Question about 1994 Ford Escort
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dextron mercron 3, automatic transmission fluid. Mostly standard on fords and others for both auto and manual trans. Underneath the air intake pipe, at the rear right hand side there is a 4 prong plug for the speed sensor. Its electronic so there wont be any cable, its a round sensor with a horizontal plug on the end of it. Take a flat head screwdriver and pry the 2 holding prongs off the wiring harnes. then get a #10 socket 1/4in drive with exstinsions works best take out the bolt going right with the rachet. once you get it out just pull and twist the sensor out. It seems to be easier with a hose at the end of the funnel to pour the fluid in. stick the hose where the speed sensor was. once its full just assemble it back the way it was.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
CAUTION Never open, service or drain the radiator or cooling system when hot; serious burns can occur from the steam and hot coolant. Also, when draining engine coolant, keep in mind that cats and dogs are attracted to ethylene glycol antifreeze and could drink any that is left in an uncovered container or in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantities. Always drain coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be reused unless it is contaminated or is several years old.
Fig: Remove the ignition coil pack
Fig. : Detach the air intake tube, crankcase breather and PCV hose
Fig. : Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the radiator
Fig. : Unfasten the ignition coil pack bracket upper bolts...
Fig. : ...and the lower bracket bolt, then remove the bracket
Fig. : Unfasten the heater hose inlet tube bracket bolt (arrow)
Fig: Unfasten the heater hose inlet tube-to-thermostat housing clamp
Fig.: Disconnect the hose inlet tube from the thermostat housing
Fig. : Unfasten the three thermostat housing bolts
Fig. Separate the thermostat housing from the engine block
Fig. : Remove the thermostat from the housing
Fig. : Use a scraper to clean old gasket material from the engine block's thermostat housing mating surface ...
Fig. : ... as well as the thermostat housing
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
The front seal could be replaced, and not have a problem. If you have a shop other than a transmission shop do the repairs, make sure the torque converter hub is inspected to make certain its not scratched/scorn. If the trans shifts properly and the fluid is not burned or smells burned, this would be an easy repair. If the trans fluid smells burned, and hasn't been serviced regularly, the rebuild would be the way to go. Also, ask what the warranty for any and all repair are on your vehicle. Normal warranty is 1yr, 12.000 miles in the automotive business.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
2000 FORD TRUCKS EXPLORER 5.0L 8-cyl Engine Code P
AMSOIL Ea Oil Filter.........EAO11
Wix Oil Filter.........51372
AMSOIL Ea Air Filter.........EAA122
Wix Air Filter.........46253
Wix Fuel Filter.......33595
Wix Trans Filter.....58955 
Engine, with filter..........5.0 quarts
Cooling System, Initial Fill..........15.0 quarts
Automatic Transmission, Others Initial Fill..........3.9 quarts
Automatic Transmission, 4R70W Initial Fill..........5.0 quarts
Automatic Transmission, Total Fill
2wd ..........10.0 quarts
4wd ..........10.0 quarts
Manual Transmission, ..........5.5 pints
Differential, Rear..........5.7 pints
Differential, Dana 35 Front..........3.6 pints
Transfer Case,Full-Time 4WD..........2.7 pints
1. When refilling, remove dipstick to provide adequate venting and allow oil to flow into crankcase.
2. With ENG at operating temperature, shift through all gears. Check fluid level in PARK and add fluid as needed.
3. Fill to no more than 1/4 to 9/16" below fill plug hole.
4. Fill no higher than 9.5 mm or 3/8" below fill plug.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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