The manual transmission on a Ford Ranger should be changed on a regular basis. Fill the transmission with any good quality regular or synthetic transmission fluid.
Should be a plug at the side of transmission - fill to this level
it should fit as they both have the same engine but is it manual or automatic
Should be a plug on the side of the transmission about 1/2 up- fill to this point
Should be on firewall, should have a couple harnesses plugged into it
On a 2000 Ford Ranger : On a manual transmission , underneath the vehicle , on the transmission will be a fill plug . With the vehicle level the fill plug is cleaned and removed to check the fluid level ( the fluid level should be at the bottom of the fill plug hole )
When parking uphill in a car with a manual transmission you should park with the transmission in what?
Motorcraft MERCON ATF ( automatic transmission fluid ) according to the 2002 Ford Ranger owners manual
Ford specifies Mercon Automatic Transmission fluid in the manual trans.
Around 19 City and 24-25 Highway with manual transmission. Automatic may differ.
Should be a plug on the side of transmission
Only if it has a posi traction or limited slip differential.
you dont put transmission fluid in a manual transmission. you need gear oil, and it should be done by a transmission shop
It should be a mazda transmission most likely
there is a small plug in the side of the tranny you need to take the plug out if you can see the fluid it is ok should be level with the hole.
manual transmissions don't have dipsticks. you have to check it at the hole in the side of your transmission. It will most likely be in about the center and have a hole that the ratchet will fit. or look like a big bolt head sticking out. the fluid should be up to the bottom of the hole.
Should be a drain plug in the bottom of transmission Should be a fill-check plug in the side of transmission
i have a 4.0L with a 5 speed manual transmission and i get about 22 miles per gallon This depends on the engine/transmission application for your particular vehicle.
MERCON . Simply stated, There is no substitute. 80W-90 Gear oil because mecron is to thin
Should be a drain plug at bottom of transmission Should be a fill plug at side of transmission - fill to this level
Should be a plug at the side of the transmission - fill to this level
Should be a plug on the side of transmission - fill to this level
SAE 75W 90 should tell you in owners manual
should be atf but check owners manual for more information
If it is a manual transmission there is not one. if its auto it should be near the fire wall.