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.
either the volkswagen tourag or Porsche cayanne turbo s
The type of induction an engine uses is not directly relevant to its transmission type. In other words the engine can be naturally aspirated, turbo or supercharged and use an automatic, manual, cvt etc.
800 rpm + or - 50 according to workshop manual
If it is a automatic its is the hydramatic 4l80e if it is a manual transmission it is a v 4500
3,494 lbs.(1,585 kg) with a manual transmission, 3,572 lbs. (1,620 kg) with a Tiptronic.
The automatic is a 48 RE. The manual is a NV5600.
a turbocharger works on the engine only, it does not matter if the gearbox is manual or automatic
The dipstick for an automatic transmission on a 2007 Forester turbo is in the engine compartment. It is on the front passenger side of the compartment.
Yes but do to the 400 Turbo Trans being much longer you will need a shorter drive shaft
The 7.3 PS had 250hp for the trucks with an automatic transmission from 1999-2003; in 2001 the power was increased to 275hp for the trucks with a manual transmission.
10.0 us qt (9.5 liter) for non-turbo; 10.4 us qt (9.8 liter) for turbo as per "Capacities" in the "OWNER'S MANUAL".....
The turbo is a 14b if its a manual transmission
yea u can,
Many Porsche's have back seats. For example....PORSCHE CAYENNE, S, TURBO, GTS, TURBO S, TRANSABERIAPORSCHE 996 CARRERRA, TURBO, S, 4SPORSCHE 944, S, S2, TURBOPORSCHE 993 CARRERRA, TURBO, S, 4SPORSCHE 928, S, GTSPORSCHE 997 CARRERRA, TURBO, S, 4SPorsche PanameraS, Panamera4s, Panamera Turbo.ETC..........
turbo 350 or 2004r
That should be a 4L80E transmission.
how many 2007 porsche turbo were made
If it is an automatic transmission then it will be the 350 turbo that was put in it from the factory.
The '87 and '88 Turbo Coupe reportedly was set up for 140HP output when coupled with the automatic transmission, and also reportedly 220HP when coupled with the manual trans.
AnswerIf it has one it will be on the transmission pan. Some trans do not have a drain plug, and the pan must be removed to drain the fluid.-NOT TRUE!!!Plug being on the drain pan is only true for an automatic transmission and yes there is one there. If it's automatic turbo it has 2 drain plugs on/near the pan and non turbo automatic there is on drain plug on the pan.The manual tranny drain plug on a 2g dsm turbo is a single bolt on the inside of the tranny (opposite side of the where the cv axle attaches) near the crossmember. The tranny drain plug for a non turbo dsm is on the bottom part of the transmission and is also a single bolt.
This depends on if the eclipse is automatic or manual and also if it is the turbo model or the non-turbo model.