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99 Subaru forester s/tb type A

Hey, just wondering what i got to do change my auto to an automatic? What parts would i have to change?

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  • westside21 Dec 29, 2008

    Sorry i meant change it from auto to manual lol. Wat parts would i need including electrics thats if that also needs doing.

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You want to change from a standard transmission to an automatic transmission? You need a new transmission, clutch, gearshift, shift linkage just to start. You will be money ahead selling the car you have and buying one with an automatic.

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