It is located on the left side of the car facing the engine toward the back. Should be marked TRANSMISSION.
If auto--through the dipstick tube If standard through side plug in transmission
Assuming you have a automatic transmission the dipstick should be located under the hood, behind the engine, on the passenger side.
I it is a manual transmission it has no dipstick. If it is A/T it is located on the front of the transmission near the engine block. It is very small and has no tube. Look carefully.
In between the air filter and the raditior
The transmission dipstick is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment, adjacent to the evaporator case.
You are going to need a long funnel as it goes into where you pull the dipstick for the transmission fluid out
rear passenger side of engine
You can add transmission fluid through the dipstick tube on an automatic. If it's a standard, there will be a plug on the side of the transmission. Fill it using a suction gun or pump. Fill it until it runs out.
standard engine has about 280-345 horsepower ======================================================== A 1990 Ford Mustang 5.0 is rated at ( 225 horsepower from the factory )
if it is an automatic then yes, if it is a standard transmission then no
Yes! if its just the transmission, and no bellhousing, its a 25 minute swap, i think there might be about 8 or 9 bolts to remove including the driveshaft.