It has 6,000 manual switches
Backup light switches are different between automatic and manual transmission bmws. If you have the automatic the switch is under the shifter. Disconnect the battery and remove the shifter boot. Unplug the switch wires and replace the switch and reconnect the wires and battery. If you have a manual transmission the switch is on the passenger side of the transmission above the Allen type filler plug. Disconnect the battery, unplug the wires and unscrew the switch with a 19mm wrench. Screw in the new one an torque it down then reconnect the wires and the battery.
I have the same question, the owners manual is wrong about this. I have a 07 Civic 4 door LX automatic. The owners manual has several variations depending on what you want and if its an automatic or manual tranny.
If it has a manual transmission, you simply put it into neutral. If it's a 4x4 and has a manual transfer case, either with a manual or automatic transmission, you simply put that into neutral. If it's a 2wd with an automatic, or a 4wd with an automatic transmission and an electronic transfer case which does not have the option to put the transfer case into neutral, then you have to disconnect the driveshafts.
you can get it with manual or automatic.
Your owner's manual will have that info...my '97 chev lumina 3.1 holds 61 litres...according to the manual...
Manual. They never used to have automatic.
It could have either the automatic or manual transmissions
Manual, yes. Automatic, no.Manual, yes. Automatic, no.
The ECU for an automatic can be used in a manual transmission. However, it will not work vice-versa with the ECU from a manual transmission in an automatic.
you could get it with an automatic or a 4 speed manual.
manual In the USA they are all automatic.
It can be either automatic or manual depending on whether or not an optional Automatic transmissiion was installed.
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Purchase the Haynes Manual for the Lumina it has all diagrams you may need.
If the truck is manual trans, just put it in neutral and tow away.. if it is automatic, you will need to disconnect the driveshaft or risk ruining the transmission.
Yes, manual is better than automatic gears.
a turbocharger works on the engine only, it does not matter if the gearbox is manual or automatic
There might be a manual version of this car but it will be so rare that it is unfindable It is an automatic
If you buy a standard then it will be a manual transmission. If you buy an automatic, then it will be automatic.