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The wider speed range of motors means that the number of ratios required is lower than for combustion engine vehicles, with two to four speed designs emerging as the optimum depending on application. Initially the Tesla Roadster was intended to have a purpose-built two-speed manual transmission, [8] but this gearbox proved to be problematic and was later replaced with a fixed-ratio transmission. The slowest gears designated '1' or low gear in most automotive applications allow for three to four engine rotations for each output revolution High, or "top", gear in many earlier three or four speed manual transmissions locks the output shaft to spin at the same speed as the engine Five and six speed gearboxes are almost always 'overdrive' in top gear with the engine turning less than a full turn for each revolution of the output shaft, 0.

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In the s, s, and s, fuel-efficient highway cruising with low engine speed was in some cases enabled on vehicles equipped with 3- or 4-speed transmissions by means of a separate overdrive unit in or behind the rear housing of the transmission. This was actuated either manually while in high gear by throwing a switch or pressing a button on the gearstick knob or on the steering column, or automatically by momentarily lifting the foot from the accelerator with the vehicle travelling above a certain road speed.

Automatic overdrives were disengaged by flooring the accelerator, and a lockout control was provided to enable the driver to disable overdrive and operate the transmission as a normal non-overdrive transmission. On a conventional rear-drive transmission, there are three basic shafts; the input, the output, and the countershaft. The input and output together are called the mainshaft , since they are joined inside the transmission so they appear to be a single shaft, although they rotate totally independently of each other.

The input shaft is much shorter than the output shaft. Parallel to the mainshaft is the countershaft. There are a number of gears fixed along the countershaft, and matching gears along the output shaft, although these are not fixed, and rotate independently of the output shaft. There are sliding dog collars , or dog clutches , between the gears on the output shaft, and to engage a gear to the shaft, the collar slides into the space between the shaft and the inside space of the gear, thus rotating the shaft as well. One collar is usually mounted between two gears, and slides both ways to engage one or the other gears, so on a four-speed there would be two collars.

A front-drive transmission is basically the same, but may be simplified. There often are two shafts, the input and the output, but depending on the direction of rotation of the engine, three may be required. Rather than the input shaft driving the countershaft with a pinion gear, the input shaft takes over the countershaft's job, and the output shaft runs parallel to it.

The gears are positioned and engaged just as they are on the countershaft and output shaft of a rear-drive. This merely eliminates one major component, the pinion gear.

Part of the reason that the input and output are in-line on a rear drive unit is to relieve torsional stress on the transmission and mountings, but this is not an issue in a front-drive as the gearbox is integrated into the transaxle. The basic process is not universal. The fixed and free gears can be mounted on either the input or output shaft, or both. The distribution of the shifters is also a matter of design; it need not be the case that all of the free-rotating gears with selectors are on one shaft, and the permanently splined gears on the other.

For instance a five-speed transmission might have the first-to-second selectors on the countershaft, but the third-to-fourth selector and the fifth selector on the mainshaft, which is the configuration in the Honda Civic. This means that when the vehicle is stopped and idling in neutral with the clutch engaged and the input shaft spinning, the third-, fourth-, and fifth-gear pairs do not rotate.

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This allows the transmission designer to make the transmission narrower, since each countershaft need only be half as long as a traditional countershaft with four gears and two shifters. On some exotic sports cars and racing cars equipped with a double-clutch transmission, there are typically two input shafts and two countershafts, one for the odd numbered gears and one for the even numbered gears.


This allows the next gear to be pre-engaged and selected by de-clutching one input shaft clutching the other. This results in no interruption of power driven through to the output shaft. Some automotive manual transmissions had freewheeling capability in the s through s. In all vehicles using a transmission virtually all modern vehicles , a coupling device is used to separate the engine and transmission when necessary. This is because most internal-combustion engines must continue to run when in use, although a few modern vehicles shut off the engine when the vehicle is stationary.

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The clutch accomplishes this in manual transmissions. Without it, then other than when the transmission is in neutral, the engine and wheels would at all times be inextricably linked, and any time the vehicle stopped, the engine would stall. Without the clutch, changing gears would be very difficult, even with the vehicle moving already: deselecting a gear while the transmission is under load requires considerable force and risks significant damage , but can still be done with much less force if the driver releases the accelerator just prior to attempting a shift as if there were no clutch disengaged.

Selecting a gear requires the revolution speed of the engine to be held at a very precise value which depends on the vehicle speed and desired gear—the speeds inside the transmission have to match.

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The clutch is typically disengaged by a thrust bearing that makes contact with pressure petals on the clutch ring plate and pushes them inward to release the clutch pad friction. Normally the bearing remains retracted away from the petals and does not spin. However, the bearing can be "burned out" and damaged by using the clutch pedal as a foot rest, which causes the bearing to spin continuously from touching the clutch plates. Float shifting or floating gears is changing gears without depressing the clutch, usually on a non-synchronized transmission.

Since the clutch is not used, it is easy to mismatch speeds of gears, and the driver can quickly cause major and expensive damage to the gears and the transmission. Float shifting is often done on large trucks with standard non-synchronized gearboxes. In most vehicles with manual transmission, gears are selected by manipulating a lever called a gear stick , shift stick , gearshift , gear lever , gear selector , or shifter connected to the transmission via linkage or cables and mounted on the floor, dashboard, or steering column.

Moving the lever forward, backward, left, and right into specific positions selects particular gears. A sample layout of a four-speed transmission is shown below. N marks neutral , the position wherein no gears are engaged and the engine is decoupled from the vehicle's drive wheels. The entire horizontal line is a neutral position, though the shifter is usually spring-loaded so it will return to the centre of the N position if not moved to another gear.

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The R marks reverse, the gear position used for moving the vehicle backward. This layout is called the shift pattern.

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Because of the shift quadrants, the basic arrangement is often called an H-pattern. The shift pattern is usually molded or printed on or near the gear knob. Typically, first gear is engaged at the top left position with second below, third up to the right with fourth, below, and so on. The only other pattern used in production vehicle manual transmissions is known as a Dog-leg gearbox pattern.

This pattern locates first at bottom left position, second up and to the right with third below, fourth up and to the right, and so on. This pattern is found primarily in race and race inspired vehicles. Placing the selection position for second gear above the position for third gear is desirable in racing as more frequent shifting occurs from second to third than from first to second. Independent of the shift pattern, the location of the reverse gear may vary. Depending on the particular transmission design, reverse may be located at the upper left extent of the shift pattern, at the lower left, at the lower right, or at the upper right.

There is often a mechanism that allows selection of reverse only from the neutral position, or a reverse lockout that must be released by depressing the spring-loaded gear knob or lifting a spring-loaded collar on the shift stick, to reduce the likelihood of the driver inadvertently selecting reverse. During the period when U. In contrast, high-performance cars, and European vehicles in general, mostly used a four-speed transmission with floor-mounted shifters.

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This layout was then referred to as "four on the floor". Most FR front-engined, rear-wheel drive vehicles have a transmission that sits between the driver and the front passenger seat. Floor-mounted shifters are often connected directly to the transmission. FF front-engined, front-wheel drive vehicles, RR rear-engined, rear-wheel drive vehicles and front-engined vehicles with rear-mounted gearboxes often require a mechanical linkage to connect the shifter to the transmission.

Some vehicles have a gear lever mounted on the steering column. A 3-speed column shifter, which came to be popularly known as a "three on the tree", began appearing in America in the late s and became common during the s and s. The control simply disables overdrive for such situations as parking on a hill or preventing unwanted shifting into overdrive. Later, [ vague ] European and Japanese models began to have 4-speed column shifters with this shift pattern:.

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A majority of American-spec vehicles sold in the U. The column-mounted manual shifter disappeared in North America by the mids, last appearing in the Chevrolet pickup truck. Prior to , the GM X platform compacts Chevrolet Nova and its rebadged corporate clones were the final passenger cars to have a column-mounted manual shifter.

Outside North America, the column-mounted shifter remained in production. All Toyota Crown and Nissan Cedric taxis in Hong Kong had the 4-speed column shift until when automatic transmissions were first offered. Since the late s or early s, [ vague ] a 5-speed column shifter has been offered in some vans sold in Asia and Europe, such as Toyota Hiace , Mitsubishi L and the first-gen Fiat Ducato. Column shifters are mechanically similar to floor shifters, although shifting occurs in a vertical plane instead of a horizontal one.

Because the shifter is further away from the transmission, and the movements at the shifter and at the transmission are in different planes, column shifters require more complicated linkage than floor shifters. Advantages of a column shifter are the ability to switch between the two most commonly used gears—second and third—without letting go of the steering wheel, and the lack of interference with passenger seating space in vehicles equipped with a bench seat. This was cheaper to manufacture than a column shifter and more practical, as the gearbox was mounted in front of the engine.

The linkage for the shifter could then be positioned on top of the engine. The disadvantage is that shifting is less comfortable and usually slower to operate.