On a 2000 Ford Expedition : The type of automatic transmission fluid to use should be engraved into the dipstick or on the dipstick handle
The transmission dipstick on a 1999 ford expedition is located on the Passengers side near the firewall / Back of the engine. It should be color Red or Yellow.
The Transmission dipstick is located on the passengers side next to the firewall it should be red or yellow color dipstick.
The automatic transmission fluid dipstick is on the passenger side of the engine by the firewall
The 1997 Ford Expedition Owner Guide shows Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ( it should show the type used on the transmission dipstick )
the dipstick for the tranmission is on the drivers side in the back of motor.
I cannot find the transmission lipstick on my 1998 F-150 with a manual transmission.
I was checking the 2000 Ford Expedition Owner Guide and it shows the transmission fluid requirements are indicated on the transmission dipstick or the dipstick handle . Either ( Motorcraft MERCON-V for the 4R70W ) or ( Motorcraft MERCON for the 4R100 )
According to the engine compartment drawing in the 2004 Ford Expedition Owner Guide , the automatic transmission fluid level dipstick is located between the battery and the engine ( 4.6 and 5.4 ) * I sure wouldn't be looking for it in that location
The shift cable for a 1998 Ford Expedition allows the transmission to be shifted throughout the available gears. It is linked directly from the shift lever to the side of the transmission.
The type of fluid required is written on the dipstick.
The manual transmission does not have a dipstick , there will be a fill plug somewhere on the transmission body
2003 Ford Explorer 4 door models do not have an automatic transmission dipstick , Ford has a way of checking from underneath the Explorer
I don't think it was designed to have one.
The type of fluid to use should be engraved into the automatic transmission fluid dipstick on a 1998 Ford F-150
Get a small funnel and put it in through the dipstick hole.
Starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) the automatic transmission does not have a dipstick
No , the E4OD automatic transmission that is used with the 5.4 liter V8 engine in a 1998 Ford Expedition does not use a clutch
Starting in 2002 the Ford Explorer 4 door does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick
Starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer 4 door there is no automatic transmission dipstick
Starting in 2002 , the Ford Explorer 4 door does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick
A manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick
The dipstick cover is labeled Transmission Fluid. Transmission fluid on a 2000 Ford Mustang is added in the neck of the dipstick tube after the dipstick has been removed.
The automatic transmission fluid dipstick is just to the passenger side of the engine by the firewall