If its a manual transmission: There isn't one you have to pull the plug on the transmission itself.If its a automatic transmission: Its located near the firewall on the passengers side of the engine compartment.Hope this helps!
what type transmission fluid uses for a 1991 ford probe
Inside the transmission.
all you have to do is take the pan cover off. which is located just behind the raditor on the driver side. you do not have to take out the transmission to do so.
If The Probe Is an automatic then your car has CD4E Tranny in it. The pan for these trannys are on the front side of the transmission. They are not underneath it. Hope this helps.
Yes. Be sure to change the neutral switch from your probe as the mazda's will plug in but is wired different.
You check it and add fluid at the same place. Look on the transmission for a dipstick.
on an automatic trans through dipstick tube
between the engine and the drive wheels
CHANGE TRANSMISSION AND PEDALS CHANGE ALLL THE AUTOMATIC STUFF TO FIVE SPEED STUFF No you cannot put a 89 transmission in a 95. There were 2.2 in the earlier years the 89 transmissions will only fit from like an 89-92. Then from 93-97. Which have a 2.0.
assuming they are the same engine/transmission configuration (ie: 4cyl automatic or 6cpy standard or 4cyl standard or 6 cyl automatic) they are the same and should be interchangeable
Manual =2.9 quarts. Automatic =9.3 quarts
The quantity of transmission oil is 9.6 liters. It is important that Mercon oil is used, not Dexron or any other type.
its possible to do anythign, as long as you wanna put the work into it.. if its the same motor its easier...make sure you do all the pedals, and you will have to swap the computer too
The switch is just across from the battery located in the rad reservor, to remove it and clean the sensor probe, you have to remove the battery.
Inside the trans pan
no it is not , your looking approx. 8.5 hrs in and out to replace a probe transmission....
If you're talking about the VSS, it's located at the top of the transmission, above the transmission output shaft. It looks like a probe, but you're only going to see the top of it until you remove it.
The fuel cutoff / inertia switch is located in the trunk on the left side quarter panel under the carpet. Most have a rubber boot on them.
sounds like you need to replace the neutral safety switch. ignore the next answer i had the same problem with my 89 ford probe i just out it in park revd it up and it would go away but sometimes i had to hit the transmission with a hammer
The 1991 Ford Probe does not have a transmission fluid intake reservoir. All of the transmission fluid is contained in the transmission.
It is important to check and maintain the fluid levels while owning a car. The transmission dipstick of a 1993 Ford Probe is located behind the engine, to close to the firewall and it has a yellow cap.
in this case its ok to push the red button
Under the air cleaner box, on the right side of the transaxle.