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What automatic transmission works in a 1990 Ford Ranger 4x4 extended cab with 2 9 liter engine?

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2008-04-06 12:14:36
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Check out www.motorcraft.com look up parts by VIN - click on more Enter your VIN - click on find - click on product category Scroll down list - Select transmissions - in group list click on transmissions Select 4 wheel drive / continue I believe it is an A4LD

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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 *

Standard cab with a 4 cylinder engine and automatic transmission is rated at 5600#. Standard cab with a 4.3 V6 engine and automatic transmission is rated at 6000#. Extended cab with 4.3 V6 engine and automatic transmission is rated at 5500#.

it should fit as they both have the same engine but is it manual or automatic

The recommended automatic transmission fluid is DEXRON-MERCON, and it requires 3 quarts.

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

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

As long as it is the same engine, you also have to swap some other parts out such as the clutch petal.

The transmission is bolted to the back of the engine

The transmission is bolted to the rear of the engine

The transmission is bolted to the back of the engine

Yes, but you have to remove the automatic transmission housing, and you have to replace the Torque Converter with a standard transmission clutch that matches the type of transmission with which you are mating the engine.

Ford offered two transmissions that year. A 5-speed manual transmission was standard with the 2.3-liter, four-cylinder engine as well as with the 2.9-liter, V-6 engine. A 4-speed automatic was optional. A third engine, a 4.0-liter, V-6 offered the 4-speed automatic transmission only.

Locate the fill tube located at the back of the engine near the firewall; remove the dipstick (or check it); insert funnel and fill.

what size engine do you have ? Is it an automatic or manual transmission ? Is this a California vehicle ? It is not a California vehicle, and it is a 351 cummins 2-barrel manual transmission

According to the 2001 Ford Ranger Owner Guide : For the 4.0 liter V6 engine : The engine cooling system capacity is : ( with manual transmission / 13.0 liters / 13.7 U.S. quarts ) ( with automatic transmission / 12.5 liters / 13.2 U.S. qyarts )

A better question is why would you want to put a ranger transmission on a mustang

Around 19 City and 24-25 Highway with manual transmission. Automatic may differ.

The problems may be overwhelming. The onboard computer may not be able to handle a different transmission. It all depends on the interconnectivity between engine, computer and transmission.

It is easier to remove the engine separately. The torque converter bolts must be removed to separate.

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