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How do you change a transmission in a Honda?

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2008-09-17 01:44:32
2008-09-17 01:44:32

You really need the manual for this--there are a LOT of things you must disconnect--but here's the basics: 1. Jack the front of the car up, unhook and remove the battery (you need the space) and remove the front tires. 2. Undo the front suspension, then the drive axles. 3. Drain the transmission. 4. Remove the starter. 5. Remove everything else that's connected to the transmission. 6. Run a transmission jack up to the transmission case. 7. Unbolt the old transmission, slide it away from the engine and lower it. 8. Put new transmission where old one was. 9. Connect everything to the transmission you disconnected. 10. Fill the transmission. 11. Put the front suspension back together, reinstall the transmission and take the car for a test drive.

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