FORD RANGER MANUAL TRANSMISSION GEAR OIL
change manual trans fluid | Ranger Forum - Ford Truck Fans
wwwerforum›Ranger Models›1998 - 2011 Ford RangerOct 24, 2012The service/maintenance booklet for my 5 speed manual 98 Ranger says change the manual transmission "oil" at 55,000 miles but the vehicle is now at 97,000 miles and it's never been done yet. The owners manual specifies the fluid to use is 2.8 quarts of Mercon ATF (although for some reason the service schedule refers to the fluid as "manual
Can You Use ATF in a Manual Transmission? - ThoughtCo
Nov 28, 2018Manual transmissions, on the other hand, can accept a variety of fluids, depending on the make and model of the vehicle. It may use regular motor oil, heavyweight hypoid gear oil, or automatic transmission fluid you don't have an owner's manual, check a local certified repair shop or the dealer's service center to find the right fluid for your vehicle.Author: Matthew Wright
Ford Ranger/ mazda 5 spd requires - Bob is the Oil Guy
wwwstheoilguy››ATF, Differential, Trans, Brakes, P/SJul 04, 2012The Mazda M5OD was introduced in 1987 for certain drivetrains. Ford continued using the Mitsubishi FM132 and FM146 until 1992 for 4WDs and some 2WDs, and both of the Mitsubishi transmissions require gear oil, and Ford never suggested anything else for them (because they were designed to use gear oil!).
What type transmission fluid 1991 ford ranger 5 speed?
wwwers››Ford›Ford Trucks and SUVs›Ford RangerOn a 1992 Ford Ranger : It depends on which 5 speed manual transmission you have : The Mitsubishi transmission , code " D " ( takes 4.8 pints of 80-90W gear lube ) The Mazda transmission , code
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