufactured transmissions for the Ranger since 1988. The model numbers are the same from 1988 to present, M5OD-R1, with the exception of the 1997 to present 4.0 SOHC, which uses the M5OD-R1HD transmission.