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98 corolla, how do I swap my automatic transmission to a five speed tranny? and what parts will i need?

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This is a heavy job. This must be done in a service center. The entire automatic transmission assembly
will be taken off from the engine.before the other standard 5 speed transmission can be installed. The
car will be lifted up to dismount the old one. This also need a mobile lift to hold the dismounted auto transmission and bring it down The mobile lift will also bring the 5 speed tranny up and mounted to the
engine, and the propeller shaft. But you must have the compatible 5 speed tranny first.

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