There is no actual "plug". After draining the manual transaxle by unscrewing the bottom drain plug. Put the drain plug back in, then take out the speedometer sensor. There is a 10mm bolt that holds a bracket. Remove bolt and bracket and lift off sensor and speedometer shaft housing. Then remove the aluminum housing that contains the speedometer gear. It may require using a chisel. If you are lucky you won't destroy it by taking it out. Good luck! There is a stamp on the transmission housing describing where the fluid level should be.
On the lower front side of the transaxle housing. There is a threaded plug.
On a 1993 Ford Escort , 1.9 litre four cylinder engine : 1------2------3-----4 , transaxle ( transmission )
Use Dexron II ATF (automatic transaxle fluid)
On an A/T it is the same place you check the fluid level. On a manual transmission it is located under the car, on the side of the transmission near the top, usually driver's side.
type of fluid for 5 speed manual transmission
In the 1993 manual transmission Mustang the capacitie is 5.6 pts.
Automatic or manual?
According to Haynes Repair Manual #36071, 1993-2005 Ford Ranger pickups, all models: Manual transmission fluid type is MERCON automatic transmission fluid.
According to the manual, the automatic transaxle Drain and refill takes 4 qts. (3.8 liters); From dry including the torque converter) 8.9 qts (8.4 liters)
I know that a 1994 ranger with a manual trans. uses automatic trans. fluid
gm syncromesh synthetic