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Looking for trans ID tag on my 95 explorer 4x4

My trans just stopped shifting and started slipping when i stopped in traffic was fine before that so i am assuming i need a new trans but dont know what trans it has in it so i am looking for the id tag location

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  • seddy222 Feb 07, 2009

    I have the same problam I cant find the tag can you Email me if you find the location thanks seddy@yahoo.com

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It may or may not have a tag on the side of the transmission case. But, don't worry. You can identify the tranny by the bolt pattern on the tranny oil pan and the shape. Slide under the Explorer and remember the shape of the oil pan and caount the number of bolts in the pan. Or, you can run the VIN number and it will tell you the tranny model your vehicle came with.

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