I believe the fill plug is on the driver's side of the 5 speed manual transmission - on a level surface , clean the fill plug before removing and check to see if fluid level is level with the bottom of the opening . If it is not add the recommended transmission fluid until it is.
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Normally by starting the engine and putting in park while idling. Remove the transmission sip stick, wipe it clean, reinsert and remove and check the level. Make sure the engine and transmission is at operating temperature, and the car is sitting on a level surface. This is not true of ALL vehicles. Try looking in the owners manual for instructions, or it may be written on the dipstick. manual trans plug is on drivers side about halfway up, automatic has the dipstick on the pass side near firewall.
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To clean the inside headlight lens on a ford ranger just simply remove the cap and clean.
According to my Chilton's repair manual : The 1991 to 1995 Ford Ranger / Ford Explorer vehicles use either type " F " automatic transmission fluid or Ford Premium Power Steering Fluid meeting Ford specification ESW-M2C33-F , ensure that the fluid added to the power steering pump is new and clean ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you use type " F " automatic transmission fluid , make sure it has an ( 8 ) digit Ford registration number beginning with " 2P " printed on the fluid container
The engines in a 1993 Ford Ranger are fuel injected , so there is no carburetor
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there's a fill plug on the front of the case. if your going to go through the work to add fluid, you should drain all of it and clean off the magnet on the end of the drain plug.
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Your owners manual will list this information. It should also be listed on the dipstick. Pull it out, wipe it clean, and look carefully.
You don't clean them - you replace them.
I believe the fill plug is on the drivers side of the transmission - with the vehicle level , clean the area around the fill plug and then remove the fill plug and see if the fluid level is level with the bottom of the hole. ( IT IS THE UPPER PLUG , THE LOWER PLUG IS THE DRAIN PLUG )
No. HD motor oil is designed to lubricate engine internal components and in most cases contains detergents that help keep the engine clean. If it were a manual transmission and you had to add oil in an emergency situation to get to a repair shop, yes HD motor oil could work. If it is an automatic transmission, NO!!! This would destroy the transmission. Jim
Request a manual from the maker.
Under the hood, find the automatic transmission fluid pipe. Consult your owner's manual if you do not know where this is. Pull out the dipstick and wipe it clean. Reinsert the dipstick and pull it out to check the fluid level. The fluid should be at the "full" line.
Mostly, they come with manual transmission but the expensive models also came with automatic 4- speed transmission. Source: GREATCAR written by Quentin Wilson
Follow instructions in the owner's manual.
Follow the instructions in the owner's manual
Follow instructions in owners manual.
Get an owner's manual or take it to a gunsmith.
Park on a flat surface, apply the hand brake so the car is idling. Locate the transmission dipstick, rear of the engine, and wipe clean to read. The fluid should be clear. Add to reach the marking that says add.
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I'm not familiar with your vehicle and model, but hopefully this answer will help you, until an expert comes along.Generaly, all manual transmissions have a threaded hole, closed with a plug, on the side of the transmission. The plug and hole is located at the "full" level. It will be somewhere near or above the midpoint [top to bottom] of the transmission.If the plug is on the bottom of, or is low on the side of the transmission, this IS NOT the fill plug, but is FOR DRAINING the transmission. BE SURE YOU KNOW WHICH IS WHICH AND USE THE CORRECT ONE!!! Now that I think about it, all manual transmissions I have seen, have both fill and drain plugs. Obvious logic.To check the level and/or to add fluid, remove the fill plug [BE SURE to clean ALL dirt and debris from the plug AND the area around AND ABOVE the fill hole BEFORE REMOVING the plug!].When the plug is out, if the transmission is full, the fluid level will be AT the bottom edge of the hole. If not, add fluid until it is up to the bottom edge of the hole. Then clean the threads on the plug, and reinstall.Hope this helps, good luck.AnswerGreat answer by Johnny. I might add that some Mazda's use A/T fluid in the manual transmission and some use lube. Be sure and install the correct one.