The presence of a carburetor has nothing to do with automatic or manual transmissions. Newer vehicles use computer controlled fuel injectors to provide enough fuel for the engine to run. Injected cars have a couple different ways to configure the injector system. When multiple injectors are placed along the intake manifold it's called port injection. When a central injector is placed in the throttle body, it's called throttle body injection. Older vehicles were equipped with carburetors, which provided the fuel the "old fashioned way", and was not anywhere NEAR as precise as the computer controlled injector systems today. Automatic transmission just mean that you don't have to use a clutch. neither, only farm tractors
yes i do have both automatic & manual lockouts.
Both automatic and manual transmissions are offered on most of the Ford Mustang models
All straight trucks are Automatic
It has both, manual and automatic:)
It is available in both.
Some, you can get both. Automatic and manual.
Is it a manual or automatic gearbox? Both the automatic and the manual require Dexron/Mercon.
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.
BMWs are only available with manual transmissions at purchase. However, automatic transmissions may replace manual. There are only a few automatic transmissions which may be used in a BMW, so it is an expensive process.
Both automatic and manual 5.0
They have both but mostly automatics.
It comes in both manual and automatic models if that is what you are asking?
The base transmission was a 3-speed manual. The 4-speed manual and 3-speed automatic were optional. Both manual transmissions were Muncies and the automatic was the turbo 400.
Yes if they are both manual or automatic.
Subaru Impreza cars, through to the 3rd generation, come in both automatic and standard (manual) transmissions. In their 4th generation, only manual or Linear Tronic CVT is available.
You didn't state weather it was an Automatic or Manual transmission. Well any way they are both on the transmission. Manual transmission has a separate switch for the backup lights the automatic is built into the neutral safety switch on the transmission. Automatic switch is about $50.00. Manual switch is about $10.00. Hope you have a manual it is a lot cheaper.
Both. Lamborghini drivers can choose between five operating modes: three manual (Strada, Sport and Corsa) and two automatic (Strada-auto and Sport-auto).
Both the manual and automatic transmissions take Mercon ATF.
Inside the transmission for both manual and automatic.
They sell both manual and automatic. You will never find a dealer with only 1 of the 2.
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.
According to the owners manual ( which can be viewed on-line at www . motorcraft service . com - no spaces - click on Owner Guides ) Both the manual and the automatic transaxle take Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid
Automatic transmission fluid is used for both Manual and automatic transmissions. Manuals take 2.5quarts and automatics take 4.5 quarts.
You can use either both have their pros and cons