Don't bother, neither the manual or automatic use it
The fuel tank of a 1984 Nissan Pulsar is 15.9 gallons. That size is the same no matter if the car is a manual transmission or an automatic transmission.
The short answer is yes. But, it is very involved and lots of factory only parts will be needed, would probably be easier to buy a manual parts car and do the swap from it. However, to be blunt if you are asking this question it's more that likely out of your skill level.
800 rpm + or - 50 according to workshop manual
Why, certainly they have. Literally HUNDREDS of people every week trade their 1984 Accord LX with automatic in on 1984 Accord LX with manual. It's the only realistic way to go. If you were asking how to change a 1974 Volkswagen Bug from automatic (yes, there was an "automatic" transmission for a Bug) to manual, I'd tell you. But an Accord? They're extremely plentiful, in all the popular price ranges. No one's collecting them, and there's a good market for automatic-transmission Accords. So...trade the car in on the one you really want. NO
I am looking for a manual on 1984 Heritage Motor Home Chevy motor.
If you wish to learn how to rebuild a 1988 Honda Accord automatic transmission, then you should purchase Haynes Repair Manual, 1984 through 1989. You can buy this book at Autozone or www.amazon.com.
any brand of dextron for an automatic 75w-90 for rear diff. and front diff as well as manual tranny.
It may not be possible to download an entire manual, but you could look up specific problems on the Internet and find answers.
Not hard if you are mechanically inclined. Having a donor vehicle that is the same as your truck but automatic is key. This would give you all the parts, nuts, bolts, brackets, linkage, etc to do the swap.
The 1984 Lincoln Town Car uses a Ford AOD (Automatic Over Drive) 4-Speed automatic transmission.