They are different, auto trans use hydraulic oil or ATF ( automatic transmission fluid ) and manuals use that or a very thick version of gear lube like 80w-90.
They are different mounts (different part numbers) but serve the same purpose, to hold the engine or transmission in place and absorb some of the engine vibrations.
This is not a recommended use for CLR. People have done this and report no adverse result's, but I would not.
Only if the transmission has a dual bolt pattern. Chevrolet and Buick 350 engines have the same bolt pattern. Oldsmobile and Pontiac 350 engines have the same bolt pattern. There were some TH 350 transmissions that have dual bolt patterns.
My HMMWV A2 version does the same thing. Runs great and no issues with the trans but the light is always on.
The "transmission" and the "transaxle" are the same thing. I don't think you can get them all out at the same time. The back of the transmission is held in with two huge bolts that you have to pull the engine to get to.
No, maintenance and transmission is not the same thing.
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Yes the ecm and the engine computer are the same thing.
Yes the transmission manual or automatic are the same. The only thing is the computer might(most likely) need reprogramming.
If from the same engine, yes.If from the same engine, yes.
No. Transmission fluid lubricates the transmission. Coolant is used by the radiator to cool the engine.
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If same engine, yes.If same engine, yes.
The engine, and rear axle would be the same/similar. Transmission would not.The engine, and rear axle would be the same/similar. Transmission would not.