What type of fluid does a 1966 thunderbird use?
Mercron transmission fluid is used in a 1978 Ford Thunderbird. Type F fluid can also be used but should not be mixed.
For a 1994 Ford Thunderbird : ( DOT 3 brake fluid , meeting Ford specification ESA-M6C25-A )
Type F Automatic Transmission Fluid.
There is no difference in Power Steering Fluid. Use any off the shelf at your local auto parts store, or department store.
It takes just regular tranny fluid.
The 1996 Ford Thunderbird owners manual shows : " use only power steering fluid that meets Ford specification ( ESW - M2C33 - F ) such as Ford premium Power Steering Fluid , ( E6AZ - 19582 - AA ) or is an equivalent ( TYPE - F ) automatic transmission fluid with a Ford registration number ( an 8 digit number beginning with " 2P " ) printed on the container
What type automatic transmission fluid will your 1964 Ford Thunderbird use its owners manual specifies Type A?
all Fords prior to 1977 used type F. Update: Type FA. Unfortunately, Type FA is very difficult to find, and I think Valvoline is the only maker now. Most folks nowadays use Type F for their old T-Birds. Some use Mercon. Either way, if you're unsure which type of fluid may be in your '64, I would suggest draining the transmission fluid and using Type F. Drain the the converter as well. If your transmission… Read More
Use a tranny funnel and add through the dipstick tube.
What type of transmission fluid do you use in the 1966 3 speed manual transmission 200 cylinder mustang?
That transmission uses 80-90w gear oil.
I,m assuming this is an automatic "FordOmatic" transmission. The owners manual calls for the old A type, but the new ford F type is all you can get and it works fine. I use it in my 57 tbird. If the transmission is a stick shift use 90 sae gear oil. Jesse Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
10w30. The brand is a personnal choice. I use Pennzoil.
My 1991 Mustang 5.0 LX came from the factory with ( 5W-30 ) I ASSUME your Ford Thunderbird would be the same
An 86 Blazer does not use a special type of brake fluid. Standard fluid from any auto parts will work fine.
5W-30 , and it's best not to use the cheapest brand.
The 240 Series Volvos use standard type power steering fluid. This type fluid is available at most any auto supply store.
Check the owner's manual to see if it specifies any specific type of fluid you need to use, if not, any type of power steering fluid should be fine.
"Honda Genuine" transmission fluid is the correct fluid type. Specifically use this type or it will cause damage.
Have the fluid changed/flushed to the proper type as soon as possible.
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Originally it was type A fluid. Dexron will be the replacement fluid.
It is important to use the right type of fluids in a car. This car can use ATF 4 transmission fluid in its transmission.
Use Dexron II transmission fluid.
Use Ford Type F fluid.
You should use "Honda Power Steering Fluid" ONLY!
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A person has to use the right type of fluid in a vehicle to help it run its best. The 2002 Mitsubishi eclipse RS uses DOT3 brake fluid as clutch fluid.
Type A is an automatic transmission fluid. It is used as a power steering fluid in some limited vehicles. You must use the exact fluid that is recommended by the manufacture of your vehicle. Use anything else at your own risk.
You can use ATF+3 with all older Chrysler transmissions. Do not use ATF+4 Dexron, Mercon, or any other fluid.
You can use any type of SAE certified radiator coolant fluid, in your 2000 Camry. The fluid should have a rating of 120 degrees to -35 degrees Fahrenheit.
Just use the regular dextron tranny fluid.
You must use HONDA Automatic Transmission Fluid only. Other type of ATF for temporary use.
I believe that the type of fluid to use is engraved into the automatic transmission fluid level dipstick
The type of automatic transmission fluid to use should be engraved on the transmission fluid dipstick
40wt transmission fluid 40wt transmission fluid
On a 2000 Ford Expedition : The type of automatic transmission fluid to use should be engraved into the dipstick or on the dipstick handle
DOT ( 3 ) brake fluid
Mercon transmission fluid
Use Dexron III. Do not use any substitute or universal fluid.
If available, use Rotunda automatic transmission fluid, ford part # c1az-19582-b (ford spec) or equivalent, and if not available, use automatic transmission fluid marked "type A, suffix A".
You can use any type of SAE certified transmission fluid in your 1997 Chevrolet Blazer. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.
The type of transmission fluid to use should be engraved into your automatic transmission fluid dipstick ( at least it is on the newer model years )
According to the 1997 Ford Thunderbird Owner Guide it came from the factory with ( green color antifreeze ) Ford specification ( ESE-M97B44-A ) mixed 50 / 50 with distilled water
It is important to maintain the fluid levels of a car with the correct fluid types. The transmission fluid type for a 1998 VW Jetta is Universal ATF or ATF 1 fluid.
Toyota T-IV type automatic transmission fluid as stated in the owners manual. Mobile 1 makes a compatible fluid: Mobile ATF 3309 Do not use any fluid that does not meet T-IV requirements.
Same fluid which is used for brake fluid dextron
All you need is BRAKE FLUID, DOT 3 fluid.
Use only Honda P/S fluid.
DOT 3 brake fluid
the transmission fluid for a 1996 ford escort is type MA.
DOT 3 brake fluid