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Transmission seal issue [b16 cable]

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by formby, Jul 23, 2007.

  1. formby

    formby learning in progress

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    i have a b16 non lsd cable transmission and my rear seal is leaking. however i dont know which seal to buy at auto zone?

    do i get the 90-93 integra cable seals or the 99-00 si hydro seals?

    i need to buy all this stuff before i change the gator axles i'm buying off will.
     
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    formby learning in progress

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    bump
     
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    if you have axle seals leaking, the passenger side ares all the same 90-00 Integra - the driver's side depends on which intermediate shaft you have - 90-93 intermediate shafts have female end where the axle goes in and use 90-93 Integra seal at the transmission - 94 and up intermediate shafts have a male end where the axle goes to and use the 94 and up Integra seal in the transmission
     
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    thank you soooo much.


    so it should not matter if ita a b16 or b18?

    the cases are the same?
     
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    yes, it won't matter
     
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