The fluid creates a film around components, which reduces friction and promotes smooth operation. There should be four bolts holding the trans onto the bell housing. If you are having problems with the transmission in your Mustang, such as clunky shifting or hesitation, check the fluid level first - it is amazing how many drivers pay thousands of dollars for transmission work when a half quart of transmission fluid would have fixed the problem. Also remember to remove the 2 or 3 electrical connections that are attached to the transmission. The tooth pitch of 2nd and 3rd was revised for strength and the gear ratios were slightly altered. The engine in your 1995 Ford Mustang should be running when you perform a transmission fluid level check, otherwise it will be inaccurate.
When adding transmission fluid to your Mustang, be sure to add it slowly as it will fill up quickly and is difficult to remove excess fluid if you overfill. . Aftermarket support is plentiful for this transmission, so there are an abundance of upgrade parts available to make the T56 handle whatever you may throw at it. Re-install the fill plug and tighten the plug until it becomes snug. Give that a yank, wipe it and re-insert. This is the pic that has everything put together. If an aod then also remove the cable linkage and the gear shift linkage If a manual then remove the 4 bolts that the shifter plate is attached to.
A hand pump equipped with a rubber hose can be used to pump the fluid up into the pan. Driveability problems may exist until computer systems have completed a relearn cycle. Pull the cable free of the firewall. This is assuming you have a manual. Installation is almost the reverse your battery is still disconnected, I hope :.
Speaking of reverse, the T45 was the first Mustang transmission to feature a fully synchronized reverse gear. This thing is heavy, so watch it when you remove it. The fill plug is accesed from engin … e compartment,you will need a long funel to fill. Then pull it out and u … se a funnel to fill it with dextron oil. There is a plug on the transmission that is removed and when the fluid doesn't run out, it is full. The V8 starters can be a problem to remove. This is the clutch fork separated from the bellhousing.
Use the bottom drain plug in the picture not the circled bolt, but the red drain plug to the left of it. Put the e-brake on, and then remove each bolt one at a time. The transmission and many of its components are very heavy and sharp!! Be ready when you take it off, there are pins holding it in place, but its surprisingly heavy when you pull it off. Also consider the possibility of an excessively worn input shaft bearing or worn clutch fork or worn throwout release bearing or pivot. I just did this twice. Install the cylinder into the housing--fully seated and aligned with the interlocking washer. I stopped at a light, took off normal, and could tell it was taking off in second gear, it wouldnt really go over 2k rpm until i was at about 25-30mph.
Second, Third, and countershaft gears are all double moly. Some support full automatic transmission control in addition to allowing engine parameters to be modified. It is a translucent white container about the size of a large pill bottle. All of the synchronizers are the latest revisions, with 3rd and 4th featuring a carbon fiber facing. All of this assumes the car is on a level surface.
If this is the case use either a dead blow or rubber malet to persuade the gasket to let go by hitting the side of the shifter housing 5. But be sure to have 6pts 13mm socket. Put the car up on jack stands, you will want lots of room to move around underneath. Just remove the 6-8 bolts that hold the pressure plate and clutch disk onto the flywheel. Do not hang on it. Then you push the headrest all the way down.
If not, remove the cable from the clutch fork, attach it at the quadrant, and use a pry bar to pull the clutch fork forward so you can pull the end through the large hole, the slot and into the socket. Le Promote a long transmission service life with a fluid replacement. Not the greatest pic, but you get the idea. Any usage or mentions of these terms throughout our website and print ads are used for identification purposes only. The output yoke is a fixed design, but the input shaft is an oddball 23-spline. If you leave the bell housing connected the simply remove the four bolts from the trans to bell housing. When you finish the two bolts you can get off, take the e-brake off, rotate the wheels by hand, and then set tbe brake again and take off the rest of the bolts.
There is a dipstick by the firewall of the engine compartment. I used a Haynes manual to help give me an idea with the pictures they use. The starter on all early model fords are on the passenger side, once you have that side jacked up with a jack stand disconect the wires that go to the starter. Mercon automatic transmission fluid is recommended by Ford; although, owners also use Royal Purple Synchromax. I know hat a 289 is. Some people can get it off with a ratchet head, but i can never fit them in there because of the tight clearenced.
After you did the tool just enter them into the 4 small holes on the radio, drag your hand behind the radio and gently p … ush, the radio should come of easily. I believe there is no filter on a manual tranny. The reverse synchronizer assembly was also revised for better engagement. Install the mount and bolt it to the transmission. Ninth Step- Remove the bellhousing.