So...what does it do now? Crank but not turn over? Is there spark, fuel, etc? Need a little more information.
I actually have a new accord 1.5T and J35Y6 sitting here at work we assembled from spare parts of engine jobs. Just need timing components and...
New (er) technology for the last 20yrs. Same as the old debate of 350/383 sbc vs 4.8/5.3/6.0 LS engine.
You're asking questions on 10+yr old threads that have long since been either...
1) Forgotten about
2) Never finished/figured out
3) No longer...
How what? Do they fit? H/F trans are interchangeable. Getting them to work (the auto's) is a whole 'nother issue.
Oooo that port work
Yea just leave it a 5spd. You're just creating more work trying to convert it to auto
Pinched seal, broke seal, material, corrosion, take your pick. Could be anything. Honestly, the aftermarket kits are just fine. No need to go OE...
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Believe it just pulls out from behind the console if my memory is right. Might be a screw on a tab holding it down.
Those are factory fenders with side markers added in. You can find foglight kits on ebay or other places online. Check the members ride section...
Switch to the Honda ATF for one. You would need some sort of diag tool to hook up and read/see what the trans is actually doing.
Have them clearcoated professionally helps too
Does it just not want to accelerate? Still have the original converter on it?
Are you just pulling the trans and supporting the engine or pulling both? All you need to do is remove the tierods fromt he knuckles, pull the...
Immobilizer is in the ECU, you can remove it or just have the dealer/locksmith flash it. I'd have it flashed
No, just coupe to sedan.
Do you have the MAP & TPS sensor plugs switched?
Those projector lights have absolutely shit output, I know, I had a pair back in the day. A lip kit like that will definitely clean things up on...
The one in the dash? Dealer only unless you get lucky at a junkyard
If you can get it loose, it should just pull out once it's loose enough.
Take it off and try bench bleeding it first and yes, you'll need pressure in order for the slave to actuate the shift fork. If you cant bench...
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