Bronco II Transmission Specifications

by Kyla Chele Cambrooke

Ford marketed the Bronco II from 1984 to 1990. The compact SUV came as a two-wheel drive or four-wheel drive vehicle. The V-6 engine combined with an automatic or manual transmission gets up to 21 miles per gallon.


The 1990 Bronco II featured a 2.9-liter V-6 engine that output 140 horsepower at 3,400 rpm and 170 foot-pounds of torque at 2,000 rpm. The Bronco II came equipped with a four-speed automatic overdrive transmission.

Types of Transmission Fluid for an Automatic

The types of transmission fluid available for the vehicle with an automatic overdrive transmission include Vavoline Maxlife Dex, Merc ATF, Pennzoil Multi Vehicle ATF, Lucas Semi-Synthetic Multi Vehicle ATF and Coastal Dexmerc ATF 5Gallon.

Types of Transmission Fluid for a Manual

The Bronco II with a manual transmission can use the five-speed Mobil 1 Synthetic ATF Multi-Vehicle Formula, five-speed Peak Dex III/Merc ATF Gallon, five-speed Castrol Mercon V ATF and five-speed Lucas Semi-Synthetic Multi Vehicle ATF.

Manual Transmission

The 1990 Bronco had a five-speed manual transmission in its sub models: Eddie Bauer, XL Sport and XLT.

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