Should be a 4 speed.
If its an automatic tranny then its in the same area as the ECU behind the stereo
if it is a manual talon could be clutch not disengaging( slave or master cylinder most likely culprit) if automatic, could be something to do with tranny itself or shifter
no it wont. the blocks are different..
yes the transmission will still operate correctly
ive got a 91 eagle talon also, the transmission is great. works perfect and all. BUT the reverse dosent work at all.. so in other words, all other gears work perfect. EXCEPT reverse. not sure of this problem.
The basics are money, time, parts, knowledgeable people and/or manuals.
Look at the transmission number stamped on the top or side.
Yes, but the flywheel and pressure plate is diferent between turbo and non turbo.
No. They are not interchangeable.
yes an all wheel drive transmission from 90 to 98 will fit any year of those cars the trannys were never changed in production.
about 195 if a 5 speed and 186 to 190 if its an automatic
Type your answer here... CHECK YOU TCU UNFORTUNATELY EAGLE TALON ARE KNOW TO HAVE A MALFUNCTION IN THE TRANSMISSION COMPUTER ESPECIALLY THE 1ST GENS HOPE THAT HELPS!
Eagle Talon was created in 1990.
No, it is not standdard
If its an automatic the transmission is slipping and will either need a fluid and filter change or rebuilt altogether. If it a straight drive it may need a synchronizer replaced
see a mechanic
synchros are pooched
it depends if its a five speed then no but if its an auto then yes
A no good ecm
you hooked something up wrong
obviously its the same 4g63 engine
"which fluids?" No the Eagle Talon is not fluid in state. As a whole, it is typically considered a solid.