Very simple , disconnect battery, make sure you have the code for your radio before you do that, next have the vehicle on a convenient lift and remove the front wheels, remove both the axels, drain all the fluid out of the transaxel, now remve the whole rransaxel and then remove th eclutch plate and the disk, instalation is the reverse of removal.
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i have two things that come to mind first of which is your neutral safety switch ...its located on the clutch pedal ..its to prevent the car from being started in gear it may not be working correctly and wont let power to the started when you turn the key...most likely the problem...the other thing if thats not it you may need to check the ignition switch...
like everybody doing it transmission have to come off its between engine and transmission pulling it from the engine and will see the the clutch preesure plate its inside off it just replace and good to go a step by step instruction can be found on the youtube
firstly replacement waterpump is not time sensitive,change it when it goes.
the clutch can last from 7seconds,foot rest, to 150k if driven long distances,sometimes longer,
the paint is water based and should be waxed every year to stop it fading too badly,(good maintenance always pays off.....)red/blue are the worse.
A/C Problem usuallyabout 200,000 miles (specifically high pressure hose leaks and compressor clutch usually within 30,000 miles of the hose going.)
At about 250,000 miles or so the main relay goes usually at about 290,000 Torque convertor in Automatic Transmission starts to slip.. Manual tranny can't say too much there depends on how you drive . replace clutches at every 50K or at 150K depends on driver.The cat and the mufflers usually go at abot 190,000 give or take (depends how much water you drove threw). Lastly fast idle cam valve about every 120,000. As you can see this is a great car to own.
More work than it's worth,You would have to change the PCM, wire harnesses, maybe driveshafts, trans mounts. Would have to add a shifter console, because the car was never built with one. Somehow figure out the clutch pedal and clutch master cylinder, and who knows what else. I believe it would be a difficult task. Good luck, Honda Al