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That depends a lot on who does the repairs. Dealers usually are more expensive because of the training the mechanics get, but you know you won't be getting 3rd party parts that may be inferior. A bent rod may have damaged other parts too, so be prepared.
Posted on Sep 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1990 Honda CRX Si
therei sn't one the lights that you need are up under the carpet on the passenger side floor pull it up from th front turn on the key and count the blinks first the red one is like the tens one blink is ten two is twenty and so on the green is ones so three blink red is 30 and 4 blinks green the code would be 34
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Posted on Aug 20, 2008
Generally that stiffness is due to a failed clutch cover (engine side). the pressure fingers inside lose their ability to compress and throw out sufficiently. I have had mixed results with aftermarket pressure plates as many are stiff right out of the carton. If you can afford,use honda oem parts for best results and dont forget to include the bearing
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
this is not the problem of fluid, this is a major problem of transmission. The transmission must be detached from the engine, which you cant do by yourself. the transmission can be repaired but i dont know mechanics in your do it. otherwise you have to replace the transmission.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
SOURCE: switching transmissions
civic's didn't have hydro trannies until 92. you also didn't specify what it is you are trying to do? assuming you simply made a mistake with the years let me assume that you do in fact have a hydro d-series tranny. if you're trying to put a hydro trans in the 90 crx then you can either get a cable to hydro adapter kit from hasport (and a few other places as well) which will allow you to use the cable on the hydro trans.
you could also convert the car to hydro and then actually not have to modify the trans at all. not many people choose to go this route though because it does require quite a bit more work.
If you are saying that you want to put a cable type trans into a civic that uses hydro then you may be screwed. i've never seen anyone to date do this or even a writeup illustrating how someone would accomplish such a thing.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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