Is the engine oil and the transmission oil fed from the same tank not refering to the clutch-primary oil?
No, the engine oil and trans oil are not fed from the same tank on H.D. bikes. Engine oil is separate, from the primary drive chain on 4 speed big twins, the transmission oil is also separate. Sportster engines have separate engine oil and their transmissions share primary case oil with the wet clutch. 5 speed models wet clutch models have separate primary case lube, transmission lube and engine oil. As far as my memory serves, no Harley Davidsons have shared engine oil and transmission oil similar to some Jap bikes
Is it possible to change a 1985 Jetta Diesel engine with automatic transmission with a 1987 turbo Diesel engine using the same automatic transmission does the auto trans bolt on the turbo engine easy?
I need to replace the engine and transmission in my 92 Subaru loyale what other years and models will fit?
Can Lucas transmission fix be used where engine and transmission share the same oil like a Honda ATC?
[quote]Generally no. The connection to the transmission is quite different, better to change both the engine and the transmission.[/quote] actually you can...if they are the same engine just one was from the automatic version of the car and yours is the manual or vice versa you can do it, the engines are the same, it is the transmission that is different. but if the engine is from a different year/model you might want to check…
Is a 1994 Toyota Corolla automatic transmission the same as the 1990 Geo Prizm automatic transmission?
Is it easiest to replace the engine on a 1992 Acura Vigor 2.5 automatic with or without removing the transmission at the same time?
You are better taking off the engine with the transmission together, I have a 93' Vigor and changed the transmission and it pretty hard, there many bolts that are hard to get; if you need to changed your engine, it will be much easier taking the transmission off while the engine is off the vehicle..