Yes, under certain circumstances, and you need to know what you are doing. What I mean is, if you are going from a M/T to an A/T, you may need to remove the pilot bearing from the crankshaft. If you are going into a M/T, you may have to install a pilot bearing. Is this the same size engine, just a different transmission? Or are we also changing engine sizes, or year models? If so, we might have a conflict in wiring or engine controls, so there may be more questions to consider than just the issue of a different transmission.
The short answer is "Yes". However, the swap in question is not an easy one for many backyard mechanics. In order to make the swap happen you will need aftermarket motor mounts, modified axles, a modified wiring harness, a pedal swap, a new center console (to make the shifter look right,) and an upgrade from OBD0 to OBD1.Depending on the trim level of your 1991 Civic, you can swap motors from the same generation Civic (1988-1991) for not only a power increase, but a cheaper and easier swap. So if you have an LX, you could source a D16A6 engine from a Civic SI for a considerable power improvement, and all you will need is the motor and preferably the Engine Control Unit (ECU).The automatic-to-manual swap will require a set of pedals from a 1988-1991 Civic, a manual transmission for the motor you have or want to use with shift linkage, all clutch components with lines and cylinder(s), and an ECU designed for both your motor and transmission.
Two on the engine, one on the transmission.Two on the engine, one on the transmission.
3for the motor and one for the transmission
you have a couple options, you can pull the motor and have it rebuilt swap in a used motor from a junk yard drop the transmission and pull the crank, replacing it with a new crank rods and bearings if you are lucky you may not have scored the crank and you can replace the one bearing ang rod or you can junk/sell the car
Swap it out with a new one and see if it helps. Its not hard. Its just below the intake on top of the transmission, close to the firewall. Don't change it with the motor hot; it will hurt.
Motor or transmission mounts. That or your transmission is slipping one way or the other.
I have heard that one can loosen the motor and transmission and hold the motor up with a hoist and lower the carriage instead of pulling out the whole motor in order to take out the transmission. This will allow one to keep all the odds and ends still affixed to the motor above while one replaced/fixed the transmission. I know that I pulled out the power steering unit this way without having to pull the motor. My ex-wife got her transmission fixed in a Taurus this way.
Provided the '97 Prelude is a base model, then yes it is possible to swap in an H22a variant. The Prelude Type SH motor is different as the ATTS unit is connected to the motor. So, the only compatible H22a motors would be one from another Type SH, or the JDM Honda Prelude Type S motor.
No. The Ram 3500 has a much heavier duty transmission, and swapping one out for another will NOT be a simple drop-in swap.
There are a few different motors that can swap in with some mods and wiring. you already have the ka24de in it. You can swap in The sr20det or if you have alot of money i would spring for the rb20 25 or 26. the Nissan skyline motor. it requires alot of wiring to work. I've even seen one person put a v8 into a 91 s13. you can also fit a ca18det which was in the early 240s in japan it is a fairly cheap motor and swap is you have a first gen. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_240SX this site will tell you everything about the motors what will swap in etc
To do this swap you will need to swap out the engine, transmission and transfer case as a unit. And there is a host of other things to change including the motor mounts, wiring, etc. This is not an easy swap by any means. You would be wise to sell the 2.5 Wrangler and get one with a 4.0.
2 motor and 1 transmission mount holding it in place****If your engine 3.4 l then actually 3 motor and 1 transmission(in front of engine upper 2 supports ,one passenger side under motor and one driver side transmission mount)
don't think they will interchange one is a straight 6 the other is a v6
First you need to know if they are both the same, they made a single over head cam and also made a duel over head cam motor! What ever you are putting must match the one coming out, unless you swap the head. Now if you are working on a automatic and the car you are taking the motor out of is a 5sp. you will need to swap computers too. Other than that, yes they will swap.
Not without a lot of work. You will need to replace the motor mounts, ECU and transmission. Far from a direct swap.
Inspect the transmission and motor mounts. You may have a broken one.
well you really don't have to swap for the tsi motor. you can get all the turbo parts(turbo, manifold, piping, intercooler, ect.) and they will work with the NA motor but you will need the turbo injectors and fuel pump and some sort of air/fuel management. the APexi AFC is a good one and you can get one off of eBay for around $100.
Crankcase or motor oil is thicker than transmission oil. That's one difference, there may be more (other than color)
If you were to swap around any two of the three line connections the motor will run in the opposite direction.
Well what makes a car faster is the type of motor it carrys plus the transmission Well what makes a car faster is the type of motor it carrys plus the transmission Well what makes a car faster is the type of motor it carrys plus the transmission Well what makes a car faster is the type of motor it carrys plus the transmission
Two on the engine, one on the back of the transmission.Two on the engine, one on the back of the transmission.
One dipstick Is oil one is transmission
Bascially they are the same engine.
If they are both 4.3L engines, yes. If one is a 2.2L and the other is a 4.3L, no.
Pull the motor or pull the transmission, one of them has to come out.