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    A automatic transmission (additionally called auto apparatus shift, self-moving transmission or AT) is a sort of engine vehicle transmission that can naturally change gear proportions as the vehicle moves, liberating the driver from needing to change gears physically. Like other transmission frameworks on vehicles, it permits an inward ignition motor, most appropriate to keep running at a moderately high rotational rate, to give a scope of rate and torque yields essential for vehicular travel.

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    How Automatic Transmissions Work by Karim Nice If you have ever driven a car with an automatic transmission, then you know that there are two big differences between an automatic transmission and a manual transmission: There is no clutch pedal in an automatic transmission car. There is no gear shift in an automatic transmission car. Once you put the transmission into Drive, everything else is automatic! Both the automatic transmission (plus its torque converter) and a manual transmission (with

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    Manual vs. Automatic Transmission You want to get a new car, but you are not sure whether to get one with an automatic transmission or one with a manual transmission. Well read on and perhaps this essay will help you out with your decision. Cars have played a big role in my life. When I was a little kid my dad and I used to work on his 197? Ford Granada. Every time something would go wrong with the car he would ask me to help him fix it. Not because I knew much about cars, because I didn't

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    DISCUSSION In past years, transmission includes the right-angle drives and other gearing in windmills, horse-powered devices and steam engines that supports pumping, milling and hoisting. This has been modified in most modern gearboxes that are being used to increase the rotation while reducing the speeding like in a motor crank which is an arm attached at the right angles to the rotating tube. It is used to convert circular motion. The decrease in speed produces a mechanical advantage, increasing

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    Manual vs. Automatic Transmission You want to get a new car, but you are not sure whether to get one with an automatic transmission or one with a manual transmission. Well read on and perhaps this essay will help you out with your decision. Cars have played a big role in my life. When I was a little kid my dad and I used to work on his

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    American Cars Transmission Repairs Cars manufactured in America and sold world-over have powerful engine which is why they are also called 'Muscle cars.' Since fuel is cheaper in US, Americans love to drive cars with maximum power and automatic transmission. Though these cars have low fuel efficiency, they are a joy to drive because of automatic transmission. If you drive one in Melbourne and are experiencing strange problems with gears, accelerator, or the engine is not generating enough power

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    ABSTRACT The transmission in a car which works automatically depending on the vehicle speed and engine speed is called as automatic transmission while as a manual transmission is the one there is a manual clutch pedal used while changing gears that allow the driver to change the gears as per driving needs. In a country like India, automatic transmission gives only a driving pleasure to the driver in heavy traffic as there is no need of changing gears because of the fact that it lacks a clutch paddle

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    given me- the ability to rev the engine as high as I wanted, the feel of the clutch releasing and the gears grabbing, the tiny thrill that came with a downshift at speed” (5-6). The automatic vehicle effectively made driving much easier but took away the driver’s need to work hard. As the development of the automatic car makes driving extremely easier, taking away a stress factor causes a drift in the mind and a lack of focus on the current tasks at hand. Carr presents this idea in the development

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    Nissan Pathfinder Essay

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    first-row seat and that’s in line with what its competitors offer. Performance The 2014 Pathfinder comes with a 3.5-liter V6 engine generating 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque. This engine comes paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission. The front-wheel drive model makes an EPA-estimated 20/26 mpg city/highway. All-wheel drive models make 19/25. An available tow package supplies 5,000 pounds of trailering capacity. Technology The 2014 Nissan Pathfinder comes with keyless

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    Introduced in 2014, the Infiniti Q50 is an all-new model and the replacement for the Infiniti G37. It is an entry-level, real-wheel drive luxury sedan; all-wheel drive is optional. One powertrain choice is available; a hybrid model can also be had. The 2015 Infiniti Q50 represents the second model year for this luxury sedan. This five-passenger rear-wheel drive model offers optional all-wheel drive. Six trim levels are available and a hybrid variant can also be ordered. Exterior The Infiniti Q50

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