There is no transmission oil temperature sensor on a 1995 Ford Escort.
No. The 99 Escort takes a 97 to 02 transmission.
It can be done but it would not be cost effective. Better just purchasing another 1995 Escort with a standard transmission.
In the transmission cooler line. Two wire connector
It is either screwed into the pressure line on the side of the transmission, or it is inside on the valve body.
on the 1.9 engines it is located under and to the right of the dist.cap. its screwed into a hose and has wires plugged into it. $17.00
The temperature sending unit on the 1995 Escort is on top of the engine. It is mounted at the thermostat housing, where the top radiator hose comes in.
The speed sensor is in the engine compartment on a 1995 Nissan Sentra GXE automatic transmission. It is on the back of the transmission.
Between the engine and transmission ( transaxle )
In the Ford Escort LX this particular sensor is typically located in the engine. In particular if you are looking for this sensor it is important that you look on the driver's side of the engine.
It's on top of the transmission. You have to take the intake housing off to see it. It has the speedometer cable going into it and it has a bolt holding it in with a pinch clamp.
You can do anything you want with money but it would be much cheaper to just buy another escort that is a standard shift.
The 1995 Nissan: temperature sensor is located on the front of the engine. The coolant temperature sensor will be near the thermostat housing.