Converting a manual transmission to automatic transmission is not possible but you can replace a manual transmission to an automativ transmission . That is also an expensive deal.
Why the hell would you want to?
I am assuming that this is the question, how do I convert a manual 540 to automatic? The answer is easy as I want to convert my automatic 540 to manual so we swap parts. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, by removing the manual transmission and installing an automatic. Unless you have a donor car this would be extremely expensive. My advice is that if you want an A/T sell the car you have and then buy one with an automatic.
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You sell the automatic and by one with a manual transmission. It's too expensive and too time consuming to swap them.
No it is not possible
Yes, you need to get a top loader transmission and linkage
It is not easy but do-able. It is easiest and cheapest if you can find a doner vehicle that will furnish all parts required.
You must be kidding!!! Sell this car and buy an automatic.
Going from a manual to an automatic is not that hard but going from automatic to manual is a not easy. This will be a very expensive conversion unless you buy a donor car to get parts from. From my experience I suggest if you want a Saturn with a manual transmission then sell the one you have and go buy one with a manual. You will be money ahead.
It is possible but impractical and not worth the cost. Sell yours and buy a new one or trade it in. yes you can but its a waste of time
No, but you can convert it to a push button system.
GO OUT AND BUY A 95 2.0 MANUAL JETTA. GOING FROM MANUAL TO AUTO IS CHEAP...GOING FROM AUTO TO MANUAL IS EXPENSIVE$$$$$$
Sure! But it would probably be cheaper to buy another car.
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Converting from the stock auto to the stock AX15 tranny is no problem. It uses the same mounts and everything.
You could, but it would be easier and cheaper to buy a manual truck.
Yes, it is possible to convert a manual into an automatic. I converted my automatic integra into a manual. It runs smooth as silk. To tell you the truth and not to discurage you, it would be easier to sell your manual or even trade it for somebodys automatic. There are many Integra lovers that would love to get their hands on a manual. If this is not possible here it goes. It will be even more expensive to convert to an automatic than it is to convert to a manual.Why? There are more electoronic components involved versus the manual.(sensors, shift lock, ect.) These are the parts: 1: Automatic transmission with sensors 2: torque converter and plate 3: automatic mid shaft(manual's is different) 4: shift cable 5: automatic pedal set (brake and gas) 6: automatic shifter complete with interlock switch and harness 7: automatic cluster 8: automatic ecu 9: automatic flywheel cover 10: rear transmission bracket and the lower transmission bracket( the manual ones is different ( trust me I know) You will also need the top transmission mount and the top transmission frame bracket that you can purchase at Acura for about $50. You will have to cut the manual off the frame, grind the welds down and weld the auto bracket in place. 11: You will need a wheel saw to cut away at the center console where the manual shifter is. you need to make room for the manual shifter and the shift cable 12: The center shift console needs to be changed as well. The manual one is smaller. 13: You need the auto flywheel plate bolts, the manual one are longer. 14: you need the automatic starter as well. 15: you need the automatic radiator, the manual one does not have the tranny oil cooler in it. 16: The only other thing brother is the electrical. You need to run two wires to the shift lock, the reverse wires to the auto shifter, the cruise controll to the auto shifter and you should be set and ready to cruise. Now the only thing left is for who to do the install?
Yes, with much difficulty and a donor car with all the parts necessary. Sell this car and buy a manual.
you can get it with manual or automatic.
You cannot convert an automatic transmission to a manual one, but you can replace the automatic with a manual. It is a big job and if you do not do it your self would probably cost a lot more than selling the automatic truck and buying a manual truck. The manual will require different shift linkage, adding clutch pedal and parts to actuate the clutch, and you may need a drive shaft of different length. It is also common for automatics and manuals to use different rear axle ratios, and even the Electrinic Control Module and some wiring may need to be changed. Maybe that automatic is not so bad after all.