To replace a motor mount on a 1995 Chevy S-10 4-cylinder 2.2L, the engine will need to be hoisted up out of the vehicle until the new motor mount is welded in, if the mount is rusted out. Then lower the engine, keeping it on the hoist until both motor mounts are secured. Then, it will be necessary to hook up all other parts to the motor, like the transmission. If the motor mount is only missing the bolt, then replace the bolt with a new one.
I fully rebuilt transmission, parts and labor will run you around $3000.
$3500-4000 for Parts and Labor, depending on the area.
Well, the 2002 grand Prix came with a GM type 4T65E 4 speed transmission. It had electronically controlled shifting with overdrive. If you are having transmission problems or are interested in doing a replacement or repair your self talk to a local auto parts store and they can guide you on parts, tools and other items you need to replace or repair this type of transmission
go to autozone or other parts store and buy a haynes auto manual for your specific model it should tell you how to remove it.
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How can the Clutch peddle moving parts be lubricated and with what lubricant.
Between $400-$500 total parts and labor.
Transmission fluid can leak from many places. It could leak from the actual transmission itself, or any of the tubing that goes from the transmission to other parts of the car.
It depends on the car, but mainly drivetrain parts(motor, accessories, transmission) suspension, rims and sometimes body panels, frames, interior trim.
I suggeat you take it to a garage as a motor seldom goes bad. Have them check it out before it costs you serious bucks on unneeded parts.
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Sure, but you will have to change many, many, many other parts along with the transmission. I would suggest purchasing a 1990 Bronco like yours that has a standard transmission to use as a parts car.
It's all relative to shop relations, region and general avialability. Rebuild usually runs $1200.00. Brand new usually runs about $2500.00 If you purchase a replacement transmission and installation from a dealership the cost is also about $2,500 however you will also get a three year factory warranty (good at all dealerships) with the transmission as compared to a one year warranty on most repairs or rebuilds. Remember that transmission repairs can be costly in that if one part fails it often wears out the other parts which will also fail at some point meaning repeat trips for repairs. As the transmission fails, it usually generates metal pieces that get into other parts and wear them out sooner or later. Unless it is a minor situation, it is best to replace the transmission with a new/rebuilt unit with a good warranty. Make sure the rebuilt (new) transmission is ALL new parts inside. Transmissions from the Ford (or other) dealerships are rebuilt by authorized rebuilders and only the outside case is reused with the other parts being new inside.
If your question is how to replace the motor, I'd go to autozone.com for the basic procedure with diagrams. If the motor has gone bad and you want to repair it, you'll find parts hard to find unless you know an electric motor repairman.
Bumper, & manual transmission are different. All other parts are interchangable.
no not really
This depends on the extent of the damage , a full inspection must be performed on transmission. Your mechanic will evaluate the damage and tell you what parts need replacing. Sincros, bearings , gears and input shafts can all be damaged when a gear fails.
Try lubricating window driveline and if no go, replace motor if all other parts are in good shape. more than likely it is the motor its self, If the motor moves it then stops then moves a little more than stops it is the motor.
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The manifold, manual transmission, mat and mirrors start with M.Some more parts are the moon roof, motor, mud flap and muffler.
Yes, not dificult if you have a doner vehical to get the parts off, or a bunch of money to buy parts.
One way is drop the pan for the transmission. But that will only take out a bit of the fluid about half. You will need a machine to get all the fluid out of the lines. If its something your worried about the cost just buy the fluid just buy it somewhere else like parts source or any other parts supplier. They will charge you a hour to do it at a dealer which is a lot cheaper than replace parts if you dont put enough fluid back into the transmission.
Make sure you have the right transmission fluid. Changing the fluid will require removing the bottom of the pan and draining the fluid. You will need to replace the pan gasket and it is a good idea to replace the filter. There are kits available with the required parts.