This is a pretty large task. The tranny does not drop out from the underside as rear drive cars do. the engine transaxle unit removes out from under the van as a subassembly on the lower subframe. You would need the ability to raise the front of the van high enough to roll the entire front sub frame (front suspension, wheels and all) out from beneath after all disconnections have been made. I doubt most people can do this safely, at home. Figure on having to lift the front half of the vehicle up as high as 36" or three feet. This cannot be done safely with bottle jacks, ratchets or floor. Either a body jack, that looks like a forklift but is hydraulic, and supports the front of the car on two prongs, or an overhead winch with sufficient capacity. Making an A frame to lift and engine out of a car is one thing, but lifting up a car is another. SAFETY is paramont. DON"T use a makeshift A-frame or think the ceiling in your garage will be enough to support it. Don't take that chance. A good Haynes manual will detail all the steps. It was take as along as it takes. My advice is for you to go somewhere and pay to do it. not only will it get done faster and professionally, you'll also get a warrantee on the workmanship if anything gets screwed up. You screw up, if all on you. they mess up, they fix.
Remove the dash. This job is NOT easy.
Don't bother, neither the manual or automatic use it
This is a major mechanical project. Remove the clutch and manual transmission and the radiator. Install automatic transmission, new driveshaft, new radiator. You have just spent as much as a car is worth.
you can install an automatic transmission, but i wouldn't try one from a v6 unless your motor is a v6 as well
Save up your money and have the job done by a pro, honestly, its a pain and not worth the savings.
Standard or automatic transmission??? In most vehicle situations the switch unscrews out of the likage side of the transmission.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix transmission pressure solenoid. Remove the solenoid retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new transmission pressure solenoid.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
Put the van on the lift and drain the transmission fluid, next drop the transmission on a tranny jack and proceed to do a transmission overhaul. Reverse the proceedure to install.
2004 Pontiac thermostat Service and Repair 2004 Pontiac Thermostat Replacement 2004 Pontiac Removal Procedure : 1. If equipped with an automatic transmission, remove the exhaust manifold. 2. Drain the cooling system. 3. Remove the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe bolts. 4. Remove the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe. 5. Remove the thermostat. Installation Procedure 1. Install the thermostat. 2. Install the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions. 3. Install the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe bolt. ^ Tighten the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe bolt to 10 Nm (18 inch lbs.). 4. If equipped with an automatic transmission, install the exhaust manifold. 5. Fill the cooling system.
As amazing as it is i need more info. such as; the year motor and what transmission does it have, is it 4 or 2 wheel drive and if its automatic does it have overdrive?
Only the transmission needs to be removed. One day.
For such a large job, if it is not obvious to you, you should be using a repair manual, or take it to a competent shop.
Don't do it. It's a sports car, learn to drive a stick. If you are replacing an automatic transmission... then I would think this would be a good opportunity to upgrade to a manual. You're cutting off about 20hp and 10ft lbs of torque by keeping an automatic transmission.
The 302 is alredy balanced. You do need to install a piolet berring in the rear of the crankshaft.
We are asking how to remove and install a oxygen sensor for a2006 pontiac torrent.
1 Drop pan 2 Remove filter 3 Install filter 4 Insert new gasket after cleaning surface 5 Install pan. Put 5 quarts in, then add as necessary
In the 1993 Pontiac Transport Van, the two heater cores are interchangeable. To install one heater core in another position, longer hoses might be necessary to reach the necessary hose positions and new holes might need to be drilled.
remove wheel, caliper,brakes,rotor. unplug abs connector and unbolt hub. install is reverse.
I would highly recommend it if it has never been changed. A transmission cooler would also be a great piece to install. They are very inexpensive, easy to install, and can save your transmission from overheating when towing.
if automatic first install a extra transmission cooler,and use syntheic ATF.You can turbocharge engine to make it faster.
Drain the radiator of fluid, take the shroud off if it has one, take top and lower radiator hoses off the radiator, if automatic transmission you need to take the 2 lines that go into the bottom of the radiator off, unbolt the 4 bolts that hold the radiator in to the radiator support and pull the radiator out, to install new radiator just reverse the process.
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The THM125 automatic is a good solid piece and can with proper care be used with the V8 engine swap The original 5 speed manual is similarly strong. As a refit the 4t60 and 4t60E are good choices for increased fuel economy and strength but require considerable modification to install.
Sure can. The simplest way would be to purchase a 1967-72 truck for parts that is an automatic. This way you have everything you need to swap it over such as the flex plate, torque converter, linkages, steering column, neutral safety switch, brake pedal, wire harness, radiator, transmission cooling lines, driveshaft, automatic transmission cross member, transmission mount, dipstick and dipstick tube, and all the nuts and bolts you'll need.