Question about 1990 Ford Mustang
How to remove the auto transmission
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The bbest thing is tok take in for repairs.
You have internal issue with the clutches , bands, and possible valve body, and shift soleniod issues.
Posted on May 13, 2009
It would be easier to pull the engine and trans together. Seriously. Thats a big trans for what space you have. Pullingjust the trans is going to be extremely messy and 90% of handling will be manual labor since the engine will have to be tilted sharply. Then there's the torque converter to deal with. It can be done, but just the separating of the engine and trans will be a job, The firewall clearance should be eyeballed very close because the trans has move back. It will be a job if you've never done one before, Good Luck_Ned_ CCall out if you run into trouble. Use my e-mail @firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll be glad to walk you through it. Where are you located?, I'm in CAlif.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
If the fluid level is proper and the fluid is not burned or contaminated, there is not much else you can do with this except slip into the transmission repair shop and have it repaired.
If the fluid has been contaminated (water) or smells burned, you could change it ... but it will just be a matter of time until you are in a emergency situation - stranded.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2010
You can got to autozone dot com and register for free for a free online repair manual.
You will need to disconnect the negative battery cable, then disconnect solenoid by unclipping it, then remove any vacuum hoses and the linkage rod. Remove bottom support bar, place a tranny jack underneath the vehicle, have a helper loosen the bolts and set it down.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
You have to drop the pan and inside is a bolt and roll pin that hold the selector rod in. You have to remove it and the rod will slide right out so you can replace the seal.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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