Im swapping in amanual this time. I should have done it right the first time it went out and got rid of the auto then.stick with the auto. The amount of work involved in conversion would be too much. Plus cost of a flywheel,clutch assy, and trans would be huge.
Be sure to have trans codes checked before a overhaul. Once in a great while I fix a Dodge because it needs a sensor or such. Dan the tranny man
Well i have a 96 dodge 1500, and depending on what the trans is doing it could also be the relays in the transmission. If it seems like it won't shift into the higher gears or like its slipping that could be the problem. To say the least I'm just a mechanic wana be lol.
The type should be engraved in the automatic transmission fluid dipstick . ( if you have the 5 speed manual transmission it would have Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in it from the factory )
According to the 1999 Ford Explorer owners manual ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) is used in all of the automatic transmissions and the 5 speed manual transmission * the type of transmission fluid used should be engraved on the automatic transmission fluid dipstick *
That would depend on which transmission you have According to the 1999 Ford F-150 owners manual : The 4 R 70 W automatic transmission takes ( Motorcraft MERCON - V - automatic transmission fluid ) The 4 R 100 automatic transmission takes ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) The 5 speed manual transmission takes ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) If the automatic transmission has a dipstick check the handle or the dipstick , the type of transmission fluid should be indicated
In order to check the transmission fluid on a 2000 BMW 323i, you must first determine whether the transmission is manual or automatic. If it's automatic, it's not suggested that you change it yourself. If it's manual, you should look in the user's manual for instructions.
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.
No.Most automatic transmission are checked in either park of neutral.Check the dipstick or the owners manual for more info.No.Most automatic transmission are checked in either park of neutral.Check the dipstick or the owners manual for more info.
A manual transmission does not typically use [automatic] transmission fluid, or "ATF." As it is just a gearbox, it is usually filled with "gear lube" oil formulated for the task. Whatever type of lubricant is specified by the transmission manufacturer, it should be changed occasionally due to oxidation breakdown with heat and time. Consult the owner's manual for the proper fluid and interval. It should be much longer than an automatic transmission.
If it has an automatic transmission, it should have a dipstick on the passenger side, under the hood, near the firewall. If it has a manual transmission, no dipstick.
Whether it is a manual transmission or an automatic transmission you should use Dexron 3 available at most auto supply stores.
if it is a automatic transmission you should change it every 15,000 miles, and if its a manual its recomeded at 30,000-45,000
The Question Is A Bit Of A Quirk. If You Have An Automatic Tranny The OD Should Be Automatic. But Yes They Would Be The Same, Or Per se. The Same Principle
There should be a red dipstick on the drivers side under the hood near the firewall. Similar to that of an automatic transmission.