yes you can convert.....the best way would be to find an auto trans and t case from a 88-95 truck .....after that you will need to run trans cooler lines...may have to change radiator.....and then the best thing is to put in a floor shifter ....that way you can keep the stock stearing collum you may also need to use the cross member from the auto trans...i hope this info has been helpful....this is really not as hard as it seems
Sure. Purchasing a doner truck that is automatic for parts would be the way to go.
The govonor is a part of an automatic transmission.?
700r4 if its an automatic
Need to know if it is a truck or car and if it is a standard or automatic transmission.
It will be a 4L60E if it's an automatic.
Depends on the model of the truck
That should be the 400 turbo.
If it is an automatic transmission then it will be the 350 turbo that was put in it from the factory.
Standard or automatic transmission, they both are mounted to the transmission.
Assuming this is a truck, if it has a standard transmission, TDC. If it has a automatic transmission, 4 degrees BTDC.
There is no adjustment for the bands on a Chevy automatic transmission. They self adjust as the bands wear.
No it is not.
Assuming this is an automatic transmission, pull the dipstick out and read it, it will tell you the proper ATF to use.
Show you the automatic transmission, passing gear linkage for a 79 Chevy 350 eng. truck
Yes you can if you have all the parts to make it work from another truck.
Assuming it is automatic, read the dipstick, probably Dextron III.
Yes you can convert to auto. It is almost always easier to swap from manual to auto then the otherway around. That being said however even if you do all the work yourself it might be cheaper to find another truck that old with an automatic.
if the tranny is completely empty of fluid about 12-13 quarts
where is the transmission censor located on a 1997 Chevy cheyenne truck
It can cost between $500 and $2000 to change a manual transmission to an automatic transmission. The labor costs will depend on the specific shop charges.
NO YOU CAN NOT. IF the 95 is a 1/2 Ton then it MUST have the 4L60E transmission put back in it. If it is a 3/4 ton then it MUST have the 4L80E put in it. This is due to the computer system that's in the truck.
If it has an automatic transmition there is no drain plug, you remove the pan to drain it.
If you have an automatic transmission, check with the engine warm and running, The dip stick is located on the passenger side rear of the engine.
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