need to buy transmission put it in and thats it.
it could mean many different thing Your transmission could be to hot or it more than likely has a leak in the transmission fluid lines leading to your radiator u depending on the make model and year your radiator has transmission fluid and coolant fluid going through it at all times that has nothing to do with your question I need to know what kind of transmission fluid you're running what kind of transmission you have manual or automatic European domestic there are many different aspects two transmissions but the automatic transmission is made with weaker components and the manual transmission is made with metal gears and is a little bit Stronger to Prevent HUMAN error thats why clutches go out way before The manual transmission so my answer is the relevant and less I know what kind of car you have and transmission style manual or automatic because it makes a big difference one has a clutch which is the manual transmission automatic has a torque converter which is tougher than a clutch Because automatic transmission Has more moving parts inside it than the Manual transmission so only human error could cause your motor to be damaged from your transmission your fluid does not mix with your or oil in your engine if it did it would blow upshould be safe you have it is automatic because it has transmission fluid that's made from detergents the manual transmission Uses brake fluid depending on the model of course it could Even use gear fluid more information required on your vehicle
thats because they are cheap as hell.
Synthetic syncromesh manual transmission fluid either gm parts has it or ams oil does. The key is syncromesh tho any aftermarket oil thats syncromesh.
thats my questions !!
Most came with a "4L60E" trans and I think the GMC designation is M-30 (thats for a 2 wheel drive)
cost and thats about it
Why would u want to do that? Thats like trading in your 2014 flatscreen 3d tv for a 1960s black and white tv
yes, but it would be cheaper to just buy a manual trans car. Don't believe me? Then your the new village idiot. Have a nice life. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The above answer is a bad answer. You can change it from auto to manual. whether or not its a viable option for you depends on your skills, if you are going to be having a shop do the work, then yes, just buy a different car. to swap you need to obtain atleast.. -manual transmission -clutch -pedal assebly from manual trans car -center console from manual trans car (most likely) -possibly manual trans mounting cross member. -speedo cable should be from the new transmission as it may not be the right length from the automatic, this was the case in my swap. -rear driveshaft from manual trans car as driveshaft is probably different length than auto rear driveshaft -fluids -might as well reseal the trans output shafts while its out of the donor car. then its out with the old and in with the new. you'll have to figure out where the Neutral Switch on the automatic shifter is and short that out so you dont get a CEL you'll have to know how to set the clutch pedal for engagement as well. thats a start. check out Ultimatesubaru.org for a great group of people that can offer a plethora of advise.
benelli super vinci thats it
# of yards / 36 thats all it is
Automatic transmissions do not have adjustable bands in them once they are set in place that is it thats all there is