Question about 1989 Ford F 250
I am assuming that you lost a lot of fluid when this happened and that nothing is showing on the transmission fluid stick? If so, add fluid a little bit at a time until you see the fluid show up about a 1/4 to 1/2 inch on the stick. At this point you should be safe to start the vehicle, but have at least one - two quarts of transmission fluid ready to go in when you do so. With it running, add fluid until you get to the "Add" mark or the lower little hole in the stick. Stop and let the engine/transmission warm up to operating temperature. Once at temperature you can now adjust the level to the "Full" mark.
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