a 3.8L Taurus tranny should fit.
No, Only The transmission is different.
a front wheel drive transmission
#1, a front wheel drive transverse transmission also contains the differential assembly.
1) Is it a standard transmission or automatic engine? 2) Front wheel drive or rear wheel drive? If it is a standard transmission, you wont have a dip stick. if it is an automatic front wheel drive, it'll be on driver's side front.
A transaxle is the transmission in a front wheel drive vehicle
The 2001 Toyota Camry has a 4-speed automatic.
More weight over the drive wheels = better traction with front wheel drive.
Both wheels drive through a differential in the transmission.
no, because you cant put a front wheel drive into a rear drive because of the transmission...it wont mount in
A front wheel drive vehicle is only driven with the front wheels. It will have a transmission in the front with drive lines attached. A two wheel drive vehicle is any vehicle that is only driven by two wheels. It can be a front or rear wheel vehicle. For instance. My dodge ram 1500 v6 is two wheel drive from the rear. An Oldsmobile cutlas cirea is two wheel drive but in the front. I hope this helped. Derek
It is rear wheel drive. You can tell from the drive shaft extending to the rear axle from the transmission.
It all depends on what they came out of. It is my understanding that there were four different versions of the 2.5L 4 cylinder block. Front wheel drive versions put the starter on the right side of the block. (looking at the front or vibration damper end) Rear wheel drive versions put the starter on the left side of the engine, where the transaxle would be on a front wheel drive engine. The other two versions differed by the bolt holes that hold the front mounting bracket to the bottom of the block. So from the above if the 1989 block was for a front wheel drive car and the 1994 block was from a rear wheel drive vehicle the difference would be the starter location.