The transmission fluid for the automatic transmission is added through the automatic transmission fluid dipstick located to the passenger side of the engine near the firewall , use a funnel
1993-1996 automatic transmission: MERCON automatic transmission fluid (NOT MERCON V) 1993-2005 manual transmission: MERCON automatic transmission fluid (NOT MERCON V)
You can use any kind of SAE certified automatic transmission fluid in your 1993 Nissan Pathfinder. You can check the automatic transmission fluid level with the transmission dipstick.
According to my Haynes Ford Explorer repair manual : ( MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the transfer case of a 1993 Ford Explorer )
how to put transmission fluid in a 740il BMW 1993
The automatic transmission fluid dipstick should be near the firewall , in the engine compartment , just on the right side ( passenger side ) of the engine The manual transmission does not have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked underneath the 1993 Ford Explorer at the fill plug on the transmission
Automatic or manual?
A 1993 Honda Accord automatic transmission requires 2.5 quarts of fluid.
A 1993 Honda Civic automatic transmission holds 2.9 quarts of fluid. The factory recommendation is Honda Genuine ATF-Z1 automatic transmission fluid. An alternative is a DEXRON II (now replaced by DEXRON III).
Through the dipstick tube
Castrol Transmax import multi vehicle automatic transmission fluid
Automatic transmission fluid
It does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the transmission pan from the bottom of the transmission to drain the fluid.
Ford Mercon, Type H specifications. Also, the OEM dipstick should also tell you.
According to Haynes Repair Manual #36071, 1993-2005 Ford Ranger pickups, all models: Manual transmission fluid type is MERCON automatic transmission fluid.
You check it and add fluid at the same place. Look on the transmission for a dipstick.
Manual transmission fluid type ....... MERCON automatic transmission fluid. - Haynes Manual #36071 - 1993-2005 Ford Ranger Pick-ups.
For a 1993 Ford Ranger , 5 speed manual transmission : ( trans code " M " / Mazda ) It takes 2.8 U.S. quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid
The 1993 Ford Explorer used an A4LD automatic transmission and the 1996 Ford Explorer 4.0 L - V6 uses a 4R55E electronically controlled transmission , so I would say no
Starting with the 1995 models of the Ford Explorer the automatic transmissions were ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED ( so , the answer would be NO )
Automatic trans fluid has three basic types: Mercon for older Fords, "Dexron plus three" for Chrysler and plain Dexron for everything else. You need ordinary Dexron Automatic Transmission fluid
Just like all automatic transmission cars, remove the oil pan.
Use Dexron II ATF (automatic transaxle fluid)
on an automatic trans through dipstick tube
nothing but genuine Honda ATF.