FAT refers to Floor Automatic Transmission while AT means Automatic transmission in case where shift lever is installed at the steering column
If you have an automatic transmission it is on top of he steering column just before it goes through the firewall. If you have a manual transmission it is on the transmission.
On the dash where the steering column attaches, right there with the blinker arrows.
Try either at the lower end of steering column or attached to the linkage on the transmission
You can fit a manual transmission into an automatic Ford Mustang as long as you have the same engine but you will have to change a lot of things. Depending on the year, you would have to change things like the computer, wiring , steering column to add the clutch, etc. It would be better to buy one that's a 5 speed already.
Assuming this is also called the neutral/park safety switch, it would be found on the lower portion of the steering column (column shift) or in the console (floor shift). You will not find it on the transmission itself.
yes 1973 to 1983 will work because this is before 1984 when wipers moved to the column in the full size trucks. it will bolt right in directly. good luck
On a 2002 Ford Explorer : The automatic transmission gear selector lever is on the steering wheel column ( if you are asking about the automatic transmission fluid level dipstick , starting with the 2002 model year of the Ford Explorer four door , there isn't one )
It may be a broken or damage steering column. It may need to be replaced.
the neutral safety switch is located in the steering column,not on the trans.it is part of the switch that the main plug on the column plugs into.