It will cost between $1500 and $3000 to change your automatic transmission to a manual transmission. The price is dependent upon the type of manual transmission.
Why would want to do that ? Manual transmission own.
Yes, it would be a lot of work, though.
Sell your auto and buy a manual car.
A Cherokee would have the AW4. A Grand Cherokee would have a 44RE.
The manual trans would be the AX5 5 speed fully synchronized.
To change the transmission fluid on the manual 1998 Ford Escort ZX2, drain the fluid from the drain hole near the speed sensor. Then refill the fluid using the plug in the side of the transmission.
When the fluid no longer look red. Transmission fluid normally doesn't have to be changed that often. For a manual transmission, maybe after 100K. The manual transmission fluid is thicker and hardly ever breaks down. Unless the gears are clashing, etc. But for an automatic transmission: that would depend on how you drive you vehicle. A good idea for a transmission fluid change would be every 3rd to 4th motor oil change. The transmission fluid is completely different from motor oil, but will eventually wear out. I say a fluid and filter change. It is usually a bad idea to get a transmission flush if the transmission is doing good, so far.
A 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7L would have a 545rfe transmission.
Way more than you would be willing to pay. You would have to change the pedals and this is very envolved. Sell it and buy a manual.
There isn't one according to my 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited Owners Manual. My Jeep has the vehicle system display screen with the green light Jeep. The manual says that there is a reading that can report a problem with the transmission temp, but when my torque converter and then transmission failed there were no indications or lights. It would sit and idle with no codes or lights and not shift into forward gears, reverse only.
uh no and no unless your rich
Yes, you can change your automatic transmission to a Tiptronic or manual transmission in a 2001 Toyota Celica. The cost will vary depending on the type of transmission and whether or not you do the work yourself. To have the transfer done, it could cost up to about $8000 or even a little more. Doing it yourself would probably cost under $5000.
it is possible but you will need to change more that just the transmission. You will need to get the ecm out of the other car or any gm that has a manual transmission and a 2.8. and change that out. early 90's cavalier would be the easiest since they made so many of them. you will also of course need the shifter and shifter linkage for a manual
No its not worth it unless ur going to do a tt motor swap. check out www.z1motorsports.com
yes, it would be costly though, have to get a manual transmission, and you would have to modify your interior floor a little bit. All depends on how old your vehicle is, maybe it would be better off just buying a manual transmission vehicle because on some you have to change differentials because of the gear rations, and many other electronic parts.
The default manual transmission on a 1998 Honda Civic would be a 5-speed manual transmission. These are commonly referred to as "stick shift" cars.Ê
The cost would outway the results. The column and pedals would have to be changed . The computer and wiring harness so that the transmission would shift. And the beat gones on.
The easiest and cheapest way would be to find a donor Scout and scavenge parts off that vehicle.
Yes, it can be done, but it is much harder to change from an A/T to a Manual than from a Manual to an A/T. You will need a donor car for all the parts needed, otherwise the cost would be extremely high. Realize you will have to install a clutch pedal, different brake pedal, and a floor shifter to control the transmission. My advice is to sell the vehicle you now own and buy one with a Manual transmission if that is what you want. You will be money ahead.
Some require no maintenance at all. I would recommend changing it when the clutch is replaced.
You can fit a manual transmission into an automatic Ford Mustang as long as you have the same engine but you will have to change a lot of things. Depending on the year, you would have to change things like the computer, wiring , steering column to add the clutch, etc. It would be better to buy one that's a 5 speed already.
Probably the AISAN AW4