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Working of a Manual transmission is explained in an illustrative and logical manner in this video with the help of animation. Here the working of Sliding mesh and synchromesh transmissions are well illustrated. This video also explains the working of a reverse gear.
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I just had my transmission "rebuilt" and has been worn in, approx 8,000 miles. When I shift to 2nd gear over 2,500 rpm or 3,000 it kind of feels like it grinds and slips right in to the gear. Is it normal? When I'm shifting at a lower speed it does not do it. I have warranty on it but every time I go they say they cannot find the issue. Any one pls help
The prime function of a gearbox is to compensate for the poor torque delivery of a piston/crankshaft internal combustion engine. Electric motors driving vehicles have a vastly superior torque delivery that they do not require gearboxes - which sap power and take up space.
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Thank you for making this video, I want to buy my son a stick shift, for several reasons, keep them off the phone, keep the Big Mac out of his hand, and he gets to feel the car, thank you for making something that explains the workings of a manual transmission
I think the reason many people don't understand this is because you didn't explain why different sized gears are needed on the camshaft.
Think about the 1st gear. The small gear on the counter shaft spins at a certain speed thanks to the engine while it's idling. But the problem is that a cars driveshaft can't start at the engines RPM (revolutions per minute) while idling since it's not giving enough power. So the solution is a bigger gear connected to a smaller gear. The bigger gear can spin at a slower speed than the smaller while still possesing the power that the smaller gear transmits to the bigger gear given from the engine. That way the car can start slow while the engines camshaft is spinning faster (compensating for the cars weight) than the driveshaft until the camshaft and driveshaft eventually gets connected with eachother in 4th gear.
In short terms the bigger gear betwen two gears will spin slower than the other.
Correct me if I'm wrong.
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