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Cvt replacement like to replace my cvt for the automatic transmission but don't know wich transmission to use for the honda civic 2001 5 doors.... please can somebody find me a solution

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Whats a cvt?
Continuously variable transmission.
Hope there is a Honda expert who can answer this; the standard automatic may not bolt straight on to the engine.

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