John's a dumbazz. 10mm socket for the tensioner and 15mm wrench to loosen the pulley on the top right side of engine by the electrical auxiliary fan. Loosen the puuley 1st then the tensioner to get enough play to slip off old one and do reverse for the new one. EZ $$$ remove airbox, loosen the Power Steering pump, draw a diagram of how the belt is on there, remove old one and install new one. tension it and tighten bolts, in all about a 10 minute job. john
keep it from changing on time
Not without disassembling the transmission and changing the rear half of the case.Not without disassembling the transmission and changing the rear half of the case.
Changing an automatic to a manual transmission involves a lot of work. First, the brake pedal must be changed to a manual brake/clutch installation. Additionally, a separate bell housing, clutch mechanism, shifter and linkage are required.
Try changing the fluid and filter.
Broken motor mount
Check fluid level Change fluid and filter Bring to a transmission shop
Try changing transmission fluid and filter
There is no drain plug assuming it is an automatic transmission it is drained when removing the transmission pan and changing the transmission filter.
Depends on how many Cylinders on the car?
The "lockup torque converter" could be engaging too soon. Take it to a transmission shop to have it diagnosed.
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Pull the transmission dipstick, smell the fluid and notice the color. If the fluid is brown and smells burnt, it needs changing.
There are many reasons. Take it to a trans shop.
Try changing the transmission fluid and filter
Inhibitor switch reduces engine power to avoid shock while automatic transmission changing gears
If youre changing over a Taurus and its not an SHO then you will have to swap out the entire engine. SHOs were the only ones offered with stick and the manual transmission will not bolt up to a regular Taurus's engine.
For most engines there is no need to change the crankshaft to use an engine for an automatic or a manual transmission. For an automatic, connect a flex-plate to the crankshaft. For a manual transmission connect a flywheel.
Try changing you oil and if that does not help you will need to rebuild the tranny or replace it.
Power steering fluid, transmission fluid and filter, cooling system.
I recommend you have the A/T fluid changed every 36,000 miles.
Only the transmission needs to be removed. One day.
On my 2000 automatic 4WD, I have to drop the pan to change it. It is designed as a sealed transmission and is not supposed to need changing all that often.
Torque specifications for automatic transaxle: fluid pan bolts 84-96 in-lbs ( 9.4-10.8 Nm )
I'm going to assume its an automatic transmission. Is the millage higher than 50,000? If so try changing the transmission fluid.
it is spring loaded there is no release it has to be held long handle ratchet Thanks car is good to go