Question about 2001 Ford Mustang
If it is an automatic, not likely. If it is a standard it may have been marketed that way but I wouldn't count on that. There is always a check location even on standards. If you have an Automatic the Dip stick to check the level is located on the firewall and you add fluid in the same tube that is located in. Now, some mechanics will tell you that to SELL you on using their backflush machine that actually filters the fluid and puts it back in the vehicle and is supposed to clean the filter with this process. The problem is, a vehicle that uses a carbon based Transmission filter will be destroyed by this process. Also, a regular Fluid and Filter change takes about 15 mins on a rack that back flush machine takes at least an hour to work correctly. A regular Change will cost around $60 to $100 at a transmission shop, using that machine coast $140 to $200. The machine is basically all profit where a regular change has filter and fluid cost before the shop makes money. Hope This helps.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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