massive amount of work on the inside of car pedal mount is different must fabricate new mount
There is only a transmission filter if you have an Automatic. If so, you must remove the transmission pan, and unbolt the filter, usually one bolt or even pressed in by just the rubber grommet. make sure you have a new transmission gasket ready to replace before you do the job, aswell as all new transmission fluid suited for your car. you will need 7 liters of dextron 3 based atf. Needs a bit over 6 Liters, so get 7 just to fill it up properly.
Usually a C6 transmission.
Yes it is possible to change over to standard transmission. A manufacturer use standard and auto on most engines, so you must match the bell housing and starter then get the complete Manuel set up. The biggest problem will be installing the clutch pedal. Usually the mounts will not be there so you will have to fabricate the setup, but you can use a slave cylinder to accommodate the clutch movement.
If it has an automatic transmission, then yes. If it has a manual transmission, then usually, no.
Well, it IS possible. But it requires a lot of work other than merely slapping the turbo in there. Usually people are better off selling the car they have and then buying a new car that's already equipped the way they want it.
A whining noise in the transmission is usually an indication the transmission fluid is low. Check the transmission fluid and fill it to the recommended level.
It usually goes in where the dipstick for the transmission is.
usually located on the Right Rear corner of the transmission.
usually they say its possible 2 convert a 2phase supply to 3 phase.if its so then how?
Usually, yes.Usually, yes.
it usually means " the transmission"
The manual transmission usually has a plug in the side of the transmission that can be used to check the transmission and also used as a filler hole.
Sub-transmission substations are located near to high load concentrations, usually in urban areas.
If automatic usually inside the transmission pan
Usually you have to put the transmission fluid in the same place the dipstick is.
A transmission cooler is usually mounted just in front of the radiator.
They usually have a TH350 or 400 Transmission Very common to come by
usually to convert AC to DC.
Usually a B.
Transmission filter is usually under the transmission oil pan. If the vehicle does not have a transmission pan then it is probably a "non-serviceable" transmission, and it probably doesn't have a servicable filter.
Usually automatic transmission fluid is a reddish color. If you see red fluid on your driveway, then you probably have a transmission leak.
All automatic transmission have a fluid pump. The pump is usually mounted on the front of the transmission, and turns with the engine.
yes, you can make almost any vehicle with an automatic transmission manual, but it is usually not worth the expense, you have to get your hands on the manual transmission then you have to modify the floor for the shifter and put in a clutch & linkage all in all not usually worth it
Usually you drain and replace it...;)
Usually through the dipstick tube - Do Not Overfill