Only if the output shaft in the trans is changed and the extention housing is added to the back of the trans. Dan the trans man.
there would be a lot of cost and work involved with that. If you want the 4x4, id say get a different truck. Probably a lot less hassle and less risk of something getting messed up in a 2x4 to 4x4 conversion
NO, The frames are made different.
My f150 shifts from 2wheel to 4wheel on the fly, but to use 4low you need to be stopped with your transmission in neutral to engage the low range in my transfer case.
In the back end of the transmission.
On a 1999 Civic, the code, P1758 usually means that there is a problem with the automatic transaxle. The transaxle is part of the drive train and 2wheel or 4wheel drive. This code can also mean a problem with the Clutch Solenoid.
We usually set them at 15 ft lbs
If it has 4wheel drive, put it in neutral on the 4wheel drive shifter and put the regular shifter in 4th gear, if not I cant help you.AnswerIf it has 4wheel drive, put it in neutral on the 4wheel drive shifter and put the regular shifter in 4th gear, if not I cant help you.
NO it will not. The center shaft in the 2-wheel drive transmissions are shorter then the 4-wheel drive transmission cause there is no need for a transfur case on the 2-wheel drives.
put trans in neutral and put 4wheel in gear then go to drive in stop mode only
If you start the vehicle, put the trans in neutral, then put the 4wheel drive in 2wheel drive, then put trans back in gear it should disengage the 4wd. The 4wd drive is a electronic function. You may have to tap the brake pedal after you have selected 2 whl drive with the trans selector in neutral
Failed transmission oil cooler, which is part of the radiator.Failed transmission oil cooler, which is part of the radiator.
351 W IS 5" ACROSS THE TOP BOLTS,, THE c6 ON THE 460 IS 8" NO.
No they make a 2 and 4 wheel drive.
The shaft inside the trans will have to be changed it is longer in a 2 wheel drive and the taIL SHAFT.
It isn't feasible to convert from two wheel drive to four wheel drive.
The 4t60e is a 4speed Transverse 60 (rating) and E for electronically controlled transmission used in front wheel drive cars. The 4L60e is a 4spd Longitudinal 60 (rating) and E for electronically controlled. If your vehicle is rear wheel drive or 4wheel drive it would have the 4l60e.
The 2001 Rubicon is FULL time 4x4 from factory. Unless you installed a 2x4/4x4 select then it should always be in 4wheel drive.
i have never lived in snow before and i am thinking of buying a truck a Chevy to be exact. it is a 2004 automatic but it does not have 4wheel drive...its really the only truck in my price range. i need a truck cuz i am moving to South Dakota and i have to drive there so i think a truck would be ideal. especally compared to my manual Nissan exterra. am i making the right decsion?
To engage 4-wheel drive (engine running), you should put the transmission into "Neutral" and manually engage it with the manual transfer knob located to the left of the auto/manual shifter. up/left is 2wheel "high", down/left is 4wheel "high", up/right is transfer case "neutral", and down/right is 4wheel "low". Once you engage your setting selected, look for a green "I" like icon in the bottom right ofyour gauge cluster showing that you are in 4wd. You may have difficulty making this icon appear, just hold brake and move your shifter into drive then into reverse and back to drive. If you cannot achieve engagement, contact your nearest service technician.
Most likely. I did just the opposite switch. YOu may have to adjust the driveshaft length, but other than that not too bad.
yes, ford rangers do come with 4wheel drive
make sure you not in LOW Range 4-wheel drive That could do it! ALSO THERE IS A VACUUM LINE GOING TO TRANSMISSION THAT SOMETIMES GETS WORKED OFF. CHECK THERE AND THAT WILL PROBABLE BE THE PROBLEM
36 millimeter on 2wheel drive