yes you can
Most gm parts will enter change as long as the motor's match and the body style's are close
The 91 (assuming it is an AUTOMATIC transmission) has a 700R4 + the 92 has a 4L60 trans ( most of the time ) the 4L60 is computer controlled + the truck will have a code if you put a 700R4 + you will need to get a kick down cable bracket + adapter for the throttle body.
You can check your automatic transmission fluid in your 1992 Chevy Cavalier with the transmission dipstick. The dipstick will have marks that indicate whether it is full or low one quart.
That would be the 4L80E automatic transmission.
it is a 700r4
yes, as long as the 1992 accord is also an automatic
Yes you can.
no GM changed the cases
It uses DEXTRON III automatic trans fluid.
700R4 from 1986 to 1992 should work
No it will not interchange. You need an Accord transmission from a 1990-1993.
You can use any SAE certified automatic transmission fluid in your 1992 Mitsubishi. You should never overfill your automatic transmission fluid.
Any 4L60E transmission, 1993 and up. The mechanical 4L60 and 700R4 from 1992 and earlier will not work.
A518 is the transmission if it is an automatic, and if it is a manual then it is a Getrag 360.
Timing sets at 0 / ZERO TDC. (Top Dead Center )
Not unless the 1992 is 4x4.
mercedez Benz 1992 300 E 4door cuope automatic transmission diagram
A4LD automatic transmission
Only the 5-speeds. You can't swap automatics without running into problems, and you can't swap an automatic for a 5-speed without modifying (and it will still throw an engine code afterward). A 1992 Corsica had a 3T40 automatic, and the 1995 Beretta had a 4T60E automatic. Your best bet is to swap in another 4T60E. It came in a lot of GM vehicles. Go to car-part.com and enter "1995 Chevy Beretta automatic transmission" in the search for a list compatible transmissions and prices in your area.
That would be the 4L60E
The 1992 Ford Explorer uses an A4LD automatic transmission
No turbo 350's in 1992.
Automatic is an A4LD
The automatic is an A4LD
It is a 4L60E
That would be the 4L80E