It can be done. The 400 will need to be the same length as the 350. Both were available with short and long tail shafts. Some vehicles came from the factory with both bolt patterns drilled in the frame to move the tail shaft mount. For those, either one will work. The front driveshaft yoke will need to be changed, and the kickdown will be a little different (mechanical vs. electric). It's easiest if your chassis was offered with a 400 as an option.
This is the Electronic Control Transmission mode. It changes to a different transmission shift map. It will hold in the lower gears a little longer - and it will downshift at a lower throttle opening. Under normal driving you probably won't be able to tell any difference. If you use this mode your fuel economy may go down a bit.
It is a general power switch for all gears across the transmission. It allows the car to rev out a little longer between gear changes. For added pick up.
they came out with an album already called A Little Bit Longer and maybe one in 2009
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if you pre-ordered "a little bit longer" from the Jonas brother merch. wesite (jonasbrothersmerch.com) then you would get the CD and a DVD. but "A Little Bit Longer" is already out in stores!!! so i hope this answeres your question!!! :)
designations, POWER changes the shift points so that you stay in lower gears a little longer, and MAN is a manual override that puts it in a Tiptronic-like mode. If these switches really don`t do anything, those features of the transmission may be inoperable
she changes servers every 10 to 15 mins sometimes she stays on it for a little longer like 2 hours
Left to the Shift Stick is a general power switch for all gears across the transmission. Operates the Power indicator light on the dash as well. It allows the car to rev out a little longer between gear changes. For added pick up.
An automatic transmission tends to last longer, especially with new drivers. It controls gear changes automatically at the proper RPMs. In a manual, there is a much greater chance of bad shifts, resulting in clutch and gear wear.
Stay a Little Longer was created in 1946.
A Little Bit Longer was created in 2007.
Hold On - A Little Longer - was created in 1988.