if you look in your manual it will tell you what to use if not i use the oem and you can call napa and they can tell you what to use
I would use a Mercon type 5 Transmission Fluid. The automatics in these cars are hard on the fluid. The Mobil 1 fully synthetic is a good choice. Kind of pricey at $7.00 a quart, but a whole lot cheaper than a rebuild. Change the filter and keep the level where it says to on the dipstick. Check it hot and with the engine idling.
Improved answer?: Hayes manual says Mercon, which has now been replaced with a general use fluid called ATF.
Also the recommended Transmission Fluid is usually stamped into the dipstick for your transmission.
the transmission fluid for a 1996 ford escort is type MA.
Mercon automatic transmission fluid.
I have 97 Escort LX with 2.0 engine and auto transmission; Theowners manual calls for MERCUR type ATF
It takes Mercon ATF.
Use Mercon ATF.
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the automatic and manual transaxles according to the 1999 Ford Escort owners manual
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ( according to the Owner Guide )
According to the 1997 Ford Escort Owner Guide both the automatic and manual transaxles ( transmissions ) take Motorcraft MERCON multi - purpose automatic transmission fluid
According to the Owner Guide , Motorcraft Ford type " F " Automatic Transmission and Power Steering Fluid ( Ford specification , ESW-M2C33-F )
What type of transmission fluid do I need for 94 ford explorer
Yes, if the 1999 Ford Escort also has an automatic transmission. The transmission type is a F-4EAT Application: * 1991-2002 Ford Escort * 1998-2003 Ford ZX2 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_F-4EAT_transmission
what type transmission fluid uses for a 1991 ford probe
call your local ford dealer they'll tell you whats the right type i would use mercon v
Type F Automatic Transmission Fluid
No F is ford type fluid.
Mercon transmission fluid
A 1994 Ford Econoline Van uses standard Mercon type transmission fluid. This fluid is used extensively in most Ford vehicles.
The Ford Bronco transmission can use any SAE certified transmission fluid. Ford transmissions manufactured before 1979 will need an F type transmission fluid.
The type of automatic transmission fluid to use should be engraved on the transmission fluid dipstick
Mercron v auto transmission fluid
Ford type F only.
The automatic transmission has a total fluid capacity of just less than six quarts and you should use Dex/Merc ATF or Mercon ATF. The transmission fluid should be changed every 30k miles.
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".