Toyota tundra 4.7L v8 manual transmission conversion
The automatic tranny in my tundra died at 210,000 miles. Rather than replace it with another automatic, I decided to rig a 5spd manual. This is me drivin it around town a little. The audio might be kinda bad, sorry, windows were down and the trucks pretty loud.
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Which is better, manual or automatic transmission? Paddle shift or stick shift? Ending the debate!
http://carlylespicks.com/?p=142 Which is better, manual or automatic
transmission? Paddle shift or stick shift? Ending the debate!
For the true enthusiast, the clutch pedal and gear stick or shifter are a
JOY to use...NOT a burden. Traffic is the one exception but we are talking
about the car enthusiast. We drive fr PLEASURE, NOT to get to work or get
groceries. So traffic is not an issue when it's 7AM on a Saturday or Sunday
and you are headed to your favorite country road.
For the enthusiast, the clutch pedal is a PLUS not a minus. It is a
critical part of what makes driving a stick shift an art. Automatic is
email and manual is a hand written note. A dying art that is much more
involved and personal than email.
Making a perfect shift, makes me smile like NO paddle shift will EVER do!
Manual is a piano played with a live band, automatic is one man with a
Casio keyboard in his basement with automatic accompaniment generated by
the keyboard. The feeling of playing a complex piece correctly dwarfs any
reward of pressing ONE note and having the Casio keyboard play a bunch of
Is a paddle shift a manual transmission?
Being able to request gears manually does NOT make a transmission
automatic. Remember in the automatics from the 80s you had "2" "L" "R"? So
automatics have allowed you to "change gears" since the 80s. This is just
like modern paddle shifters do.
NOTE: A sequential gearbox is NOT the same as the classic automatic
gearbox, but the point is, you could ALWAYS select/request gears in
automatics. So the ability to SELECT gears does not make it manual. You
need the ability to physically disengage the clutch by moving the throw out
bearing and also to physically change the actual gears. This is all
mechanically done, not electronically. It requires focus, finesse,
strength, timing and skill and it's rewarding to do correctly.
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2004 Toyota 4Runner Transmission Fluid and Filter Change (Part 1) -EricTheCarGuy
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To be honest if I were to do this job again I would just change the fluid
and leave the filter alone. It's much less of a headache and you won't
have to worry about the Exhaust which
would be the most challenging part in my opinion. Aside from that it's not
likely a filter change will have any real benefit since it's a closed
system. In addition there is some speculation as to what the service
interval actually is for the transmission fluid and filter is. Lastly be
sure that you have some sort of pump to get the fluid into the transmission
before you get started because as I show in the video there is no dip stick
for this transmission that you can fill through. You also need to be sure
to use the proper fluid, I've got my fingers crossed that the MaxLife that
I used will hold up fine, so far it's been about 2 months since I shot this
video and it seems to be fine. In all it's not a bad job there are just
specific procedures that need to be followed to be successful with it.
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How to change transmission fluid in an 07 Toyota Tacoma V6 PreRunner (2005-2010 models)
This is a short video showing how to change the transmission fluid in a
2007 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner V6. Toyota recommends transmission fluid to
be changed every 30k miles. Make sure you use genuine Toyota transmission
fluid and I recommend draining, filling, driving around for a couple days,
and then drain and fill again. It will take about 3 qts of fluid to drain
the transmission twice.
How To Replace Toyota Tundra Timing Belt 2002 V8 Disassemble Front of Engine PART 1 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to install, change or replace a cracked, snapped, cut
or timing belt. Another common reason to change this is if your car has
high mileage and is recommended to be changed by your vehicle manufacturer.
This video is applicable to the Toyota Tundra, years 00, 01, 02, 03, 04,
05, 06, 07, 08, and 09.
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10 Min Automatic Transmission Fluid Flush + Replacement (Most Cars)
Ever wanted to do a complete Automatic Transmission Service with a Fluid
Flush and Fluid Change! Well now you can do it in 10 Minutes! This DIY is
super easy really fast and ridiculously cheap. The reason we didn't change
the filter is because the filter on this transmission is internal and you
would have to take apart the transmission to get to it. There is a a
filter for the shift solenoid that can be cleaned to improve shifting.
There is a small black round filter for the transmission, its under the air
box near the solenoid that could be changed if you want to be more
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