there are addditives at the local autoparts store you can use to raise the fluid . get the kind that prevents shuddering
A 4EAT transmission in an Escort/Tracer should take Mercon III. If it takes anything but Mercon III, like Mercon V, it will say it on the dipstick. So if it doesn't say, or just says "Mercon," then it takes Mercon III.
All 1998+ Transmissions Takes MERCON V. DO NOT USE MERCON/DEXRON III IT WILL DAMAGE YOUR TRANSMISSION.Depending on transmission work done in the past, 1996+ Transmission may take MERCON or MERCON V.If in doubt, use MERCON V.
no. That Jeep takes atf +4 and nothing else. ATF +4 and dextronIII/mercon are not compatible
The automatic transmission takes Motorcraft MERCON - " V " - automatic transmission fluid The transfer case takes Motorcraft MERCON - automatic transmission fluid
It takes Mercon ATF.
Your vehicle takes MERCON V ATF in your transmission. Ford has free down-loadable owner manuals on their website.
Usually nothing to watch since it takes about a few days to a month for anything to happen. But if anything does happen it will be visual blurriness or a nasty headache.
It takes 3.785 liters.
One gallon of water takes up 231 cubic inches.
Ford cars use Mercon V transmission oil, not Dexron III or Mercon. A full change takes 13 quarts of transmission oil.
The 1994 takes Mercon transmission fluid
a gallon or so
It takes 8 pints to make one gallon.
According to the 2006 Ford Explorer owners manual : The 5R55S automatic transmission takes Motorcraft MERCON - V - automatic transmission fluid The 6R60 automatic transmission takes Motorcraft MERCON - SP - automatic transmission fluid
There will be no problem if you accidentally took two such tablets. It takes about three weeks normally to get the full effect of medication normally.
1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup =0.23 gallon
Yes, they do take same space.
It takes four trees to make one gallon of syrup; if it takes 100 to make 25, that is four trees per gallon.
Which Manual Transmission is it? There are 2 types offered for the ranger, one does take 85/90W, the other 'Believe it or not takes Mercon Transmission Fliud. Mine is a 93 4.3 liter 5 speed, it takes the Mercon.
The 5 speed manual transmission in a 1998 Ford Ranger ( in North America ) takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid
There is no standard length of time that it takes for a gallon of water to freeze. The amount of time it takes for a gallon of water to freeze can vary depending upon many different things such as temperature.
1/5th of a US Gallon. Takes Five fifths to equal 1 gallon.
none that millimeter is a measurement of length the gallon of the space a liquid takes up
it takes mercon v atf transmission fluid in all ford mustangs
That would depend on which transmission you have According to the 1999 Ford F-150 owners manual : The 4 R 70 W automatic transmission takes ( Motorcraft MERCON - V - automatic transmission fluid ) The 4 R 100 automatic transmission takes ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) The 5 speed manual transmission takes ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) If the automatic transmission has a dipstick check the handle or the dipstick , the type of transmission fluid should be indicated