Don, There's no Driver's side O2 sensor on a 1996 Dodge Ram V-6 as far as I know, unless it is referring to the upstream O2 sensor in the catalytic convertor. I've got a 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 V-6 Long Bed Work Special. It's got an NV3500 manual transmission with 3.21 Rear gears. There are two O2 sensors on the Ram. If you have a stock exhaust system on the vehicle, both exhaust pipes coming from the exhaust manifolds will go into one catalytic convertor. Between these two pipes on the driver's side of the catalytic convertor is the first (upstream) O2 sensor. The second (downstream) O2 sensor is about 6 - 12" back of the catalytic convertor. Matt
Underneath the vehicle, upper drivers side of the transmission.
For your manual transmission , I believe it is on the drivers side
Drivers side, about midway up the side of the transmission.
Under vehicle, drivers side of transmission, near the top.
A manual transmission with 4 forward gears in either a car or a motorcycle
Half way up the side on the drivers side of the transmission
On the transmission, on the drivers side.
A Super Beetle with a manual transmission has four forward gears and one reverse. A Super Beetle with an Autostick transmission has three forward and one reverse.
There should be a red dipstick on the drivers side under the hood near the firewall. Similar to that of an automatic transmission.
To bleed the hydraulic system for the clutch slave cylinder, there is a fitting on the drivers side of the transmission
Drivers side, about midway up and in the middle of the trans you will find a plug for filling.
It could be the drivers manual, the book that is kept in the glove compartment or it could mean that the transmission is a manual standard shift or it could also mean the steering is not power steering but manual steering.
if its a manual tranny there is no dip stick, if not then it will be on the drivers side of the motor by the firewall.
Drivers side, about half way up the side of the trans, should be a torx bolt.
Converting a manual transmission to automatic transmission is not possible but you can replace a manual transmission to an automativ transmission . That is also an expensive deal.
In a 1989 Ford Ranger : See if there is an information sticker on the end of the drivers door or the latch pillar Transmission code " D " is the Mitsubishi 5 speed manual transmission Transmission code " M " is the Mazda 5 speed manual transmission
there is no fluid for a manual transmission
automatic has a dipstick on drivers side manual has a fill hole in the side
on the drivers side under the top radiator hose
its on the tranny, drivers side lower porton of the bell housing
I believe it sticks out of the manual transmission bellhousing , on the drivers side
In my drivers manual it says 4 quarts [3.8 liters].
In a car with a manual transmission the driver not only has to choose between the different forward gears(4-6 of them) himself, he also has to operate the clutch, the gadget that momentarily separates the gearbox from the engine in order to change the gears.
I believe there is an information sticker that can be seen with the drivers door open Transmission code " D " is a Mitsubishi manual transmission Transmission code " X " is a Toyo Koygo 4 speed manual transmission Transmission code " 5 " is a Toyo Koygo 5 speed manual transmission on a 1987 Ford Ranger according to ( www . the ranger station . com , no spaces , click on Tech Library ) The website shows that the Mazda transmission was used from 1988 on