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Prelude manual trans markings

My bad manual transmission from a 98 prelude has px5-7 marked on the case, I bought a used one on ebay the bell housing will not mount to my car and the trans is marked px5-5. The trans. was supposed to come out of 2001 prelude. with the differnt bell housing I suspect this is not the transmission I paid for. any help would greatly be appreciated. I can't find the px5-5 or px5-7 referenced any where

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U are right about the fact u got taken, it may be that the cross reference the seller used was incorrect, but in any event make him take it back and refund shipping as well or have him send the correct trans with a pre paid freight return label to ship th old one back. did u pay with paypal? if so file a dispute with them. I recently bought a set of wheels and tires, they where not as described, I filed a complaint with paypal and the seller bent over backwards to make it Right.

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