No, and all you'd do is tear up that transmission, anyhow.. it wasn't designed for the torque produced by the Cummins diesel.
sounds like the auto transmission has a fault
15 40 rotella
It is a completely different transmission than what was used with the diesel before.
you have a busted seal on the torque converter. does it come out of the little spout tube between the transmission and the motor?
to the transmission, not the engine
Top of the transmission.. on a manual shift, it should be just behind and to the left of the shift column.
for reverse lights, check the reverse light switch that is located on the transmission. for fog light, check bulbs, or broken wires for reverse lights, check the reverse light switch that is located on the transmission. for fog light, check bulbs, or broken wires
NO. The 95 transmission is a electronic / computer controlled transmission. The 1984 does not HAVE the electronics to make the 95 transmission work.
You fill the transmission fluid on the 1988 F250 diesel at the dipstick of the transmission. You will need a filler funnel in order to keep spillage to a minimum.
It is important to use the right type of transmission fluid in a car. The 1997 F350 Diesel uses Mercon III transmission fluid.
The Allison 1000 which is mated with the Duramax diesel
On the transmission.
I got VW sharan 2007 Auto Diesel cannot drive in Reverse while car cold after driveing hlf a Mile forward it fineplease help its been like this over a year
Remove the belt from your diesel pump. Remove the diesel pump fuel lines. Remove the diesel pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new diesel pump.
Well what kind of a transmission is it bolted up to? different transmissions hold different amounts of transmission fluid and a 6.5 liter diesel will bolt up to several different transmissions.
Gasoline engines cannot run on diesel. Only a diesel engine can run diesel. And a diesel engine cannot run on gasoline.
Mainline pressure will be 55psi on a stock transmission
4L80E transmission is what's in it.
NO, gas parts and diesel parts do not need to mix.
standard diesel fuel is non renewable, it is made from standard oil which is itself non renewable. bio-diesel is renewable as it is made from vegetable oils that can be grown.
The transmission sensor is inside of the transmission under the pan. The pan has to be removed to get to the sensor.
take it to the shop!