how do you check or add transmission fluid in a 2004 Ford Explorer?

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Answered: My 1993 ford explorer 4.0 engine is leaking ...

Believe it or not, a bad radiator cap can cause that problem. Another thing you might want to check on. Once in a while a frost plug will develop a leak, especially in an older engine. There is a sensor, but I'm not sure just where it is. If you're sure the leak is on the passenger side, on ...

Answered: Where do I check and add transmission fluid on a 1993 Ford f250?

http://www.ford.com/owner-services/maintenance-service

Answered: I put to much transmission fluid in my 1990 toyota ...

Have you hot tested the transmission?. You can take the car to a workshop where they can easily drain the extra oil out. Cheers.

Answered: Hello i am curious when is transmission fluid to change. how many

read your owners manual. it will give the makers recommendation on fluid changes. I recommend that you monitor the transmission fluid level about every six months. if the fluid on the dip stick smells burnt, have the transmission flushed and new fluid added. (not just 3 or 4 quarts, flush out all ...

Answered: 2003 Ford Explorer drives okay, but tries to stall or even dies when

seen related issues with your problem and best suggestion is to replace plug wires.you will be supprized in better millage and performance plus plugs if havent had them changed for a while.

Answered: We changed the Transmission fluid in my 2005 S 80 ...

I cant understand what you have done? When you change transmission fluid you drop the transmission pan to drain and also change a small filter in there. Next you put on a new gasket and put the cover back. you refill back through transmission dipstick tube untill it reaches proper level (with engine ...
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