Tuesday, November 23, 2010

How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2002 Explorer require and where is the servicing port?

the auto dealer said the transmission filter and fluid level needed to be changed. He also said the transmission requires 6 quarts but the manual shows a different amount when the system is drained. I thought you would have to see the filter under the pan to make this determination but the pan was not removed, so how would they know the filter needed to be changed?How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2002 Explorer require and where is the servicing port?on the newer fords, the servicing port is on the side of the tranny, and there are two types of filters, one looks simalar to an oil filter for the engine, and the other is on the inside, consult the owners manual for proper information, these are no more than hearsay, goodluck...........How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2002 Explorer require and where is the servicing port?All transmissions should have an oil and filter change at near 40,000 miles- and also a band adjustment, as well as Sensors if any- it will cost you about $200 bucks to do it right- don't bother with the Oil change places, who suck out part of the oil, The Pan must be removed to do it right.How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2002 Explorer require and where is the servicing port?you have to take off the trans pan to get to the filter. to drain the pan and refill check your owners manual.How many quarts of transmission fluid does a 2002 Explorer require and where is the servicing port?They usually go by the mileage on the odometer.and yes it usually takes about 13 quarts,that is if they drained the torq converter.If they didn't may by 6 are 7 quarts.
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