Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Not Easily that I can think of. Usually the Transmission is dropped down in these vehicles. If you put it up on Jack stands, you'll need to elevate the vehicle from a center point so you can place the stands under the jack points to hold it up. You can usually disconnect the Drivers side Drive shaft and separate the engine and Transmission and lower the transmission done through the opening. It is possible to lift the engine and Transmission together through the top and then Separate them but that is a lot more work then doing it the other way. You can get a loaner Transmission jack from some Auto Zone locations which will make lowering and raising the transmission a lot easier.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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