12qts with the torque converter drained. It will be far less if you have just removed the pan and filter.
5.7 quarts for automatic transmission
can you answer the question i have a 1990 ford ranger with a Mazda manual transmission what fluid does it require
if it is an automatic then yes, if it is a standard transmission then no
If the Prelude is an automatic, yes, you use automatic transmission fluid. If it's a manual, there's manual transmission fluid. As much as possible, purchase the manufacturer (Honda) branded transmission fluid.
Mercon Automatic Transmission Fluid, ATF.
Unless it has a sealed for life transmission, you put fluid down the dipstick, where you check the fluid level.
Use only genuine Honda ATF-Z1 automatic transmission fluid and nothing else. Do not use any other fluid that claims to be compatible.
It holds 5 quarts
It depends on if it is a manual transaxle or an automatic transaxle. If it is a manual transaxle, you can use any SG-rated 5W30 motor oil. If it is an automatic transaxle, then you need DEXRON II Automatic Transmission Fluid.
My Haynes book says that all Ford Taurus(es) & Mercury Sable(s) from 1986-1990 use Motorcraft Type F automatic transmission fluid for the power steering fluid. The transmission fluid doubles as the power steering fluid.FYI 1986 and 1987 automatic trans-axle fluid is Motorcraft Type H automatic transmission fluid and 1988 onward is Motorcraft Mercon automatic transmission fluid.The brand doesn't matter so much as the right type of fluid.Hope this helps.
Total capacity is almost nine quarts.
Only use the ATF+4 no matter what your owner's manual say's.
Try changing the transmission fluid and filter
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700 R4 transmission.
Yes, there is a transmission in a 1990 Mazda RX7 convertible.
Automatic uses Mopar ATF+3 or +4 Manual uses 80w90
I need to know the same thing but for those who tag it as adding transmission fluid, you're wrong. The automatic has a separate differential with its own fluid.
You can add transmission fluid through the dipstick tube on an automatic. If it's a standard, there will be a plug on the side of the transmission. Fill it using a suction gun or pump. Fill it until it runs out.
I have a 1990 Ford Ranger XLT 5 speed 4x4 2.9L standard transmission. I recently had this question and this is what my manual says: For 1988 and on Mitsubishi transmission use SAE 80W transmission fluid For 1988 and on Mazda transmission use Mercon automatic transmission fluid For the transfer case '88 and on, it uses the Mercon automatic transmission fluid. The differentials use a "high grade lubricant" that is a different fluid than the transmission uses. I used Haynes. Look on page 1-2 for a list of all the lubricants and fluids and Chapter 7 for more information about the different transmissions.
The automatic transmission temperature sensor, on your 1990 Mitsubishi, is located on the top of the transmission. The sensor will have to electrical wires going to it.
total capacity is about 9 quartstotal capacity is about 9 quarts