If anyone could help i would appreciate it. It is checked and added through the fill tube. Clean everything with a clean dry cloth and replace the magnets if applicable. Now most of the dipsticks bolt in with one of the tranny bolts, you may need to chec … k to see is it has come loose or even maby broke loose. All manual transmission have a drain plug on the transmission pan. It has 150, 00 miles. With the funnel positioned higher up, you and fill with three quarts of Mercon.
It will only drip a few times once removed, but bleeding the valve afterwards is still needed. Feb 23, 2010 If it is an automatic the best thing to use is chrysler automatic trans fluid Most 1998 Ford F150s take Mercon V. There is a 10millimeter bolt holding the drive gear in place. Otherwise, the product you use will most likely be marketed as a Manual Transmission Fluid. Also you fill the trans thru the dipstick. I wasn't sure if it was loosing vaccum because of the leak.
This article needs additional citations for. Have a box of Band-Aids ready. Your owner's manual will list the location. You can do it if you take your time and don't get in a hurry. The transmission fluid is filled and checked at the speedometer cable drive gear hole. Any ideas why it runs rough? Remove smaller center bolt trans fluid should drip out at a fairly constant rate if not its low.
I would take a good look at the donor transmission and the original just as a precaution for the overall bolt pattern,and cross member where it would bolt together. This transmission unit includes a transmission case, valve body, tail shaft and housing, torque converter automatic only , and all internal lubricated parts. Fill with Mercon or Mercon V Mercon is what the Users Manual calls for, and Mercon V is an allowed lternate. You could have a :. Remove the bolt, slide the clip towards the passenger side, pull the gear up and out with the cable attached. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
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. It does have a bad oil leak on the timing chain seal. There is no need to drain the brake fluid before removing your old cylinder. It should be a compatible change. Remove bolts holding tranny to bell housing. He had mine down in 3 hours. Make sure you use the proper fluid and the correct amount.
There will be two plugs in the transfer case. Attach a second hose to the other fitting and put it into the transfer case through the fill hole. The transmission uses a hydraulic clutch setup and has an internal slave cylinder, which is a source of frustration for anyone having a slave cylinder failure, as it requires the entire transmission to be removed. I say green light for the change. Assemble in reverse order, fill tranny with appropriate lubricant.
The gear is used as a dipstick and the fluid is put in through the hole. On an auto transmission the dipstick is on the passenger side near the exhaust manifold close to the firewall. Then the entire dash is simply moved back out of the way to expose the heater box. Both are for Ford Vehicles. Undo all the bolts carefully keeping them in the same order so they can be put back in the exact spots. The Fill bolt and Drain plug are a 17mm Allen Bit. The 5 speed manual in a 4x4 with the 4.
The fluid is supposed to be even with the bottom of the fill plug hole. Even though the b2000 is a smaller cubic inch engine the transmission should bolt exactly as the b2200 engine. I would expect that the factory calls for gear lube, but you can use Redline Manual Transmission Lube regardless. The dipstick is color yellow or red. The Haynes manuals are a joke, don't waste your money buying one.
To check the fluid you will need to get under the truck and remove a check plug. Pull the stick wipe it off and place it back in the transmission. The ford tech said he would show me which bolts to remove. It starts good but once it warms up it wants to stall and the engine light flickers. If you simply cannot find two dipsticks under the hood, it's under the engine cowl.
Clean off the old gasket carefully so you dont dent or scratch… locate the transfer case. The price differs with the part of the country you live in. Don't forget The inside end of your drain bolt has a small magnet … ic tip which is used to collect fine metal filings. The torque converters on fords have a drain plug and can be found in the front of the transmission where the torque converter resides. Sep 05, 2010 Transmission fluid is located inside the transmission fluid pan. There is no manual to tell you how to do this job unless you get one from a ford technician.