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Auto transmission I have a 1999 Civic Aerodeck with auto transmission. Does this gearbox operate with a cable? The gear lever isn't selecting and I've been told that it could be a snapped cable which the Honda gearbox still uses.

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Go to www.hondaautomotiveparts.com select your make and model and all the jazz and this website will give you a illistrated parts breakdown when you select the area of intrest.

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