no but you need to install a pilot bearing in the back of the crankshaft to accept the spline for the tranny
It would be a lot more than just installing a bearing in the crankshaft!
You could end up by having to change the engine, you need gear lever connections, you might even have to have a new ECU, cost hundreds.
You can contact your local wrecking yards and try to locate the same vehicle you have only in a standard shift. The vehicle may be damaged from an accident but you would have all the parts needed to change over, every nut and bolt.
Engines with automatic chokes also usually have an automatic throttle which is supposed to run the engine at the best speed. Changing the choke would probably also require coming up with some way to change the throttle.
For most engines there is no need to change the crankshaft to use an engine for an automatic or a manual transmission. For an automatic, connect a flex-plate to the crankshaft. For a manual transmission connect a flywheel.
To change an automatic galant to a 5-speed, you need a Computer for the Manual transmission of that year, and an engine.
If youre changing over a Taurus and its not an SHO then you will have to swap out the entire engine. SHOs were the only ones offered with stick and the manual transmission will not bolt up to a regular Taurus's engine.
Yes u MUST change the computer if you are changing the transmission from auto to manual (visa versa). The computers are different for the especially where the trannirs are concerned.
a turbocharger works on the engine only, it does not matter if the gearbox is manual or automatic
Though it could be technically possible, it's probably not financially responsible. It would likely cost more than an automatic 1999 Subaru Outback with a rebuilt engine. The main problem would be in changing it from manual to automatic. Or, there are no automatic/manual "engine's", the engine IS separate from the transmission, this is an easy swap provided you have th skills, the wiring harness and ECU will need to be swapped as well.
wich one radiator, engine or transmission (manual or automatic)... wich one radiator, engine or transmission (manual or automatic)...
Most likley, what is the make of car and year engine size?
there isn't a difference cause theres no such thing as a automatic or manual engine. there is such thing as a manual transmission aka trans. and a automatic trans. the automatic shifts by hydrolic pressure that increases when acclurating. and a manual trans the person driving the vehical shifts the gears with a lever. i hope that's what you wanted to know.
You can change a manual transmission to an automatic. It can cost upwards of 3,000 dollars to do this for a Volkswagen Polo.
There really aren't automatic or manual engines, but there are manual and automatic transmissions - gear boxes. Automatics don't need shifting as you pick up speed going forward, but manuals do.
well youll probly have to change the tranny if you changing the engine
Most definatly its automatic...i think...if i spelled that right
automatic tap changing transformers can change their tap setting on their own, manual tap means a person has to manually go out and change the tap setting
manual or automatic?
A parts car like yours with an automatic transmission.
The Tranny will bolt up to the engine fine you just have to change all the components from manual to automatic (clutch, flexplate, flywheel, and all that jazz) Good Luck!
If your transmission is manual, you will have to change gear. If it is automatic, you won't.
Buy a manual transmission that will bolt to your engine configuration, clutch assembly, drive shaft, et cetera. Install said parts and presto, you'll have a manual transmission car.
if its a manual sounds like the clutch no it is an automatic
It could have an automatic or 5-speed manual
[quote]Generally no. The connection to the transmission is quite different, better to change both the engine and the transmission.[/quote] actually you can...if they are the same engine just one was from the automatic version of the car and yours is the manual or vice versa you can do it, the engines are the same, it is the transmission that is different. but if the engine is from a different year/model you might want to check if the transmission and engine will line up properly, or you will do alot of work for nothing
Yes, they are both 2nd generation Escorts. This is if you are going to change a manual to a manual or an automatic to an automatic.
i think so