Will a 1988 FWD bronco 2 transmission fit a 1987 2wd ranger?
no the transmissions are different and it wont work.
I believe there is an information sticker that can be seen with the drivers door open Transmission code " D " is a Mitsubishi manual transmission Transmission code " X " is a Toyo Koygo 4 speed manual transmission Transmission code " 5 " is a Toyo Koygo 5 speed manual transmission on a 1987 Ford Ranger according to ( www . the ranger station . com , no spaces , click on Tech Library…
Your 1988 Bronco II was towed and when you picked it up they did not reengage the transmission How do you reconnect it?
Updated --- No, because starting in 1994 ford started using Mazda engines. So the 1999 ranger will have a whole different transmission than the 1993. Incorrect.-------- Mazda has manufactured transmissions for the Ranger since 1988. The model numbers are the same from 1988 to present, M5OD-R1, with the exception of the 1997 to present 4.0 SOHC, which uses the M5OD-R1HD transmission.
In a 1988 Ford Ranger : If you have the Mazda 5 speed manual transmission ( transmission code " M " ) it takes ( 2.8 U.S. quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have a Mitsubishi 5 speed manual transmission ( transmission code " D " ) it takes ( 2.4 U.S. quarts of 80 - 90 W gear lube )
POSSIBLY A LOOSE GROUND WIRE AT LEAST THAT IS WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR ON MINE,GOOD LUCK! The most likely cause on the late 80's Bronco & Ranger for headlight problems is the failure of the Dimmer switch connection. I had to completely replace the connector & switch on my '88 Bronco II to resolve the problem.
I'm not sure what you mean by what size, but if you are talking about how many speeds, I believe the early 1988 Broncos came with a 3-speed transmission and the later 1988s came with a 3-speed with overdrive. Most of the information I've found online shows that the 1988 came with the 3-speed, but I own a 1988 (it was built towards the end of 1988) and it has the 3-speed with overdrive.
Will a 3.0L engine out of a 1988 ford mini van automatic replace a 2.9L in a 1988 ranger manual 4X4?
The 2.9 engine is a completely different engine family than the 3.0. I had a '91 ranger with the 2.9, and that was coupled to a Mitsibushi transmission, where the 2.3, 3.0, and 4.0 engines with manual transmissions are all coupled to a Mazda r1 manual transmission. My point is this-I do not think that the transmission mounting is the same. There is 2.9 engines on e-bay on occasion.
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I have a 1990 Ford Ranger XLT 5 speed 4x4 2.9L standard transmission. I recently had this question and this is what my manual says: For 1988 and on Mitsubishi transmission use SAE 80W transmission fluid For 1988 and on Mazda transmission use Mercon automatic transmission fluid For the transfer case '88 and on, it uses the Mercon automatic transmission fluid. The differentials use a "high grade lubricant" that is a different fluid than the…
Look on the dip stick, it should read use only mercron. I know it call for type F, but make sure it has mercron on the lablel. I made the mistake of having my transmission flushed and the service man put the wrong kind in. When I went to pull a small lawn mower trailer the fluid sprayed out on the rear of the Bronco. Hope this helps, Wayne