Why are manuals cheaper than automatics?
because they are harder to drive less people want them since the demand is lower the cost has to be lower
#EditedByAnotherUser : Also, it depends on the location. US have more auto cars whereas France for example has more manual cars, so the price vary. Manual cars take less gas than auto, and if you analyze correctly, you'll notice manual cars are faster than auto (when using same model of cars and same engine. For example, take 2 Kia Spectra, same year, same engine, one auto, and one manual: the manual one accelerates and goes faster than the auto.)
There are more automatics made than manuals.
They can be either.
They can be either
Automatics have 235 hp manuals have 245 hp.
Believe it or not on automatics there is no dip stick for trans. there is a plug on trans. like manuals have and it is checked that way
Automatics With a V6 it had the 42rh, V8 it had the 46rh, V10 and Diesel it had the 47rh Manuals where the nv3500 and nv4500
many. automatics, manuals, 3 speeds through 6 speeds, way to many to go in to here.
Use a dedicated transmission oil from Honda, either for manuals or for automatics.
There are eAuto repair manuals located in the link below. Not free, but cheaper than paper-printed auto manuals. This might help you.
On or near the speedometer drive gear housing on most automatics and manuals Most sensors are a mechanical pulse generator.
Automatics have 280HP with 283ft lbs torque Manuals have 300HP with ~300Ft lbs torque.
Stock gearing for the 1.3l motors is 3.73:1. The Sidekick's gearing is 4.62:1 for the automatics and 5.12:1 for the manuals.
If the 8th digit in each car's VIN are the same, then yes. The flywheel will be different though, but you can swap them.
Automatic transmission fluid is used for both Manual and automatic transmissions. Manuals take 2.5quarts and automatics take 4.5 quarts.
Contact a gunsmith and ask for help You can find complete manuals @ Cheaper than dirt or J&G that can be very useful.
You can use either. A manual requires more skill, however, they make clutchless manuals, now, and most automatics for racing, are full manual.
It depends on what engine and transmission you have. The manuals hold 4-5 quarts. The automatics hold 10-12 (gasoline) 15-16 (diesel).
The definition of an automatic is that it will fire bullets as long as the trigger is depressed and ammunition is available. Some automatics have a switch that will change it from auto to single shot.
Depends on what transmission. The manuals hold about 5, while some of the automatics hold 12+. Please ask a new question and include year, make, model, and transmission type.
There really aren't automatic or manual engines, but there are manual and automatic transmissions - gear boxes. Automatics don't need shifting as you pick up speed going forward, but manuals do.
The final drive of a motorcycle has nothing to do with the gear selection mechanism. However, 99% of all motorcycles on the market have manual gear selection. There are very few that are automatic - Honda VFR1200 and Crosstourer, Yamaha FJR1200, Aprilia Mana 850.. there may be more, but not many. The rest of the automatics are classified as scooters, despite some larger capacities being present.
No, Swift Transportation operates manual transmission trucks. In the past, they have bought limited numbers of trucks with automatic transmissions as part of a pilot program, but have not decided to phase out manuals in favor of autoshifts.
There is not better. They both serve the same purpose. To transfer power from the engine to the drive wheels. Manual transmissions are not for everyone. It takes some skill and practice to be proficient at using the manual. In the past most vehicles would get better mileage with a manual but today the difference is not as much on modern automatics. A vehicle equipped with a manual is cheaper to purchase and cheaper to… Read More
Each vehicle can be different. Manuals tend to have fill plugs, where the fluid is set to the bottom of the hole with the engine off. Most automatics have dipsticks. It depends on the transmission if it is checked in park or neutral with the engine running.
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Generaly, transmission/gear box oil should be changed every 30,000 miles for automatics, and every 50,000 miles for manuals. The FILL plug is your dip stick/level check tube.
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It depends on the gear ratio and rear tires (automatics had 3.42 and Manuals had 3.73's) But as an example. My 1979 Z28 with 600cfm carb and cheap headers and the stock 3.42's in the rear buried the speedo at 130mph and the rpms were still climbing.