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How to take transmisson out 93 ford explorer - 1998 Ford Explorer

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Ok start by removing drive shaft(s) then drain the tranny by removing the pan ,remove the transfer case if it has one then remove the the lines and the wiring and vaccume be sure u take the converter to flex plate bolts out then u can unbolt the tranny from motor

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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SOURCE: what is the firing order 93 ford explorer v6 4.0

1993 Ford Explorer 2WD & 4WD
4.0 liter SOHC V-6 VIN "X"

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Posted on Nov 26, 2009

SOURCE: When does the transmisson need serviced?

it do not require any km or any period , if you having any problem then only you need to service it. thanks.

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Obtain a lift, disconnect the negative battery terminal and put the vehicle up in the air. Support the transmission with an appropriate jack, disconnect the rear U joint on the drive shaft, unbolt any supports and pull it down and towards the rear. Disconnect the linkage and any wiring and vacuum hoses, making note via a cell phone camera of the way it looked before you took it apart. If there is a support cross member take that out too. Then all the bolts holding the bell housing to the engine and the transmission should pull out and down and you have it.

Seriously if you are going to undertake that type of task it is worth your while to go out and spend 5 whole bucks on a service manual for your make and model burned to a CD, they are on ebay. I have pulled a dozen or so and each one is a bit different, depending on make and model. You did not mention whether yours is 4WD or not, stick shift or not, but that will change things too.

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