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Where is dipstick for transmission on 92 Ford Explorer?


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2012-12-16 00:17:42
2012-12-16 00:17:42

On a 1992 Ford Explorer :

The automatic Transmission Fluid dipstick is on the right side ( passenger side )

of the engine , near the firewall ( the manual transmission fluid level is checked

at the fill plug on the transmission , underneath the vehicle )


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