Flat towing? As far as you want - just remove the driveshaft.
depends. the car could be damaged differently.
In manual transmission you have to manually switch gears in your car's gearbox. This is done by usings clutch pedal and gearstick. Car with manual transmission is much more responsive to you're driving and is considered far superior to automatic transmission.
Auto quotes are based on the information that you supply the company. The information is typically your age, driving history, type of car, how far you drive, and where you park your car most of the time.
As far as I know Personal Loans are completely different from Car or Auto Loans and they can not be added to Car Loans.
what can happen to the transmission? Also is it possible to put fluid back in to save the transmission? You won't get far and you will probably do some damage to the transmission in the process.
Yes, you can, how far you will actually manage to drive it will depend on the fault with the transmission. You might only get half a mile before the transmission stops working. :)
As far as I can find daewoo does not have any serviceable transmission filters. If it had one it would be inside of the transmission pan like any other make of car. However since no auto parts store sells a trans filter for a daewoo (that I can find anyway). It's a safe conclusion that they do not have them for whatever reason. This would certainly explain why they had so many transmission problems.
Transmission fluid is a very important fluid while maintaining a car. Transmission fluid can be low, and a car can drive a decent length without any problems. However, the distance is dependent on the shape and condition of the rest of the car.
Additional information is required. if the car fails to shift into 4/5 gear it is likely a problem with the vavle body or solenoid pack. I am attempting to resolve this problem at this time and my research so far shows that is the problem with my car. The Dealer was not concerned about damage to the transmission in this condition.
The western hemisphere (most) speaks a form of Spanish. So, as far as I know, in Mexico, my car is your car is spoken "mi coche es tu coche". Sometimes, it's "mi auto es tu auto". Regional, in Texas for example, it's usually "mi carro as tu carro". It can also be said 'me auto es su auto'.
Check transmission fluid, if it is ok, transmission is probably slipping.
As far as I know there is no automatic transmission fluid level dipstick on a Lincoln LS , the dealer has a way of checking from underneath the car