When changing gears in a manual transmission, a stick shift and selectors are utilized.
The selectors are mounted in the transmission, and allow the various gear ratios to be selected.
In this example, the selector levers are connected to the stick shift inside the vehicle by selector rods.
Inside the vehicle of a manual transmission, a stick shift is provided to allow the various gear positions to be selected.
The stick shift is located on the floor beside the driver.
On a Rear Wheel Drive vehicle with the stick shift located on the floor, it is normally mounted directly into the transmission itself.
In other vehicles, the stick shift can be attached to the steering column, they can be connected to the transmission by means of selector rods or cables.
Inside the vehicle equipped with automatic transmission, a gear selector is provided to allow the various gear positions to be selected. The gear selector can be located beside the driver on the floor, often referred to as a ‘T Bar’ automatic. In other vehicles the gear selector is located on the steering column. In either situation, the selector is connected to the transmission by selector rods or, in some applications, by cables.