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transmission casing change

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by word, Jul 21, 2004.

  1. word

    word Senior Member

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    hey,
    my tranny casing cracked like a mofo from hitting some tool (hammer??) on the highway. lucky it wasn't my oil pan.

    now i have a brand new tranny casing, has anyone done the replacement themselves? difficult?

    thanks
    chris
     
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    nfn15037 Senior Member

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    Not all that difficult, just time consuming. All you will need in addition to normal tools is a set of snap ring pliers and some Hondabond.
     
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    word Senior Member

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    should i just go ahead and buy a new snap ring?
     
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    Yes, I would and make sure to inspect the syncros and bearings while you are in there.
     
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    Mkae sure you have a manual when you start. If you forget one single thing in the switch you will be starting over and cursing. I was rebuilding one in a rush once and put the reverse idler gear in upside down. So pissed...back out and apart....grrr.
     
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