1991-1996 Isuzu Rodeo's use THM4L30-E Automatic Transmission. It also bolts directly to the transfer case and is claimed as one unit, and is recommended to be removed as one unit, then separated from each other outside of the vehicle. Hope that helps you. That is what my service manual said. Nothing quoted or directly reworded.
The short answer is yes. It is an involved process and leads to cutting of the floor to allow for the shifter, but a transmission is a transmission and as long as it will mount to the engine it can be installed. Kinda costly though.
That would be a 4L60E transmission.
all starters are easy, unless its a rodeo, then they kinda suck haha, gl my friend, its mounted into the trannyAnswernot a bad job. don't let Kevin help.
What kinda does it take
Right behind the carb, down a bit. there is a wire going to the head on the right side. its a cylindrical aluminum part, kinda behind the throttle body.
Where the transmission dipstick is located which is near the battery... Kinda under it.
It's on the back of the engine by the transmission. You need to lift the car and go under the car. Right on the back of the engine you will see it. It's kinda of hard to get it out. there is about 4 screws you will need to remove.
A 1993 acura integra gsr transmission.. Wat kinda question is that?
you need to be more specific... what kinda leak is it?? most likely engine oil or transmission oil, check on your dipstick and make sure the engine is at proper level, to check the transmission you have to crawl under the truck and remove a plug on the side of it. also how is the truck running rough??
There are 3 Phillips head screws you will need to remove (all external to the vehicle). Then you must pull the assembly off of a snap fastener. 1st screw - between the bumper and the assembly. 2nd and 3rd screw - both in the holes in the reflective plastic (kinda like an air grill for the assembly).
1.8L 4 cylinder
to be honest its kinda impossible. (even though I am a dbz fan.)