The exact location of the transmission modulator valve on your Ford Mustang is dependent upon the year of the Mustang. Most of the time the transmission modulator valve will be on the back of the transmission.
Transmission Modulator 1996 ford mustang can not find location
A modulator valve is located inside the case, in front of the modulator.
If you mean the modulator valve for the transmission its on the side of the transmission. Under the car.New Answerthe 1987 ford crown vic with a AOD overdrive transmission does not have a modulator valve
On the Ford A4LD automatic transmission the modulator valve is on the passenger side of the transmission ( it might be behind a heat shield )
On a 1994 Ford Explorer : The modulator valve is on the outside of the A4LD automatic transmission , on the passenger side of the transmission , I believe it is behind a heat shield
Starting with the 1995 model of Ford Explorer the automatic transmission was ELECTRONICALLY controlled , so there is no modulator valve
modulator valve on the transmission.
On a 1992 Ford Explorer ( A4LD automatic transmission ) I believe the modulator valve is on the passenger side of the transmission , BEHIND a heat shield
Transmission Modulator Valve? Location=Right hand side of the transmission close to the rear .Covered by a heat shield because of the heat from the exhaust.Do not lose the pin after removal.Verify replacement modulator .Make sure it's your type.C3 transmission modulator look almost identical.Verify measurements at pin location .
I believe that is on the passenger side of the A4LD transmission behind a heat shield
located on the top of the transmission directly parralle from the catiletic converter
On your 1989 Ford Ranger : The vacuum modulator valve is on the passenger side of the A4LD automatic transmission ( it might be behind a heat shield )
On a 1994 Ford Explorer : The modulator valve for the A4LD automatic transmission is on the passenger side of the transmission ( I believe it is behind a heat shield )
theres is not a valve it has tvcontrol cable and ecm controls the rest
on the pasenger side of the transmission in the casing towards the front of the transmission pan
on the passenger side of the transmission about 2/3 thirds of the way back it will have a vaccume line hooked to it !
I believe it's on the passenger side of the transmission behind a heat shield
ON THE FRONT SIDE OF THE ENGINE TOWARDS THE BOTTOM DRIVER SIDE WHERE THE TRANSMISSION PLUG IS. IT STICKS IN THE TRANSMISSION
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe it can if the automatic transmission uses a modulator valve that has a vacuum line connected to it because the vacuum comes from the engine . If there is a problem with the modulator valve then the transmission fluid could be sucked into the engine
On the A4LD automatic transmission I BELIEVE it is on the passenger side of the transmission behind a heat shield
I'm not a mechanic / technician but the automatic transmissions on a 2001 Ford Ranger would be electronically controlled , so there wouldn't be a modulator valve
Need to be more specific. What modulator?
Starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer model the transmission is ELECTRONICALLY controlled ( so there is no vacuum modulator )
Remove the vacuum hose from the modulator valve. If you see any fluid in the valve or the hose, it is defective.
On a 1993 Ford Aerostar : The automatic transmission modulator is on the passenger side of the transmission ( it might be behind a heat shield )