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Is there a trans pilot bearing in rear of crank? 1994 Accord 5 speed

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No there is not.

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1995 honda accord speed sensor


is that a question, where,what ,when ,why, ,how. etc?
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How or what said, it , guy on a bar stool
or scan tool or, flash codes, are we to guess that too?>
context?

speed of what, some cars have 3 speed sensor, RPM sensors
is what they are,
1 or 2 in engine, cam and crank, (for spark and injection timing)
some trans have 2, one front (rear of clutch) AND ONE ON Tail.
the tail is used to shift gears (TCM Brain) and tells the Speedometer your speed(mph or kph)
so which one?, and what trans, if its a transmission question
why not post symptoms and as for pro help, we have persons here that are Certified ASE techs. (retired )


Jan 20, 2015 | 1995 Honda Accord

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Tried to replace pilot bearing in the trans and the pilot bearing would not come out and it busted the peace in the crank that hold the pilot bearing in crank can i buy this part also i have no idea what...


Hi David,
I see that you already have several answers to your question. Since you requested an answer directly from me, I'll throw in my 2-cents worth.
I think your dilema is stemming from a case of "partial" bearing/bushing removal and possibly you may have the wrong bearing/bushing in your clutch kit - which is why it does not look right.
Look at the pictures below. The first one is for a pilot bearing ONLY. The second picture is of a pilot bearing/bushing assembly. What I am gathering from your discussion here is that you have gotten the bearing part out and the bushing is still stuck in the end of the crankshaft..
The bushing is made of a very brittle pot-metal and will break pretty easily with a chisel. Just break it into pieces to get it out of the crankshaft. Be careful not to damage the crank. If your kit came with just the bearing like the first picture, then you need to get the bearing/bushing like in the second picture to fix the problem.

The bearing/bushing in the second picture is a MOTORMITE Part Number 14677
It is available at many retail parts outlets including AutoZone.



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How do I remove and replace the clutch?


Many things are involved in replacing a clutch. If it it 4 WD, you will have to remove the drive shafts, transfer case and the trans. If not, then just the drive shaft and trans. You will/may have to remove the starter. Disconnect the battery first. Don't forget the shifter. I'm not sure but I believe the belhousing may be seperate, older GM vehicles were, you will have to remove that as well. Then remove the clutch pressure plate which is usually held to the fly wheel by 6 to 8 bolts. And next the clutch plate. If the flywheel is really scored you should have it resurfaced and don't forget to torque the bolts when re-installing it. Reassemble in the reverse order. Having a clutch pilot bearing alignment tool is also very helpful when installing the clutch and pressure plate as it helps putting the trans back into location much easier. You should also replace the throw out bearing and pilot bearing in the crank shaft. If the clutch is hyd, don't forget to bleed it. Hope this helps and good luck!

Jan 19, 2011 | 1994 GMC Sierra

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Need some help with replacing the gear box and transfer on my 94 isuzu rodeo 2.8lt turbo desiel iv gt the gear box and trans just need to know what else i need to put them in... any help would be just...


You might want to consider the clutch and pressure plate, throw out bearing, and pilot bearing,rear main seal, check your U-joints and CV joints

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Flashing D4 light & speedometer stopped working


could be speed sensor. the light is on because the trans doenst know the vehicle speed.

Oct 12, 2009 | 1994 Honda Accord

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Honda jurks at 40 miles per hour it is a 5 speed


dont drive that car u have a major problem with the trans , if you can rev the car up in park with no hestitation it the trans if it does it in park you will need some engine work and fast the longer you let it go the more its going to cost

Aug 19, 2009 | 1994 Honda Accord

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Honda accord auto trans sounds like gearbox hum when driving


Could be a wheel bearing,or possibly a differential bearing.

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