The starter is bolted to the transmission bell housing with two bolts and hangs under the vehicle on the passenger side. Whether an old starter can be repaired or not depends on what is wrong with it, and on whether or not you can even get parts. More often than not, it is more cost effective to just get another starter.
If they are both automatic transmission , or both manual transmission , they have the same part numbers for a 1993 and a 1995
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : Looking into the engine compartment from the DRIVERS SIDE ( a flashlight would be helpfull ) the starter is LOW DOWN at the rear of the engine where the automatic transmission is bolted to the rear of the engine
For a 1995 Ford Explorer ( 4x4 ) In miles per U.S. gallon / highway auto matic transmission ( 18 ) 5 speed manual transmission ( 20 )
If this is an AUTOMATIC transmission ( NO ) * starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer , the automatic transmission was electronically controlled ( I don't know about the 5 speed manual transmission )
On my 1995 Explorer , with the 4.0 L OHV engine , the starter is on the drivers side of the engine , mounted low near the back of the engine in front of the transmission
On my 1995 Ford Explorer with the 4.0 liter OHV , V6 engine , the starter is on the drivers side of the engine , low down , where the transmission is bolted to the engine
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ( for automatic and manual transmissions )
The automatic transmission in a 1995 Ford Explorer is electronically controlled
My Haynes repair manual for the Ford Explorer ( 1991 thru 1995 ) shows MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the automatic transmission
According to motorcraft . com , the automatic transmission in a 1995 Ford Explorer only is used on the 1995 and 1996 models , so no
Starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer the AUTOMATIC transmission was ELECTRONICALLY controlled ( so the answer would be no )
The automatic transmission dipstick is just to the left of the engine ( when you are standing in front facing the engine ) near the firewall , the manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick
( 10 U.S. quarts ) for the entire system - transmission , torque converter , lines , cooler etc. according to my 1995 Ford Explorer owners manual To drain and refill pan only : 2.7 U.S. quarts - 2 wheel drive 3.0 U.S. quarts - 4 wheel drive according to my Haynes repair manual
4R55E automatic transmission
No , starting with the 1995 Ford Explorer the automatic transmission was electronically controlled
The transmissions from 1991 - 1994 Ford Explorers are the same. So the 1995 transmission is different.
The 1995 is a 4R55E ( electronically controlled transmission ) and the 1991 to 1994 Explorers use an A4LD automatic transmission
I'm not a mechanic/technician but the 1995 Explorer transmission is a 4R55E (electronically controlled) transmission and the 1992 Explorer is an A4LD transmission so I don't think so .
YES ... you don't even have to read to much into the book to find out either ... It says it on the cover of the manual it's for a 1996 Nissan 200sx ES ...
1995 was the first year an electronically controlled automatic transmission was used in the Ford Explorer ( I believe it was called the 4R55E ) In the 1992 Ford Explorer an A4LD automatic transmission was used
The automatic transmission used in the 1995 Ford Explorer is a ( 4R55E )
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : ( fuse # 24 is a 15 amp mini fuse for the starter relay )
motorcraft.com shows 1995 and 1996 ( for the automatic transmission )
Model 4R55E automatic transmission
For a 1995 manual transmission grand am, the fluid capacity is 2.0 quarts for a complete drain and refill. The fluid type is 80W90 transmission oil.