I use 75w90 gear oil or 80w90 works fine on the weight.I would stick with standard gear oil and not use synthetic if it has alot of miles more than 100,000.Brand wise valvoline is fine,or coastal sold at advance auto or auto zone do great.Stay away from the valvoline durablend it does not do well with higher mileage transmissions or rear end axles.I change my transmission and rear end oil about yearly due to age of the truck and helps on the cold/hot temperature change.My recommend after 23 years of ownership of mine.
The transmission oil goes in thru the dipstick tube.
If a transmission speed sensor fails, the transmission will default to second gear.
If it has the 4 speed transmission, there are two speed sensors on the front of the transmission, one for input speed and one for output speed. If it is the 3-speed transmission, the sensor is underneath the car on the back of the transmission where the passenger side CV axle goes into the transmission, to the left of the inner joint.
Mercon automatic transmission fluid.
If it has a 4-speed transmission, it has 2 speed sensors, one for input speed and one for output speed, located on the front of the transmission. If it has a 3-speed transmission, it is located under the vehicle on the back of the transmission, where the passenger side CV axle goes in, to the left of the inner joint.
It is a gear that plugs into the transmission. There is a cable coming from the firewall that goes to the transmission.
I use Mercon Depends on make, model,............
It goes through the dipstick..
Your speedometer doesn't work.
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in your 5 speed manual transmission on a 2000 F-150
6 speed manual or 4l60 auto