Vehicle drive wheel changes speed by transmission
It’s no secret that cars with manual transmission are usually more fun to drive that their automatic equipped counterparts. If you have seen even a passing interest in the act of driving, then the chances have you also appreciated a fine-shifting manual gearbox? From the four-speed basic handbook in a car from the 60’s to the highest Tec six speed in the car of today the principles of a manual gearbox are the same. The driver must shift gear to gear. Normally a manual transmission component bolts to a clutch house in that bolts to the back of the engine. If the vehicle is a front wheel, drive the transmission still attaches to the engine in the similar fashion.
This is for the reason as the transmission, differential and drive axles are one regarded as one complete unit. In a four wheel drive car, it has also supplied as a part of the front axle for the frontage wheels. The function of any transmission is transferring engine influence to the drive shaft and also to rear wheels. Gears inside the transmission component change the vehicles, drive-wheel momentum and torque to relation to engines momentum and torque. Low gear ratio serves as torque multipliers and helps the engine to develop sufficient power to speed up from a standstill.
Torque and power from the engine come to the front of the transmission componentand rotates the main drive gear, which meshes with the cluster or countershaft gear. A series of gear, forged into one piece that resembles a cluster of gears. The cluster gear assembly rotates anytime the clutch is engaged to the engine which is in running mode, whether or not the transmission is in gear or it is in neutral. In order to mesh the gears and apply the engine power to move the vehicle, the driver presses the clutch and moves the shifter, which in turn moves the shift linkage and fork to slide a gear along the main shaft. Once the gears are meshed the clutch is released and the engine power is sent to the drive wheels. There can be several gears of different diameters and tooth count, and they all rotate at different speeds.