Transmission Fluid
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What is the type of transmission fluid needed for a 1993 ford ranger five speed with hydraulic clutch?

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2005-10-20 02:08:49
2005-10-20 02:08:49

Generally 80W90 GL5 will work in any manual transmission. This is a multi-purpose transmission oil available at the mart stores or home centers, and any auto parts stores.

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