transmissions on 1991 Ford Explorer

how mean types of transmission will fit a 91 ford explorer

by in Waycross, GA on November 25, 2009
4 answers
ANSWER by on November 25, 2009
The one that's in it.
ANSWER by on November 30, 2009
This is a difficult question to answer. This question may be better suited to a transmission shop, look for an ATRA affiliated shop.
ANSWER by on March 27, 2010
1991 though 1994
ANSWER by on July 25, 2010
You're looking for an A4LD trans in most cases, as Ford calls it. I have a 91, and as far as I know, as indicated earlier, the 91's-94's are all the same in this regard.
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