About $3000, after parts and labor.
I'm converting mine from an automatic to a 5 speed and so far I bought everything to do it for less than $900. I just need to know how to hook up the speedometer. The plugs are different. But you could put in a search on Google for the tranny you need and bunches of junk yards will respond to you with prices. I did it and found everything that I needed to convert over for $850.00 and my Uncles are putting it in so I don't know how much labor would really be.
Yes it can.
whats required for swapping automatic to manual transmission in a Mitsubishi eclipse 1997
In an automatic Eclipse, the transmission filter is located inside of the transmission. To change the filter, the entire transmission must be disassembled to reach it.
Remove the transmission dipstick and add the fluid in the dipstick channel.
You can put intercooler on any car regardless of kind of transmission.
Yes, it can.
Yes the transmission will fit in a 2000
Yes, les than $1000.00 probably closer to $600 using mostly wrecker parts and doing the interior work yourself.
it would be in the back midright of the motor its hard to describe but its slanted to the right.
Because Mitsubishi Eclipse 1996 doesn't have automatic headlights.
That model of Eclipse came with a 4 speed automatic or a 5 speed manual transmission.
Buy BG Synchro Shift to use in your manual transmission; Mitsubishi highly recommends it to maintain smooth shifting. If Synchro Shift isn't available, any GL-4 transmission fluid of viscosity 75W90 is suitable. In the automatic transmission, use ATF+4 automatic transmission fluid.
ATF+4 for Eclipse RS with automatic transmission.
the automatic trans fluid in all Mitsubishi's with the exception of the Chrysler eclipse is diamond atf sp 3.
The Engine Control Module (manual transmission), also known as PCM Powertrain COntrol Module (automatic transmission), is located interior under the glove box.
Ur gonna need a funnel, and it goes thru the transmission dipstick located near the air filter sensor, left of the engine.
Automatic 2.4L takes 8.1 quarts Manual 2.4L takes 2.3 quarts
If you have automativ transmission, then it's ATF+4.
Mitsubishi eclipse is famous because of failing transmission. If I were you I would start with checking transmission fluid level. But most likely you will have to change transmission or fix one you have.
if it is a manual transmission there is not one.........if it is an automatic check between the firewall and the motor on the driver side maybe low and difficult to find or may be near top of block..........how this helps
Yes, "A" 1994 mitsubishi eclipse transmission will fit a 1992 mitsubishi eclipse, IF and only IF it's the right one 6 bolt fits 6 bolt and a 7 bolt fits a 7 bolt. Make sure you know Fwd and Awd and if it's 5 speed =)
probably ,BUT automatic tranny has it's own computer ,manual tranny has different computer ,so now wirnig harness and computer come into play.So your local junk yard has a conversion chart for all cars,like this 1995 part will work in a 2000, etc... talk to a good junk yard and they will probably be able to answer that question .
The shift solenoid on a 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse is on the back of the valve body. Removing the transmission pan is required to reach the solenoid.
In between the engine and transmission