Question about 2005 Ford Explorer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
does not matter what engine it has it does NOT have a dipstick. in the trans pan on the bottom you will see a plug DO NOT REMOVE THE PLUG in the center of the plug it has a torx plug so it is a plug inside a plug the trick is that thier is a tube or stack on the large plug that gos up to the full point like your tolet has an overfull drain inside the tank now i think you can get it now the truck must be warm it must be level and it needs to be running now take the torks plug out fluid should tricle out if not it needs to be filled you fill it thru the same hole that the torks came out of so over fil it and when it begains to flutter and is not a stedy streem it is full replace torks plug done
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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