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move auto to a dolly to take to shop?


Using an automotive dolly can be risky, If the vehicle is front wheel drive then dolly the front, if it is rear wheel drive then dolly the rear. If it is 4 wheel drive and late model with no neutral shift position dolly the front and remove the rear drive shaft at the rear axle. If the vehicle is older 4 wheel drive with neutral selection for the transfer case then simply shift to neutral and dolly the front axle. Most transmissions whither automatic or manual will be damaged if the engine is not running while the vehicle is in motion.
the engines crankshaft or the transmissions input shaft must turn to lubricate the transmission unless the transmission is automatic and has a rear pump that can lubricate the transmission if the transmissions output shaft is turned in normal rotation for forward direction of travel. This is the only way to to assure there is no damage to the drive train. Be sure to follow all recommended tie down procedures. remember the dolly rotates under the vehicle so one or the other of the wheels must be able to move forward and back to allow for corners. Try to always choose a path that allows forward direction unless you are an expert driver with experience and able to back a farm wagon type axle trailer (like covered wagon) going backward will be a challenge even for someone experienced pulling a bumper pull trailer.
To get the vehicle onto a dolly have some friends help push or use a cable puller to move the vehicle onto the dolly.

Feb 15, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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General Motors gear ratios hide] 1 GM Rear Wheel Drive Transmissions 1.1 6 Speed Automatic Transmissions 1.2 5 Speed Automatic Transmissions 1.3 4 Speed Automatic Transmissions 1.4 3 Speed Automatic Transmissions 2 GM Front Wheel Drive Transaxles 2.1 6 Speed Automatic Transaxles 2.2 5 Speed Automatic Transaxles 2.3 4 Speed Automatic Transaxles 2.4 3 Speed Automatic Transaxles 3 GM Manual Transmissions 3.1 6 Speed Manual Transmissions 3.2 5 Speed Manual Transmissions 3.3 4 Speed Manual Transmissions 4 More GM Manual Transmissions 4.1 6 Speed Manual Transaxles 4.2 5 Speed Manual Transaxles 5 GM Continuously Variable Transaxles GM Rear Wheel Drive Transmissions PTU = Power Transfer Unit (Crossover SUV AWD/4WD) 6 Speed Automatic Transmissions RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd MNK Allison 1000 MNZ Allison 1000 MW7 Allison 1000 MYB MYC 5 Speed Automatic Transmissions RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd M74 Allison 1000 M22 5L50-E M82 5L40-E MTW Allison 2400 MX4 Allison 2000 MX5 5L40-E with PTU* MV3 5L50-E with PTU* 4 Speed Automatic Transmissions RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd M30 4L60-E M32 4L60-E HD M32 4L65-E M33 4L60-E Hybrid M41 4L30-E M70 4L70-E Super Duty M99 2ML70 2-mode Hybrid* MD8 ML4 4L30-E MN8 4L80-E HD MN8 4L85-E MT1 4L80-E MW9 HM 200-4R EVT Mode 1 The 2ML70 can operate in electric mode or non-electric mode in first gear with a gear ratio of infinity to 1.70:1. EVT Mode 2 The 2ML70 operates in non-electric mode with a gear ratio of 1.70 - 0.738:1 3 Speed Automatic Transmissions RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd M40 M41 M65 MD2 MD3 HM-180 HM-200C HM-350 HM-400 GM Front Wheel Drive Transaxles 6 Speed Automatic Transaxles RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd MH2 MH4 MH6 6T75 (AWD) MH7 MH8 MY9 6T75 (AWD) 5 Speed Automatic Transaxles RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd Aisin-AW 55-51LE M09 Aisin-AW AF33-5 M43 Aisin-AW AF23-5 M45 Aisin-AW AF33-5 M98 AF33-5 MJ7 Honda 5AT MJ8 Honda 5AT w/PTU* MLS Aisin 50-40E MU3 Saab 76.5mm 4 Speed Automatic Transaxles RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd MLQ Aisin 81-40LE Aisin ZF 4HP 16 HM 325-4L Jatco JF405-E M10 Jatco JF403-E M13 4T60-E HD M13 4T60-E M15 4T65E M45 Aisin-AW AF33 M57 A245-E M76 4T65E with PTU* MD7 4T65E ME7 4T45-E BAS Hybrid ME8 ME9 MH1 4T80-E MN3 4T65E MN4 4T40/45-E MN5 4T45-E MN7 4T65E HD MS7 A240-E MU4 A246-E MU5 U341-F 3 Speed Automatic Transaxles RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd M60 GEO Metro MB3 A131L MD9 MX1 A131L GEO Storm HM-425 GM Manual Transmissions 6 Speed Manual Transmissions RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd M10 Tremec 85mm M12 Tremec T56 ML6 ZF S6-650 ML9 ZF S6-40 MM6 Tremec T56 MV1 Aisin 85mm MV5 Aisin D173 AY6 MV6 Aisin 85mm MZ6 Tremec 85mm 5 Speed Manual Transmissions RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd M35 Getrag 260 M35 Getrag 260 (2003-2004 Cadillac CTS) M49 BW 5spd M50 M59 GEO Tracker M86 Getrag F23 75mm M94 Getrag F23 M96 Tremec 109mm MA5 Aisin AR5 82mm MG3 Getrag F23 MG5 M50 M51 MH3 Tremec T-5 MK5 C59 ML2 Tremec T-5 ML3 Tremec T-5 MT8 MU3 Saab F25 MW2 MW3 NV4500 109mm TR-3450 TR-4050 TR-4050 2007 Chevrolet Optra and Spark (Trans code Y4A) 2007 Chevrolet Optra and Spark (Trans code Y4M) 4 Speed Manual Transmissions RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd M20 HM-117 M73 Isuzu MC0 Getrag MC9 MY6 NP260 More GM Manual Transmissions 6 Speed Manual Transaxles RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd MT2 Opel F40 83mm MU9 Opel F40 83mm MTN Toyota C60 5 Speed Manual Transaxles RPO Trans Name 1st 2nd 3rd D-16 (2005-2008 Chevrolet Aveo 1.4 DOHC / 1.5L) D-16 (2005-2008 Chevrolet Aveo 1.4 SOHC) Y4A (2007 Pontiac Matiz) YM4 (2005-2007 Chevrolet Aveo) D-20 (2005-2007 Chevrolet Epica) L73 Pontiac LeMans F16 M42 Geo Metro M43 AF23 M49 BW 5spd M58 Geo Metro M79 LeMans F13 M86 Getrag F23 (5T45MI) M94 Getrag F23 M98 Aisin 55-51E MB4 Geo Prizm 1.8L MB5 Geo Prizm MFB 2008 Chevrolet Epica 5-Speed S/R (D24) MFN 2008 Chevrolet Epica 5-Speed S/R (D33) MG1 HM-282 MG2 HM-282 MG3 Getrag F23 MJ1 Isuzu MK7 Isuzu MLM Y4M (2008 Chevrolet Aveo 1.6 DOHC) MR3 Isuzu MU3 Saab F25 MV2 Chevrolet Sprint MY7 Early J-car GM Continuously Variable Transaxles RPO Trans Name Lowest Highest M83 V20-E M75 V25-E M16 V25-E AWD

Apr 15, 2015 | GMC Cars & Trucks

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4X4 ok on drive position but disengage in rear


Regarding 4 Wheel Drive problems,
Always follow Owners Manual for when and how to utilize 4 Wheel Drive. In most cases it should not be activated when vehicle is moving. Automatic Transmissions with 4 Wheel Drive have a Transfer Case similar to that used with Manual Transmissions. Shifting between LOW 4WD and HIGH 4WD should be selected while the vehicle is stopped. Again, follow Owners Manual Instructions. If you hear strange Grinding Noises have a Certified Technician check out your vehicle immediately.

Sorry that you are having troubles but, it sounds like the problem is more than a simple fix to me. If your Vehicle has Manual Locking Hubs make sure they are in the correct position for use in 4WD.

Dec 20, 2011 | Dodge Ram Cars & Trucks

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ignition, will not start, no spark att all... The camshaft provider tested its ok, seems to be no electricity going To the provider...


    Types
  1. The 1993 Dodge transmissions could be found in the Caravan, Colt, Dakota, Daytona, Dynast, Intrepid, Ran Van, Ram Wagon, Ram Charger, Shadow, Spirit, Stealth, Viper and W150. Each had a unique array of transmissions best suited for the model's design.
  2. In 1993, the Dodge transmissions varied between 3- and 6-speeds. A 3-speed automatic transmission was available, and there was a variant that included overdrive. The only other automatic transmission included 4-speeds. A 5-speed manual gearbox found its way into several of the 1993 Dodge models, and a 6-speed manual was equipped in the Viper.
  3. The number of speeds and style of transmission may have looked the same on paper, but it did not mean they were all the same. An automatic transmission in a passenger sedan could be geared drastically different from one in a truck. Transmissions may have the same number of speeds, but they may not be geared identically.
  4. Transmissions were used in the 1993 Dodge to effectively transfer power from the engine to the wheels of the vehicle. The power could be passed to the front or rear wheels. Models equipped with all- and four-wheel-drive had power at all four-wheels.

Jan 08, 2011 | 1993 Audi 100

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rear cluch not working


Depends on what model and components you have:

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ENGINE TORQUE DISTRIBUTION – DIRECTING THE FLOW OF POWER
In an all-wheel-drive vehicle, engine power can be directed to all four wheels. Subaru Symmetrical AWD differs slightly from model to model in how it directs power to the wheels, depending on its transmission.

MODELS WITH FIVE-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION – CONTINUOUS ALL-WHEEL DRIVE: A viscous-type locking center differential and limited-slip rear differential help distribute torque – normally configured at a 50/50 split front to rear. If wheel speed differs between front and rear axles, the center and/or rear differentials lock up to help distribute power to the wheels with the most traction.

MODELS WITH FOUR-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS – ACTIVE ALL-WHEEL DRIVE: An electronically controlled variable transfer clutch and limited-slip rear differential distribute power to where traction is needed. Sensors monitor parameters such as wheel slippage, throttle position, and braking to help determine torque distribution and direct it to the wheels with optimum traction.

MODELS WITH FIVE-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION – VARIABLE TORQUE DISTRIBUTION ALL-WHEEL DRIVE: As with Active All-Wheel Drive, an electronically controlled variable transfer clutch distributes power, but through a planetary-type center differential and a viscous-type limited-slip rear differential. Torque distribution is normally configured at a performance-oriented rear-wheel-biased 45/55 split front to rear. Sensors monitor the same parameters as for Active All-Wheel Drive.

WRX STI, WITH SIX-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION – DRIVER CONTROLLED CENTER DIFFERENTIAL (DCCD) ALL-WHEEL DRIVE: The STI uses an electronically managed multi-plate transfer clutch and a mechanical limited-slip differential in conjunction with a planetary-gear-type center differential to control power distribution between the front and rear wheels. Featuring manual and three automatic modes, DCCD is normally configured at a 41/59 split front to rear. Sensors monitor parameters such as wheel slippage, steering angle, throttle position, and braking to help determine torque distribution and direct it to the wheels with optimum traction. DCCD also features a limited-slip helical front and Torsen® rear differential. ... }

And what are the symptoms? How do you know the coupling to the rear is not working?

Jun 05, 2010 | 1995 Subaru Legacy

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