I have a 1989 e-150 van- 4.9 6 cyl. These vans do not change much from model to model and year to year. Your 350 dipstick should be in the same position as the 150. To get at the dipstick you must partially remove the air filter compartment. Let's assume you are standing in front of the van facing the engine compartment. - lossen the 2 clamps on the right of the air filter and disconnect the 2 hoses. - disconnect the hose going over the top of the air filter. - pull the air filter compartment up slightly and disconnect the plastic air intake on the left of the air filter from the air filter compartment. - now, look into the space behind where the air intake was (slightly toward your left). You should see the white cap of the transmission filler. It's pretty well hidden and you may need a flashlight to locate it. Pull the dipstick out. Its about 3 feet long. FYI - this is were you would add fluid. Also, you should check the level with the engine running and temp above 50 degrees.
A 1994 Ford Econoline Van uses standard Mercon type transmission fluid. This fluid is used extensively in most Ford vehicles.
Mercon V if it has an A/T.
Most transmissions fill through the dip stick. The reason for the larger dip stick than the engine oil.
to the transmission, not the engine
It is important to use the right type of transmission fluid in a car. The 1997 F350 Diesel uses Mercon III transmission fluid.
Transmission fluid is fine...dextron III
If it is a Diesel the answer is NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!!! USE OF STARTING FLUID IN A DIESEL ENGINE WITH GLOW PLUGS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE( BLOW HEADS OFF WORST CASE)
You fill the transmission fluid on the 1988 F250 diesel at the dipstick of the transmission. You will need a filler funnel in order to keep spillage to a minimum.
theres a fill on the transfer case
there will be a dip stick in the engine compartment
where is says transmission fluid only read the caps it tells you
Fluid is overfull, or there is water in the fluid.