yes you can all you need to do is switch the automatic flywheel and putt on a standard flywheel and make sure the clutch from the transmission will bolt up to the flywheel.
yes you can ,but you will need to buy and have installed, a new flywheel, bell housing, transmission, clutch, and drive shaft. then you will also have to have installed a clutch pedal inside the car. and to top it off, it the car has a computer, you will need to buy a computer to match a standard shift instead of an automatic shift. cheaper just to change cars
It is located between the back of the engine and the transmission. It houses the flywheel and clutch if it is a standard or the flex plate and the torque converter if it is an automatic transmission.
yes it will i just had an automatic engine installed in my manuel car. and used the old harness
The flywheel (standard shift) or torque converter (automatic transmission).
Yes, the VW Rabbit will be available in both standard and automatic transmission. The transmission options are a 5 speed manual or 6 speed automatic.
1992 Chevrolet/GMC Sierra Z71s with the 5.7L and automatic transmission for the flywheel (flexplate assembly). At wholesale prices an economy flexplate will run around 25$ while a premium an OER part will be around 90.
Yes, but you have to remove the automatic transmission housing, and you have to replace the Torque Converter with a standard transmission clutch that matches the type of transmission with which you are mating the engine.
Separate the engine/transmission; either pull the engine or transmission, whichever is easier for you. If it's an automatic, disconnect the torque converter from the flywheel. You can get to the bolts through the dust cover.After the engine/transmission are separated, if it's a standard, remove the pressure plate/clutch disk.pull the bolts that hold the flywheel and it should fall off in your hand.
If you buy a standard then it will be a manual transmission. If you buy an automatic, then it will be automatic.
it was standard but you could order it with an automatic from the factory
For both manual and automatic transmission equipped vehicles, the flywheel is actually attached to the rear of the engine crankshaft, not to the transmission itself. But cars that have automatic transmissions originally can have flywheels that are not compatable with manual transmissions. That is because with an auto trans the torque converter is bolted onto the flywheel, and there is no need for a central hole and bearing or bushing in the exact center of the flywheel. On the other hand, with a manual transmissioned car there is a pressure plate bolted to the flywheel, and a clutch plate is sandwiched between the pressure plate and the flywheel. There is also a shaft from the transmission thru the bell housing, through the center of the pressure plate, attached with a toothed surface to the clutch plate, and then the extreme forward point of this shaft goes into a hole in the center of a flywheel, and is held in place by a pilot bushing or pilot bearing that has been pressed into the center hole of the flywheel. So if you take out an automatic transmission and torque converter, you might not be able to bolt in a manual transmission because there might not be a central hole in the original flywheel to hold the pilot bearing/bushing and the tip of the pilot shaft....You may need to also change the flywheel.
It can come with either one. But the standard is an automatic transmission.
It would be cheaper to repair or replace the automatic transmission. There are too many differences between a standard transmission and an automatic to economically swap in a standard.
That depends. If the car is an automatic the flywheel has 153 teeth. With a manual transmission it also has 153 teeth unless the car was equipped with a heavy duty clutch, which WAS optional in the 1972 Nova, but it is pretty rare. Most of the 168 teeth heavy duty clutches were installed behind big blocks. Yours is most likely a 153 tooth. One easy way to check this is looking at the starter bolts. If they are parallel with the flywheel, then it is a 153 teeth flywheel. If they are diagonal with the flywheel, then it is a 168 teeth, which also means that an 11" clutch is most likely installed as well.
depends is it standard or automatic
Is this a standard transmission, or an automatic? automatic
The question is if the transmission is a standard or an automatic, if it is a standard then the transmission is located directly behind the bell housing which is bolted onto the rear of the engine, if it is an automatic then the transmission is bolted directly to the rear of the engine
Does it have an automatic or standard transmission? That is the first question..
if it is an automatic then yes, if it is a standard transmission then no
Assuming this is a standard transmission flywheel, if the clutch has been allowed to slip excessively and overheat the flywheel, it may have cracked and warped the flywheel clutch surface allowing the clutch to chatter during take off.
The Mustang GT (2011 model) has a 6-speed manual transmission standard and a 6-speed automatic transmission optional. The 2010 Mustang GT had a 5-speed manual transmission standard and a 5-speed automatic transmission optional.
The 2002 PT cruiser is equipped with an automatic transmission. The automatic transmission does not have a standard clutch. The transmission will need to be completely rebuilt.
Depends on which engine it has and if it is a standard or an automatic.