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To change the fluid in Ford manual transmissions, gather the necessary materials and tools, remove the filler and drain bolts from the transmission, and fill the fluid with an oil pump. The required tools necessary to ch... More »

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To change transmission fluid, remove the bolts from the transmission pan, and allow all the fluid to drain out. Replace the filter, re-attach the pan, and add fresh transmission fluid. More »

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The transmission fluid should be replaced on a regular basis. Regardless of having a manual or automatic transmission fluid, regularly changing it will avoid costly transmission repairs. More »

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