depending on car, u will need new computer, torque converter, transmission, auto shifter, bell housing (if not included with transmission). The last answer was backwards giving you info for changing an automatic into a standard.
I have a similar issue my '88 accord LXI automatic does not have reverse and it grinds in park and drive. Told the shift fork in the transmission and shift for bushing are going out and the tranny needed to be rebiult
Yes, well I can do it on my car
there is an actuator switch on transmission. have this checked. it is what helps tranmission shift at right time
Stick shift, yes. Automatic, no.
there is none.....drive a stick shift
cant take off from drive got to manually shift automatic tranny
hmmm unlock to shift from park? Over drive off/on?
No, put it in D (Drive) and forget it.
Not sure of the question, but if your car is less than 7 yrs old, apply the brake first, then you can move the shift selector.
If it is a standard shift and not an automatic, yes as long as you put it in neutral. If it is an automatic you can disconnect the drive shaft. Otherwise you cannot tow it or you will damage the transmission as it will overheat.
------DRIVE ----- just like any other automatic transmissioned vehicle