This is a very complex and envolved process. Unless you had a donor car available for the switch, it would be cost prohibitive. Even with a donor car this is a very daunting switch. Clutch, and brake pedal must be changed. The computer would need to be reprogrammed. My advice would be to forget this and just sell or trade you existing A/T Accord and purchase a Manual Accord.
If your transmission is manual, you will have to change gear. If it is automatic, you won't.
If your Accord is an automatic, use the Honda automatic transmission fluid. With a manual, the Honda manual transmission fluid. I'd strongly suggest using genuine Honda fluid over a substitute.
A parts car like yours with an automatic transmission.
This is listed in your owners manual. The change interval depends on if you have the CVT transmission, the 5 speed Automatic, or a Manual. Just open and read your owners manual.
You can change a manual transmission to an automatic. It can cost upwards of 3,000 dollars to do this for a Volkswagen Polo.
read owners manual
They do if it is an automatic transmission. The Prelude (except Si) has the same manual transmission as well. The Prelude Si has a slightly different manual transmission, but it will still fit into a 1986-1989 Accord.
You Can perform an engine swap to a h22a manual or a b16 manual. You will get more power with the h22a but the motor cost money.
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.
probably more than the car was bought for, unless u get the parts and do it yourself.
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