It's POSSIBLE, but RARELY sensible. There are usually quite a lot of small parts that aren't interchangeable and make the swap a lot harder than you think. The sensible option is usually to sell the car you don't want and buy the one you want instead.
Yes, but whether it's a simple drop in swap depends on whether we're talking about an older vehicle with mechanical controls, or a newer vehicle with electronic controls. In the case of the former, it should be a simple drop-in swap... say, for example, you have a pre-1993 Chevy pickup.. while the computerized Throttle Body Injection was introduced in 1987, the automatic transmissions which were tied into the engine ECM weren't introduced until 1993, so that would be a simple drop-in swap. Now say you're talking a 2000 model, that's all electronic, and to make an engine from a manual transmission vehicle work in a vehicle with an automatic transmission, you'll have to get that engine ECM reflashed with programming to integrate that automatic transmission.
Yes you can, what is different is the transmission. This has been made more difficult since the '90's by the amount of other stuff physically in the way.
Yes, but if it's going into a car with an electronically controlled transmission, the ECM will need to be reflashed with parameters to operate the automatic transmission.
Yes, in most cases.
[quote]Generally no. The connection to the transmission is quite different, better to change both the engine and the transmission.[/quote] actually you can...if they are the same engine just one was from the automatic version of the car and yours is the manual or vice versa you can do it, the engines are the same, it is the transmission that is different. but if the engine is from a different year/model you might want to check if the transmission and engine will line up properly, or you will do alot of work for nothing
manual clutch out of balance automatic put your foot on the brake and if that doesn't work go to a garage
Yes, you can put a manual transmission in a 1993 Lincoln Town Car. The purpose of the engine is to provide motion to the transmission.
Yes, but you have to remove the automatic transmission housing, and you have to replace the Torque Converter with a standard transmission clutch that matches the type of transmission with which you are mating the engine.
According to the 1996 Ford Explorer owners manual : Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the automatic and manual transmissions with the V6 engine
Wont shift while engine is on? Is it an automatic or a manual? if you put more information I can put a more reasonable answer.
IF IT IS A MANUAL TRANSMISSION CAR, THEN IT SOUNDS AS IF YOUR CLUTCH IS BAD/WORN OUT.
A car with an automatic transmission automatically put the car into gear without any other inputs needed from the driver. A manual transmission car uses a stick shift to shift gears of the car, which involves more direction from the driver to operate the car properly.
The transmission on this car is tiptronic, which means you can drive in automatic or clutch-less manual modes. The 'M' stands for manual, and when you put the car in this gear you can shift up ('+') or down ('-') while you drive.
The Tranny enables the car to stand still because it controls the movement of the engine. In the USA most cars are automatic so when you put your car on "P" it locks the tranny, if your engine is on and you have it on Park then your standing
yes it still works the same on a automatic car that is turbo, as it does on a manual, it works off the waste gate not the tranny