If you are using an automatic, the TH 350 with a shift kit is a wonderful and stout choice. The rear end is a bit more wide open. If you are looking for a posi rear end the GM 12 bolt can be made to fit, or the Ford 9 inch is a favorite. If the S-10 had a v6 you might be able to leave the stock rear end in until it burns out. You might also look for a rear end from a newer S10 that has a 4.3 engine, as they should handle things alright without having to have the rear end modified to fit the truck.
From 2003 when they started pruding the S-Type it has been rear wheel drive with either a 5 or 6 speed transmission
Can be a rear differential problem. May be Low of lube or gears are worn. Can also be a transmission problem.
It really depends on your truck and the type of gearbox you have. Your best bet is to call a dealer and ask them directly. They will ask you a few questions like number of speeds, auto or manual and so on and give you the right info. Putting the wrong fluid in there can cause severe damage to your transmission.
it entirely depends on what type of vehicle it is, what type of transmission is in it, the age of the vehicle and if the rear main seal is part of the oil pan gasket. Impossible to answer without vehicle informations.
Looking for the manual for Craftsman Yard Pro Rear Tine Tiller model 130202 Type 312901 Code 87120107
Broadband transmission makes the best use of bandwidth. With broadband, there is little to interfere with the individual computer download or uplink.
You have to know three things, the transmission type, the transfer case type, The rear axle gear ratio. Also in some cases, the underdrive. Enter the information in the site linked below and you will get your answers.
There's only one type of 400 turbo.
it is a unibody car basically made of 2 subframes, 1 in front to hold engine and transmission up and one in rear for the rear suspension / drive train
It might not HAVE one. Some newer toyotas don't have this because the transmissions are sealed and the fluid is expected to last up to 80k miles. The fluid is often special, and the fill hole is on the side of the transmission like a rear differential. Check with your local dealer about this. If it is this type, they'll tell you that the fluid must be heated before putting it in and they have special equipment to do it.
I have the same quad and we're putting 10w40 in it...seems the oil caseing and the rear diff are one.....
80w-90 gear oil will work best for this transmission.
IR transmission type of transmission is used in television system .
what type of transmission does a 2005 chevy tahoe have
In all actuality there isn't really any certain brand that is best for it. It is recommended that you use mercon type F in either a manual or an automatic transmission
a 1983 silverado has an TH350, its a three speed tranny. its been said that it's the best transmission that gm has ever produced.
The best way to confirm the type of transmission fluid to use in a 1989 Isuzu pick up is to refer to the owner manual. A retailer who sells the transmission fluid will be able to advise the correct purchase.
I would say never wear anything cheap, only wear proper brands or you don't know what your putting on your skin. The best type of make-up for me is foundation and mascara, I never leave my house without at least putting on a little bit.
what type of fluids dose a 1992 ford bronco 4 * 4 take in the rear end and transfer case and the tranny and the front end