On 2001-2002 Explorers there is no dipstick. With engine running & transmission warm & reasonable level you must access the drain plug seal under the transmission. You will find a large nut(drain plug) & within it is a 3/8" Allen plug. Holding the large nut w/a wrench unscrew the Allen plug and if a small dribble comes out your full. Replace plug & your set.
This Ford's idea of a "sealed unit."
Actually , starting with the 2002 ( 4 door ) Ford Explorer , there is no automatic transmission fluid dipstick
Actually , starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) the automatic transmission doesn't have a dipstick
actually , it doesn't have one
Actually , it doesn't have one ( since 2002 on the 4 door Explorer )
I believe that is Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid , pull your transmission dip stick out and confirm with printing on dip stick
The 2002 and newer Ford Explorer 4 door models do not have an automatic transmission dipstick
There is no dipstick for the manual transmission , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission ( underneath the Explorer )
Use a funnel and add it through the transmission dip stick tube, a very little at a time.
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
Starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer 4 door there is no automatic transmission dipstick
Starting in 2002 on the Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) there isn't a automatic transmission dipstick
No , starting with the 2002 model Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) there is no dipstick for the automatic transmission
Is this in the automatic transmission fluid pan . What I have read from another contributor is that it is the plug put in the transmission by the factory that is pushed in when the dip stick tube is installed .
Starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) there is no automatic transmission dipstick
Starting with the 2002 model , there is no automatic transmission fluid dipstick on the Mercury Mountaineer ( and the Ford Explorer , 4 door )
Not on the 2002 Ford Explorer - 4 door ( first year of generation 3 ) Ford has a way of checking / adding from underneath if a leak is suspected or the transmission performance is declining yes but where do you check the fluid level?
The 2004 Mercury Mountaineer does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick . I know that the 2002 and newer Ford Explorer four door versions do not have a dipstick for the automatic transmission fluid level .
I believe Ford Explorer 4 doors from 2002 and newer don't have a transmission dipstick - Ford has a way of checking from underneath the vehicle (Helpfull)
Where is the transmission dip stick located on a 2000 Ford Expedition and where do you insert the transmission fluid at?
The F750 was not in production in 1993.
in the transmission dip stick tube with a funnel
Through the transmission dip stick hole.
Assuming we are talking about an automatic transmission, you remove the transmission dip stick and pour fluid into the dipstick tube.
Ford manual transmissions do not have dipsticks like most Ford automatics do The manual transmission fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission