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As long as if it is the same transmission. Look up the two different vehicle from autozone and see if the manual transmission clutch kits are the same. Or are you talking about the clutch master and slave? Look it up the part listings for the two vehicles. I work on too many and dont know off the top of my head.
If it loses pressure after a few pumps, either the clutch master cylinder and/or clutch slave cylinder are defective, or there is a leak elsewhere in the system. Also low RPMs and low power are usually due to the ignition timing being incorrect. An incorrectly installed timing belt can also cause low power.
If you mean you step on the clutch, put transmission in gear and release clutch with no engagement (pedal returns to top position) there is a good chance your clutch disc or pressure plate, or both are worn out and need replacing.
If your clutch pedal is going to the floor and not returning there could be a leak in the system, a bad clutch master cylinder or a bad slave cylinder on the transmission. Check the fluid level in the clutch master cylinder. If it is low or empty you have a leak or component failure. Visually inspect clutch master, line, slave cylinder for fluid leaks. replace as needed. If hydraulics are o.k., suspect clutch disc/pressure plate.
More work than it's worth,You would have to change the PCM, wire harnesses, maybe driveshafts, trans mounts. Would have to add a shifter console, because the car was never built with one. Somehow figure out the clutch pedal and clutch master cylinder, and who knows what else. I believe it would be a difficult task. Good luck, Honda Al