No, not in the least. And maintenance on those transmissions is much more than it is on the manual transmissions.
no. its a semi automatic
Get a owner's manual from the manufacturer and follow the instructions.
No it is not possible
A semi automatic would allow you to shift manually when up shifting for performance. A lot of cars appear to let you do that but, a semi automatic will shift into that gear instantly. Not when it wants to.
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The M1A1 nomenclature was applied to a variation of the Thompson submachinegun, which was an automatic weapons. As far as the .30 carbine goes, M1 designation was applied to semi automatic variants, whereas the fully automatic versions were known as M2.
You can get a owner's manual at the S&W web site.
The owner's manual should have instructions. If not, list the make and model.
Semi automatic. The rest are manual loading.
Usually it's the other way around. There's one license that covers manual AND automatic transmissions. And one that is only good for automatics.
A row of semi trucks. There isn't a specific name for it.