Only thing that can cause problems is making sure the torque converter is all the way in. It should engage on the shaft 3 times, sometimes the last one is a little difficult. The converter should almost be rubbing the bell housing. Some require the flywheel to be in one place. The flywheel to torque converter bolts will only line up in one position. Not all, some it doesn't make a difference. Everything else is just nuts and bolts.
Yes you can my neighbor has one same year automatic I don't know what transmission it is though sorry. I know it had a 350 in it
If your transmission is manual, you will have to change gear. If it is automatic, you won't.
If you shift manually, you have a manual transmission. If your car shifts for you, you have an automatic.
Need to know if it is a truck or car and if it is a standard or automatic transmission.
i think i dont know holds 16 quaters
and automatic transmission does not require tranny fluid, as it is a "manual" and not automatic
You have to know whats wrong with the transmission before you can fix it.
i have a 97 Chevy camaro i need to know what kind of transmission came in it
Need to know the transmission model in order to answer this.
its a 4l60e transmission. for the 5.7 v8. dont know about the v6
If this is an AUTOMATIC transmission ( NO ) * starting with the 1995 model year of the Ford Explorer , the automatic transmission was electronically controlled ( I don't know about the 5 speed manual transmission )
I'll know in a minute
Usually automatic transmission fluid is a reddish color. If you see red fluid on your driveway, then you probably have a transmission leak.
A stock Nissan transmission is usually what comes with it. You know? Sometimes I hear that they had both automatic AND manual transmissions.
The 2004 Mercury Mountaineer does not have an automatic transmission fluid dipstick . I know that the 2002 and newer Ford Explorer four door versions do not have a dipstick for the automatic transmission fluid level .
Automatic 4L60 Manual T-56 What else do you want to know?
Need to know what Year. That would be helpful.
"I don't know" - Branson Maynard
Depending on their GVWR and distances they're expected to travel, they can have either an Allison automatic transmission or an autoshift transmission, which is a twin countershaft manual transmission gearbox with automated shifting and an automated clutch.
i have no diea what you mean i need to know the series of the engine that's in the car and i can help you from there
need to know if it is and automatic or a standard shift transmission Automatic has no dipstick to check trans fluid.
Not sure I understand the question. There are only two transmissions offered, as far as I know, - a manual transmission and an automatic transmission, and the dfferences are obvious.
As far as I know , just the 1995 and 1996 Ford Explorer used the same automatic transmission on the 4.0 L - OHV - V6
tacos ok manual is faster and if you want to know why just ask me
Need to know what year and if it is a standard or automatic transmission.