I'm actually swapping a 1989 auto s10 to a stick. It's a 4.3 v6 had a 4l60 auto trans and I'm replacing it with a 5 speed the bell housing has to match your engine the 4.3 is the same pattern as the small block v8. The auto flywheel has to be replaced with a flywheel the bolts up to a clutch & pressure plate etc. Matching year and motor size will make the job alot easier . My truck needed a hydraulic clutch so I had to remove the dash and install a clutch pedal with a master cylinder and slave cylinder on the trans. The body of the truck had to be cut out to accept the stick shift and the trans tunnel had to be hammered out to make more room for the bellhousing (minor differences in the case casting)
The AW4 automatic uses Dextron 3The manual use 80w90The AW4 automatic uses Dextron 3The manual use 80w90
Motorcraft MERCON - V automatic transmission fluid for the automatic transaxle Motorcraft Full Synthetic Manual Transmission Fluid for the 5 speed manual transaxle ( according to the owners manual )
About $400.00 worth!!
Anything is possible but this is not feasable as it will cost too much. Trade cars. Both feasible and easy to do. Just locate a donor car in a junkyard and get the transmission, flywheel, clutch cable, and clutch pedal assembly. Then remove your automatic and bolt all the manual stuff in. At most you will have to cut a hole in the floor for the Standard transmission shifter. If you have mechanical experience and another car to drive while yours is down then have at it, otherwise find someone that does have some experience and supply them with the parts needed. its possible just you're gonna have to take your time cause you're gonna have to swap your ecu with a prelude that was an automatic and you will have change alot of things like you master cylinder will not be needed the clutch paddle and of course the tranny wouldn't be needed either but your best is to just buy a new car cause its gonna cost you out the tail just to swap it from manual to automatic
A more accurate description of the problem along with if its an automatic or manual transmission is needed.
The manual transmission in a 1994 Cherokee uses 80 W 90 gear oil, not ATF.
In most cars this conversion can be done. Might be easier to buy one with manual though. You need to remove the automatic, install the clutch pedal (not easy and welding needed) then put the manual tranny in and link everything up. Changing or replacing the driveshaft will be needed if the length of the tranny is different or the spline count is different. Note that these short sentences make it sound easy but if you have to ask that question then you will find that it could be many hours work with a lot of frustration and problems. This is also a general answer and cannot address the possible issues that there may be with your car, Andrew
Manual transmission fluid type ....... MERCON automatic transmission fluid. - Haynes Manual #36071 - 1993-2005 Ford Ranger Pick-ups.
According to the 2002 Ford Ranger owners manual , the automatic transmissions take Motorcraft MERCON V - automatic transmission fluid ( the type of fluid will be indicated either on the transmission dipstick or the handle )
In most cases just buying a new set of hubs. The automatic hubs are spring loaded and have an internal locking mechanism that works with the axle as to manual which just locks on to the axle when you turn the dial . Very easy swap just make sure the manual hubs are for your vehicle .
In the book...the library might have a shop manual available for free... otherwise...a manual is needed dave
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On a 1994 Ford Ranger : The 5 speed manual transmission takes ( 2.8 U.S. quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) ( transmission code " M " / Mazda )
Very bad idea. You either need a very deep billfold or a donor car. Sell this car and by one with a Manual. You will be money ahead.
The 1992 2.3L 5 Speed required Mercon Automatic Transmission Fluid. That's right, you need to put ATF in the manual transmission.
A car with an automatic transmission automatically put the car into gear without any other inputs needed from the driver. A manual transmission car uses a stick shift to shift gears of the car, which involves more direction from the driver to operate the car properly.
actually you should have an automatic in highest gear on column as possible that's what the computer is for it determines what gear you should be in if you have a manual transmission then read owners manual it will tell you when the correct times to shift from one gear to the next for fuel economy and engine life first, not all cars have computers ,second if it is an automatic, it does not matter if car is in overdrive.the transmission will choose which gear is needed for the speed and load if a manuel transmission, the driver can hear and feel whether the car is in the right gear for the driving conditions
I am converting a ford ranger automatic (a4ld) transmission 4wd to a 5 speed manual from a 4 cylinder ford ranger. Will it work. What is needed?
It is impossible to 'convert' an automatic transmission into a manual transmission. You car replace the automatic with a manual, which also requires installing a clutch pedal, clutch cable, or clutch master and slave cylinders, as well as a shifter and shift linkages. Check at local junkyards for a car about the same year, make, and model as the one that you have which has a manual transmission, remove, or have removed, this transmission, including the clutch and bell housing, and install these in your car.
The short answer is yes. But, it is very involved and lots of factory only parts will be needed, would probably be easier to buy a manual parts car and do the swap from it. However, to be blunt if you are asking this question it's more that likely out of your skill level.
Automatic Transmission, 3-Shallow PanD Initial Fill..........2.7 quartsAutomatic Transmission, 4-Shallow PanD Initial Fill..........3.3 quartsAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill3 speed ..........5.9 quarts4 speed ..........7.6 quartsManual Transmission, ..........4.0 pints. With ENG at operating temperature, shift through all gears. Check fluid level in PARK and add fluid as needed.
flywheel ,clutch plate, pressure plate,release bearing,gear box,lever,mounting,clutch pedal.clutch pump 2,....good mechanic
You need to reverse for 10ft or so after switching in to 2wd. The owner manual will have the exact distance needed, this takes to the torque off the lockers and allow them to properly disengage.
Yes, it is possible providing that they both carry same engine... if your spirit originally had the A604, 4 speed automatic then there will be abit more work that would be needed.