i don't think there are si automatic only 5 or 6 speed Manuel transmission
Basically the E4OD transmission is an electronic 4 speed transmission with overdrive.
No. Three speeds are normally without overdrive. There may be another transmission that you could replace it with to get overdrive.
There is no dipstick for the manual transmission , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission ( underneath the Explorer )
on the 5 speed manuel theres a plug on the side of the transmission, remove the plug and use a syphon pump to add fluid until it starts to pour out the hole. to remove the existing fluid remove the plug from the bottom of the transmission.
According to the 1996 Ford Ranger Owner Guide ( for North America ) Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the 5 speed manual transmission * approximately 2.8 U.S. quarts *
An overdrive transmission allows for less engine speed and thus greater engine economy. When in overdrive the transmission has a gear drive of less than then the engines speed. In the General Motors 4L60E Hydramatic transmission for example, in overdrive gear (4th) the transmission has a ratio of . 70. This means for each 1 rotation of the crankshaft, the output shaft of the transmission rotates . 7.
The four speed automatic transmission is a 3 speed with overdrive for highway use.
No. You have a 32RH transmission. It is a 3-speed automatic with a lockup torque converter, no overdrive gear.
The 1996 F150 owners manual shows : Both the Mazda and ZF ( 5 speed overdrive manual transmissions ) take Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid , and the ZF (5 speed overdrive manual transmission) used with the 7.3 L diesel takes Motorcraft SYNTHETIC MERCON
The 32RH is a 3-speed tranny, with no overdrive.