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need someone to do a brief summary of automotive transmissions. There is also a category for Transmissions with a listing of each model of transmission, giving more detail, specifications, and references on a particular transmission.
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*as regards to a [[wiki]] on [[automobile]] [[Models]] -- give a bullet list of each of the transmissions available for the model. IE:
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== Definition ==
**[[727 Torqueflite]] for [[Big Block]] [[Engines]] and 360 4-bbl
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An assembly of parts including the speed-changing gears and the [[propeller shaft]] by which the power is transmitted from an [[engine]] to a [[live axle]].
**[[904 Torqueflite]] for [[Small Block]] and [[Slant 6]] engines
 
**[[883 4-Speed Manual]]
 
  
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== Types ==
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The first transmissions we're manual transmissions, which required you to engage a clutch and manually change gears. Next came variations of semi-automatic transmissions - some with clutches, and some without. Finally automatic transmissions without a clutch and gear changes were fully automatic.
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=== Manual ===
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A manual transmission, also known as a [[manual gearbox]], [[stick shift]], or [[standard transmission]] is a type of transmission used in motor vehicle applications. It uses a driver-operated [[clutch]] engaged and disengaged by a foot pedal automobile.
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==== Types ====
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===== 3-Speed =====
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===== 4-Speed =====
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===== 5-Speed =====
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===== 6-Speed =====
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=== Semi-Automatic ===
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==== Types ====
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==== Fluid-Drive ====
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=== Fully Automatic ===
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==== Types ====
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===== Powerflite =====
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===== Torqueflite =====
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====== 727 ======
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====== 904 ======
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Complete the list of transmissions
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Definition

An assembly of parts including the speed-changing gears and the propeller shaft by which the power is transmitted from an engine to a live axle.

Types

The first transmissions we're manual transmissions, which required you to engage a clutch and manually change gears. Next came variations of semi-automatic transmissions - some with clutches, and some without. Finally automatic transmissions without a clutch and gear changes were fully automatic.

Manual

A manual transmission, also known as a manual gearbox, stick shift, or standard transmission is a type of transmission used in motor vehicle applications. It uses a driver-operated clutch engaged and disengaged by a foot pedal automobile.

Types

3-Speed
4-Speed
5-Speed
6-Speed

Semi-Automatic

Types

Fluid-Drive

Fully Automatic

Types

Powerflite
Torqueflite
727
904
Complete the list of transmissions

References


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