***NOTE: MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS ARE NOT NECEESARILY SOLD/SUPPLIED - THIS SECTION HERE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.
The transmissions’ main function (whether manual transmission or automatic transmissions are in question), is to provide a means of offering and anticipating how much power will be needed and then getting it there. In the case of the manual transmission, it is done with its varied gear ratios and manual clutch, to effect and execute this process.
In all other aspects, it is comparable to the automatic transmission for the most part. The transmission gear ratios actually enable the vehicle/engine to be operated most efficiently, under almost any and a variety of driving and load conditions.
The manual transmission provides BOTH power and speed through a series of selected gear sizes that are designed, engineered and precision manufactured to specification ,clearance and dimensions for best all-round form and function, delivering POWER, on-demand, when needed. In this case, manually so, by hand, shifting the gears, so to speak, combined with the clutch (operated by the foot pedal on the driver’s side of the vehicle). A lower gear ratio lets the car get going or moving, speed gear ratios keep the vehicle moving. By shifting the driver takes a hands-on, intimate intervention role, shifting gears and matching engine speed to road condition. Four, five or six speeds forward , with one I reverse is typical.
The manual transmission requires little maintenance. However, checking the lubricant and lubricating the shift linkage is important. If there are any internal problems, it will usually require transmission troubleshooting transmission repair, removal or even overhaul and/replacement. If this happens to you, call on your transmissions specialists at (ENTER URL HERE).
As far as the form and function of the manual transmission is concerned, its design and workings means that power is typically transferred from the engine to the transmission. Here it is routed through the different gear ratios to obtain the best speed and power to start and keep the vehicle in a moving condition. The manual transmission (with the use of a clutch pedal – the mechanical link), provides low torque for the vehicle to move.
Synchronizing clutches are added to main-shaft gears to provide a smoother shifting process. Normally power flow in high gear is straight through the transmission input shaft to the cluster gear unit and through the reduction gear to the main shaft to ensure carefree shifting and ride-ability.