The tranny pan itself my not have a drain plug. The torque converters on fords have a drain plug and can be found in the front of the transmission where the torque converter resides. You can find this plug by turning the engine with a rachet on the crank or by gently turning the key without starting the engine. This will rotate the converter and youll find the drain plug. but to drain all the fluid you will also need to just drop the pan.
on the side
the transmission that is in a 1996 f150 is a 4r70w if automatic
There is no drain plug on this transmission.
Remove the Ford Ranger automatic transmission drain plug. The drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission. Allow the oil to drain out and replace the plug. Fill the transmission with new transmission fluid.
what causes hesitation on ford f150 truck
Mercon transmission fluid
Drop the transmission fluid pan. its there.
on side of transmission where linkage hooks up
There are a few transmission fluids that can be used in a 1995 Ford F150. The most common fluid used would be Mercon ATF,
It is on the bottom side of the oil pan. If you cannot find it, then you are not qualified to change your own oil.
Never found one on mine. But you do have a drain and filler plug.
a c6 transmission is the best match
A cooperative Ford parts department should provide a print out of the transmission for this vehicle.
The drain plug is a 15/16" socket on the m5od R2 transmission. I have heard of guys being able to use a 24mm in a pinch since it is only .007" larger than the 15/16".
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There is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission panThere is no drain plug, you must remove the transmission pan
I believe it is built into the altenator.
Should be a plug on the side of transmission - fill to this level
type f transmission fluid only
By removing the transmission from the truck, then removing the seal.
A transmission cooler is usually mounted just in front of the radiator.
A 2010 Ford F150 pick-up uses automatic transmission fluid.