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Trans Disassembly

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by 97hatch, Jun 16, 2003.

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    97hatch ?

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    ok i have a 1.6l s20 trans it needs a new input berring and seal. i was wondering if any one has ever taken apart a honda manual trans and got it together succesfully im going to try to tackle this my self and hope all goes well i have the trans out all ready and the shops around town are quoting me 200 to fix it and i all ready have the trans out is it really that hard
     
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    i did it..

    tore it apart and put an ITR fifth gear in within an hour and a half..

    get a helms manual yO
     
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    cool i was just wondering if any one has done a trany on there own and had it go smoothly i have allways been scared of the all so mighty transmision i will attempt to crack it open tonight and se what kind of mess i get in to also what do you recomend that i seal it back together with jut plain old rtv or is there a gasket
     
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    no gasket.. i used black toyota silicone :)

    make sure you get the snap ring that's inside the big hold on the end of the trans or you wont be able to get the casing off...

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    its in that hole
     
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    um i got it apart but didnt take that ring out that ring holds the gear assemble together i took it apart no prob i had to take the bolts out of the reverse fork other than that you dont have to mess with any of the access hole on the gear side of the trany
     
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