yes you can!! easy too, ya jst need to get hold of a full manual conversion- being pedal box, shifter, gearbox, clutch n pressure plate, fly wheel cluthc cable or cylinder if hydrolic bt i doubt it is. may be 1 or 2 mre thngs bt its not that hard at all.
Ya can even use parts off a Ford laser of the same year as they are the same- right down to the part number!
It doesn't have a dipstick for the manual transmission , the transmission fluid level is checked at the FILL PLUG on the side of the transmission
The fuel tank of a 1984 Nissan Pulsar is 15.9 gallons. That size is the same no matter if the car is a manual transmission or an automatic transmission.
should but check with junk yard they have the book
screw into end of transmission.
I have an 86 and it is. If first gear is not really low, it probably is.
Mazda used the ford ranger body but used the Mazda engine.
If your Toyota has a manual transmission, the fluid will be put in by removing the gearshift, and literally pouring the fluid into the cavity under the shifter.
Not hard if you are mechanically inclined. Having a donor vehicle that is the same as your truck but automatic is key. This would give you all the parts, nuts, bolts, brackets, linkage, etc to do the swap.
Why, certainly they have. Literally HUNDREDS of people every week trade their 1984 Accord LX with automatic in on 1984 Accord LX with manual. It's the only realistic way to go. If you were asking how to change a 1974 Volkswagen Bug from automatic (yes, there was an "automatic" transmission for a Bug) to manual, I'd tell you. But an Accord? They're extremely plentiful, in all the popular price ranges. No one's collecting them, and there's a good market for automatic-transmission Accords. So...trade the car in on the one you really want. NO
I would suggest you get a service manual such as the factory service manual, a Chilton or other manual. Therein you will find instructions as well as diagrams that will help you change your brakes. If you don't have a manual they are often available at your local library.
YES. You may have to change the yoke on the driveshaft. You didn't say what size transmission that is in it now.
try wiggling the steering wheel it has a lock on it
go to autozone and get ahanes repair manual.
Just fill the transmission through the dipstick. That is the way I've ever filled a auto transmission. Never had a manual that I had to fill, but I would think that you would fill it like a rear end.
On a 2-stroke you can drain and refill the transmission oil.
I am looking for a manual on 1984 Heritage Motor Home Chevy motor.
where are the timing marks on a 1984 mazda b-2000 pickup?
4 speed manual Muncie Performance Transmission. The other 84's used the 4spd performance and 4 speed Economy trans. Made in Muncie Indiana.
Look on the side of the transmission housing for a filler plug. It is usually circular cap with a square indentation. You need a 1/2 inch drive socket with an extension to open it. Transmission fluid will have to be pumped into the tranny.
located under driverside,about 20 inches away from the front wheel.it's tucked tightly up by the transmission.
NO. The 95 transmission is a electronic / computer controlled transmission. The 1984 does not HAVE the electronics to make the 95 transmission work.
If you wish to learn how to rebuild a 1988 Honda Accord automatic transmission, then you should purchase Haynes Repair Manual, 1984 through 1989. You can buy this book at Autozone or www.amazon.com.
114x4 thats what i was told on my mazda 323 '84