Should be a plug at the side of the transmission - fill to this
On a 1991 Ford Explorer : The A4LD automatic transmission uses MERCON automatic transmission fluid according to my Haynes Ford Explorer repair manual * the type of fluid used should be engraved into the automatic transmission fluid level dipstick
My Haynes repair manual for the Ford Explorer ( 1991 thru 1995 ) shows MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the automatic transmission
A 1991 Chevy Camaro with a manual transmission needs Dexron II ATF fluid. It provides lubricant and cooling to the transmission.
No ( according to my Haynes Ford Explorer repair manual , 1991 to 1995 , type " F " automatic transmission fluid is used in the power steering )
According to my 1991 through 1995 Haynes Ford Explorer repair manual : ( type " F " automatic transmission fluid is used as the power steering fluid )
They've had the manual transmission option always. I believe 1991 was the first model year.
is it an automatic, or manual shift?
I recommend syncromesh
Dextron 3 automatic transmission fluid. now known as domestic automatic transmission fluid. Yes it is a manual but they used the same stuff. It just lubricates the needle berrings.
Type F - automatic transmission fluid or Ford Premium Power Steering Fluid meeting Ford specification - ESW - M2C33 - F ( according to my Chilton repair manual )
The transmission fluid capacity for a 1991 S10 5 speed manual transmission is approximately 3 quarts. This can be purchased at any auto parts store.
The automatic transmission is an A4LD in a 1991 Ford Explorer
For ease of shifting, dexron transmission fluid is best. the other alternative is 80/90w gear oil.
Should be a plug on the side of the transmission - fill to this level
I use Mercon Depends on make, model,............