I have seen the opposite done, so I'm sure it is "possible." In broad terms, you would need at least the transmission and associated computer, new shifter hardware and a new pedal assembly. You can probably review the online catalog at delorean.com to total the cost of parts new. Someone told me they thought it would cost them about $5K in parts alone to convert their automatic to a five-speed. I know someone with an automatic tranny and engine sitting in his garage. I think he only wants $3K for the whole thing, including the turbo, but everything needs work. As with all things cars, it probably comes down to how good you and your tools are... labor will really drive the cost up. Assuming you already own a DeLorean, even though I know it's easy to get attached to your particular car, you might consider cleaning up your five-speed, selling it, and buying a clean automatic. Given that the five-speeds are a little peppier, they probably command a higher price. Cost? Zero. You might even pocket some money.
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.
Yes, it would be a lot of work, though.
Yes, with enough money anything is possible.
Yes, you'd have to find the stock automatic transmission for your year and engine size, the stock automatic brake pedal assembly, and miscellaneous small things like transmission fluid, the transmission dipstick tube, linkages, etc.
If the Prelude is an automatic, yes, you use automatic transmission fluid. If it's a manual, there's manual transmission fluid. As much as possible, purchase the manufacturer (Honda) branded transmission fluid.
The bell housing does not come off of the automatic transmission.The bell housing does not come off of the automatic transmission.
Why the hell would you want to?
your cluch could be gone!
It isn't possible. You'll need to have the transmission rebuilt.
Yes, by removing the manual transmission and installing an automatic. Unless you have a donor car this would be extremely expensive. My advice is that if you want an A/T sell the car you have and then buy one with an automatic.
If its an Automatic, yes its possible.Otherwise if it's a Manual, then no.
you have a blown headgasket, or if it is has an automatic transmission, it is also possible that you may have transmission fluid in your radiator. this is caused by transmission fluid in part of your radiator leaked into your coolant
Yes, that is possible. But you would need a donor car in order to have all the parts necessary. Otherwise the cost of doing this would be astronomical. My advice is to sell the Honda with an automatic transmission and buy a Honda with a manual transmission.
no because if the car is dead it will not run up
Yes, you need to get a top loader transmission and linkage
It may be possible to have a shop to do it for around $250-$1200
It depends on the vehicle. If the car was offered with a manual transmission or there are other cars with the same engine that have a manual transmission, then yes you can have stick shift installed.
Yes it's available with a S-tronic gear box
You need to check the transmission computer for codes to know possible causes.
You can buy pretty much any car with a diesel engine, that's automatic. My friend has a Audi TT Quattro with an automatic diesel engine. you're welcome.
Because the vehicle being struck is likely to be pushed forward, it is quite possible that the automatic transmission was damaged. If it is acting up at all, take it to a tranny shop and have it checked out.
The problems may be overwhelming. The onboard computer may not be able to handle a different transmission. It all depends on the interconnectivity between engine, computer and transmission.
Yes. With steering wheel shift controls and an automatic transmission.
Depends upon the model of transmission. On some, it is no big deal, on others, the fluid will foam and possibly shoot out of the filler tube. Others, it will cause the transmission to slip and possible overheat.