yes you could get automatic or manual trannys.
'98 - '02 mp6 trannys ONLY
No. You need a '98 - '02 tranny from the SAME engine type. SOHC and DOHC trannys do NOT mix
It should, most Camaros had the TH700R4 trannys. None the less the transmissions would be interchangeable anyway.
no Actually it depends on the year. there are 5 speed manual trannys in Mk4's and before.
It's a 3 speed transmission. Standard Trannys were 5 speed, but autos only have 3.
no.the trannys are not interchangable.The zx2 engine won't bolt on to an escort tranny
If The Probe Is an automatic then your car has CD4E Tranny in it. The pan for these trannys are on the front side of the transmission. They are not underneath it. Hope this helps.
Cars with automatic trannys often have a feature like that to prevent them from inadvertenty start moving as soon as the key is turned. It might be the Park position though.
ATF - made especially for Ford trannys Use Type F in 60's era automatic transmissions. The power steering system uses the same stuff BTW.
Trannys are beautiful in their way, cuz' God makes no mistakes, they're on the right track, they were born that way.
yes, the fluid you add thru the filler tube is picked up by the trannys pump and sent to the converter
manual trannys dont have fill plugs, most trannys dont have fluid of any kind
Cops - 1989 Trannys Gone Wild was released on: USA: 4 December 2004
no they're all trannys
He likes Midgets that are trannys
Anything is possible, but in cases like these it's usually more cost efficient to sell the vehicle you have and buy a vehicle with the features that you want instead. It's rarely as simple as merely replacing the tranny. Motor bikes with automatic trannys aren't that common, so you might have to search awhile.
all Chrysler transmissions are prone to fail early ^^ incorrect. only the overdrive trannys are problematic. change the fluid and filter every 20K and you'll be fine.
Usually more than you'd like to think of. Often different trannys use different shaft lengts, and may well have different reduction rations in the axles as well. Unless you have a complete donor vehicle available its usually easier and cheaper simply to look for a car that comes with the kind of transmission you want from the beginning. If there's something very special about your current car, consider buying another with the drivetrain that you want. Then switch trannys between both cars and then sell the one you don't want on.
no, there are several transmissions that jeep used, they had transmissions for 4 cylendars, v-6, and v-8 applications. and like everything else, some had overdrive, some didnt. there might be one or two trannys that would interchange but your best bet is to go with the same one that you have.
what year and type of olds engine??
it is almost 100% your transmition selenoid. the same thing happened to my yota, and the 1997 auto trannys are notorious for that. if you use one of those engine code readers it will probably say "transmition selenoid#2".
trannys that's how don't ask me im useless