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Old 11-25-2012, 12:40 AM   #1
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Tranmission help :)

Like we know the 05+ automatics don't have a dip nor a drain hole. How can I change it myself , the dealer charging me about 300 bucks for it... At one point I want to all the maintenance myself. I tried YouTube but could not find video showing me how too.
Any help will help me a lot.
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Old 11-25-2012, 12:44 AM   #2
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found this on google...seems to give a good idea

How do you change transmission fluid in a 2005 mustang
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Thanks, very helpful. I'll love to see a video first or someone doing it... Don't wanna do something wrong and regrets it...
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can't be too bad...in my old GT i did a flush and fill on it (5speed) with no prior experience or a vid...just a step by step i found online...sure took me twice as long as it would nowadays but i pushed through lol
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I think ima end up dropping the pan, new gasket,oil... I'm just going to have to figure out how to pump the oil back in
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it says there's a fill hole on the side of the trans i believe if i read the instructions right lol.
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That's what it says... I'll check it out see if I find it
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That's what it says... I'll check it out see if I find it
You also have to buy a hand pump to fill your trans. They sale them at your local parts store.
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I think ima end up dropping the pan, new gasket,oil... I'm just going to have to figure out how to pump the oil back in
I think its AM,,they have a new tranny pan with a dipstick,,im thinking of getting one for mine,,its also a little deeper so you can have a couple of more quarts in the transmission
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I'll check it out guys, thanks
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This is what I need right, if so do I still need the pump or by using the dipstick ill be fine...
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there is NO fill hole in an automatic, the method we were forced to use once draining the oil was too use a hand transfer pump/ big syringe.. but ours has two hoses one to go in the trans and one in the trans fluid bottle.. was a little messy but did the job at 4 am.. aside from that in a pinch you could syringe some in and plug hole with thumb lol and repeat... what a mess !!! f my life
ford must have know they had a winning transmission...
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If I replace the pan and add the one that comes with a dip stick I won't need to pump the oil in right, just apply it on the dip stick hole
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