there are six bolts in the bellhousing on a v8 Chevrolet transmission
There are many bolts that assemble a transmission, automatic or standard. Be more specific.
There are 6 bolts that hold the transmission to the 4.3L block.
11 including five mount bolts
6 bolts hold the transmission to the back of the engine.
Yes, bolts simply hold in a Camry transmission. That's just a law of nature
There are 6 bolts that holds the transmission to the engine.
There are many different bolts on a transmission. Need to know which ones.
A 4.0 ford ranger will hold 10 quarts of transmission oil. This is if the if the transmission is totally dry including the lines and the transfer case.
The 1972 Ford Ranger pickup truck transmission holds 12 quarts of transmission fluid. The 1972 Ford transmission can only use a transmission fluid made for Ford transmissions.
Generally there is six bolts holding the transmission bellhousing to the engine block. There are several more holding the torque converter to the flex plate and the rear transmission mount to the crossmember.
Most starters have two VERY long bolts that retain it to the bell-houseing of the transmission.
Should be 6 bolts on the bell housing to mate it to the engine.
6 not including starter bolts
6 bell housing to block bolts.
Approximately ( 2.8 quarts ) of Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for the 5 speed manual transmission in a 2004 Ford Ranger
? have to ask what bolts are looking for. 13 for the oil pan and 6 that hold it to the engine.
This will depend on how many bolts it has. If the vehicle has 13 bolts you will need a THM400. If it has 16 bolts it will need a THM700-R4.