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Trying to convert my 1994 honda civic coupe into a manual transmission from automatic. Any advice with that?

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There are two type of transmission for your 94 civic it's better prefered to use the one with a clutch pump rather than the one with clutch cable their mounting are almost the same and the shift linkage should come in complete set


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