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I need to change tranny fluid on my 04 F150 but there is more than one plug, which plug is it?

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Where is tranny filter on 04 hyundai elantra? can a garage mech. do it? whats the best way to drain the tranny oil?

The filter would be inside the pan. The best fluid change is at an oil change place that uses t-tech style machine. This style will change the fluid in the torque converter, cooler and lines. It takes a container of new fluid and runs that in while old fluid runs out...done until clean fluid is coming out.

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I just bought a 2001 F150 SuperCrew 4x4 and it has 192,000 miles. I have not found a problem with it yet but i would like to get tips on what to look for and if these trucks last. Im debating on doing a...

You need to change trans fluid on all vehicles every 30,000 miles or two years.
Same on power steering fluid.
Spark plugs every 50 to 60,000 miles or three years
Brake fluid every year,not more than two

There haven't been Tune-ups in 25 years --everything is done with computer/processors

That is called Preventative Maintainance

Oct 04, 2010 | 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew

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84 ford f150 only goes in reverse

means either ur tranny is toast or needs tranny fluid.

Jun 02, 2010 | 1984 Ford F 150

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94F-150 Tuuck loses power fuel pump or fuel presure regulator? I changed fuel filter last tuneup not to long ago.

My first guess would be ignition timing, or incorrectly gapped plugs, or faulty wires. Check your air filter. Check EGR . Check tranny fluid. It also could be faulty ignition coils.

Jun 09, 2009 | 1990 Ford F150

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My transmission will not go into reverse, a few days ago it would but the drive gears where shifting funny. its an 03 f 150 4X4 also note that 4 low will not engage and the truck will not go into netrual

i can only offer advise if it's a manual tranny... but if it is, i had the same problem with my 04 f150 about 4 months ago... if the clutch pedal seems to have alot of travel before it engages, more than likely, your slave cylinder is leaking and your fluid reservoir has gone dry... the slave cylinder is located on the inside of the bell housing directly on the input shaft and the fluid reservoir is mounted to the firewall under the hood just above the steering column (it's a little thing only as big around as a silver dollar and about 2 in. deep, check the fluid level)... it is about a 20 hr job for someone inexperienced such as myself, with a friend helping and access to a vehicle lift... but it did fix MY problem... now if it's an automatic, i could probably guess you might need a trans fluid flush and change, as well as the filter.. very possibly your filter could be clogged, which could very well cause this problem..

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My friend has a 1991 ford ranger ....when he drives it ,,it does want to shift into overdrive ...i told him that he might need to change his tranny fluid and filter...his fluid is brownish ...but the...

Has he changed the fluid? this might be all thats needed also can get some good additives these days to help sticking valves in transmission and not too expensive either (approx £30... $50 ?) which for the sake of this small outlay is worth the risk.

Dec 11, 2008 | 1991 Ford F150

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