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Where do you add transmission fluid in a 1994 Ford Explorer with a manual transmission?


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2009-05-05 18:48:17
2009-05-05 18:48:17

Where do I add transmission fluid to a 1994 Ford explorer with a manual transmission?


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According to my Haynes repair manual : For a 1994 Ford Explorer A4LD automatic transmission : ( MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used )

no , only with the manual transmission for the hydraulic clutch

According to my Haynes repair manual : For a 1994 Ford Explorer A4LD automatic transmission : ( MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used )

Any Dextron/Mercon III automatic transmisison fluid will work in that manual transmission. The dealer recomends Mercon mulitpurpose automatic fluid. Macs Transmissions 281-394-4951

According to my 1991 through 1995 Haynes Ford Explorer repair manual : ( type " F " automatic transmission fluid is used as the power steering fluid )

I believe the manual transmission uses MERCON automatic transmission fluid

The MANUAL transaxle does not use transmission fluid. All 1994 Toyota manual transaxles use API GL-4 or GL-5 (oil grade), 75W-90 or 80W-90 (viscosity) gear oil. DO NOT USE TRANSMISSION FLUID which is meant for an automatic transaxle.

The manual transmission in a 1994 Cherokee uses 80 W 90 gear oil, not ATF.

I know that a 1994 ranger with a manual trans. uses automatic trans. fluid

Should be a plug at the side of the transmission- fill to this level

For your manual transmission , I believe it is on the drivers side

Depends on which one you have. Manual Transmission, AX-15..........6.5 pintsManual Transmission, NV3500.......4.2 pintsManual Transmission, NV4500.......8.0 pints

No, dipstick. Fluid level is checked through a plug on the side.

In a 1994 Ford Ranger : The 5 speed manual transmission ( trans code " M " ) takes ( 5.6 pints / so less than 3 U.S. quarts ) of MERCON automatic transmission fluid

The transmission diagram is available on many car enthusiast websites or on Ford Explorer forums. It is also available straight from the manufacturer.

There is a fill plug on the side of the 1994 Camaro transmission. Remove the plug to check the fluid. The fluid should be high enough to be just before running out of the plug hole.

More than likely it uses transmission lube, which is way heavier than transmission fluid. But, saying that, there are some manual transmissions that do use A/T fluid. Check your owners manual for the correct lube for your transmission. Installing an improper lubricant will ruin the transmission.

transmission fluid is in the transmission

My Haynes manual says to fill it by removing the speed sensor.

If its a manual transmission any 5w-30 oil will work fine. However I personally use Honda's specific manual transmission fluid, available at any Honda dealership.

I have a 1993 Ford Explorer. There is no fill plug for transmission fluid. I imagine that the 1994 Ford Explorer would be similar. To fill, use a funnel and pour the transmission fluid directly into the tube that holds the dipstick. Do not fill past the full line on the tank below.

If you have the owners' manual, check it. If not, the 1992 Rangers' Mazda 5-speed manual transmission called for MERCON ATF..yes that's correct; Automatic Transmission fluid goes in the manual transmission. You can fill it through the Hex- bolt hole located on the driver's side of the unit near the middle.

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