Who made the first manual transmission?

Answer The manual transmission was first used and invented in the United States and Canada. It was created by Louis-Rene Panhard and Emile Levassor in 1894. By the year 1904 the manual transmission was be... Read More »

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Does a manual transmission have transmission fluid?

Yes, a manual transmission uses fluid, and in some cases, the fluid is the same as what is used in automatic transmissions. In other cases, regular motor oil or hypoid gear oil is used in place of ... Read More »

Is there a transmission fluid change for a manual transmission?

Yes, but the necessity of changing fluid depends on your vehicle. Some newer models are essentially maintenance-free; refer to the owner's manual of your make and model. If there is any noise or pe... Read More »

Who invented the manual transmission?

The modern manual transmission was invented by two french engineers in 1894, Louis-Rene Panhard and Emile Levassor. Even though it bombed in its first public demonstration, their manual transmissio... Read More »

How to Put Fluid in a Manual Transmission?

Adding fluid to a manual transmission is more difficult than adding fluid to an automatic transmission. For an automatic transmission, you just pop the hood and add the fluid into the dipstick hole... Read More »