I have been looking for a replacement gearbox for my 2000HDi, found that the 1.9 will not fit.
yes it will any saxo/pug gearbox will fit but putting a 1.4 gearbox on a 1.1 will slow the car down as the gear ratio's in the 1.4 gearbox are longer meaning your cars acceleration will be affected
A 1956 red carbon gearbox will fit
The gearbox will physically fit, you need to change the clutch to a push type clutch however. If we are talking 5 speed gearboxes.
A 2.0 Galaxy gearbox will fit a 2.8 Galaxy. The two petrol engines have the same size and specs, and are therefore interchangeable.Ê
YOU NEED TO HAVE BELL HOUSING FROM CORTINA IF IT FITS GEARBOX IT WILL FIT IN TO CORTINA IM ASSUMING THAT THE CORTINA IS A MK11 IT ALSO HAS TO BE OF SAME YEAR. ALSO CHECK RATIO OF GEARBOX YOU WILL HAVE TO USE THE GEAR STICK FROM GEARBOX AS THEY ARE DIFFERANT THREADS HOPE THIS IS OF HELP KIFF which model of escort? which model of cortina? If the engine is the kent crossflow type in both vehicles then the gearbox will fit either engine
No they fit different, although mk2 and mk3 and some mk4 polo gearboxes will fit. You want an 8P gearbox.
Only if it has a completely different gearbox (with overdrive) fitted. You would then have to find an engine to fit the gearbox. You may have problems fitting this into the bodyshell, so I suggest you source a secondhand body from a car that will fit the engine and gearbox. Maybe you could fit the body from the car you took the engine and gearbox out of? Then all you need is an interior, driveshafts, brakes, wheels etc. and the job is done!
of course not
1. Buy a New clutch and pressure plate 2. Remove gearbox 3. remove old clutch and pressure plate 4. fit new clutch and pressure plate 5. fit gearbox 6. Drive
gto t.t gearbox will fitt non turbo, you will also need transfer box from t.t different spline on t.t gearbox
Yes, albeit new engine and gearbox mounting need to be fabricated.
yes it can but the gearbox is very tight in the tunnel
The mountings on the top will differ. It should fit the engine ok, but you will need to fabricate a new cradle to match the car's gearbox mounting position.
Absolutely yes. only 5K gearbox has smaller clutch disk and 19teeth of main shaft, while T50 and T40 gearbox had larger clutch disk diameter and has 20teeth main shaft, as far as all concern, bellhousing will fit perfectly
Yes, I have it done on mine. The MK3 2.0 gearbox fails when it gets to high mileage. The Mk2 1.8 gearbox is bulletproof.
the 1980 one is a little bigger so you will have to lube in with corn syrope to get it to fit
no - the shaft and splines are too big do you know where there is a 90 yam gearbox for sale