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Transmission fluid spec

I have missplaced my owners manual and I need the transmission fluid type. 2002 Excursion 7.3 Diesel 4x4

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I would like to know what type and weight of oils to use in my 04 Excursion. Its a 4WD Eddie Bauer. I am attempting to get all specs so that I may just get under it one weekend and change all the fluids...

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Feb 19, 2011 | 2004 Ford Excursion

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How do you put transmission fluid in a 2001 Ford Excursion

first read your owners manual so you know exactly what type of transmission fluid and how to read the dipstick. Make sure you know the difference between the oil dipstick and the transmission dipstick. Buy a long narrow funnel at the parts store where you buy the fluid. It will have to fit into the transmission dipstick tube. Add fluid through the transmission dipstick tube. This is not something that must be done often, unless you have a serious leak somewhere. You are at 10 years, if your tranny is slipping, be prepared to get it rebuilt.

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My transmission gage went to hot & i noticed trans fluid dripping on my way home. truck still shifts ok. 2002 ford f-250 diesel 4x4

The most common place to leak is the rear seal. You will have to put your eyes on it though. Make sure to fix the leak, and refill the system with the correct fluid before driving it again, because transmissions are expensive!

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Where's the cruise control fuse located on a 2002 Ford Excursion V10 (Gas)? Stopped working,

Check the Central Junction Box and this diagrams; also can check this in your 2002-Ford-Excursion owners manual.

Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 01 (2002, System overview, Gasoline engines)


Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 02 (2002, System overview, Diesel only)


Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 03 (2002, Gasoline engines)


Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 04 (2002, Gasoline engines)


Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 05 (2002, Diesel only)


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I have a 2002 ford excursion 4x4 v10 it starts but when you put in gear it dies what could it be.

ck trans fluid level. if its low, it could cause this. or the IAC (idle air control) valve is faulty.

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2001 Excursion 7.3 diesel won't go into drive.

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have you ever replaced the filter in the transmission it may be full of clutch grime

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10W30 should be fine unless that is a diesel engine... automatic transmission takes Type F fluid. Just looking around to see if i have the repair manual for that truck.


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