Q: What is a 4 speed engine?

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It would either be a 4 or 6 speed, ( no 5speeds in 2008 )If you have the 2,4 or 3.3 engine it is a 4 speed.Other engines should have the 6 speed.It would either be a 4 or 6 speed, ( no 5speeds in 2008 )If you have the 2,4 or 3.3 engine it is a 4 speed.Other engines should have the 6 speed.

any 4 speed tranny from a 340 engine will bolt to a 273, 318, or 360 engine as they are all the same engine block.

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The power of the engine of the 1967 Oldsmobile 4-4-2 coupe manual is 155 @ 4200 RPM. The maximum speed is 89 mph.

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The TH350 was the standard tranny. I'm not sure if it could even be ordered with a 4 speed and the 403 engine. In 79 every Pontiac equipped T/A was a 4 speed. But I'm not sure if the 4 speed was available with the 403.

The power of the engine is 4 cylinder and the maximum speed is 96 mph for the Peugeot 104 1975.

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An autimatic transmission will have a 4 speed transmission and a manual transmission will have a 5 speed transmission.

my '00 has 4.7L V8 DOHC EFI Engine(4 speed electronically)

The maximum speed of a 1973 Fiat 124 Wagon with a 4-cylinder, 70 HP engine is 84 MPH. This was an average speed for this vehicle type and engine size in the early 1970s.

Some were 3 speed and some were 4 speed depends on the model.