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1995 Mecury sable transmission

What type of oil does my transmission take i noticed that there are several transmission oils so i want to make sure that i use the correct oil. I just had my radiator changed and there has been a leak develop and it is cold right now and snowy so i want to wait until it warmer so i want to keep it full until then.

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As long as it is type F....you can read on the back and it will tell you if its recommend for Ford products

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Dexron-mercron iii or iv will do fine, check the level with the engine running and after having driven it to make sure you get a good reading since the fluid expands as it warms, so make sure you do not overfill the transmission. Good Luck

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    oh i forgot that we have v now, lol- ya use the highest number- if you cant find v use iv and so on

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Use MERCON®- V Automatic Transmission Fluid. That should be stamped on the transmission dip stick also.

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Mercon V is the correct replacement fluid.

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