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Old 07-10-2008, 10:57 PM   #1
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Accord F22 Tranny's.. Will a 90-93 work in a 94-97?

I just helped a buddy of mine swap his '96 accord from auto to manual. We raped a junk car and were able to get everything together in a few days. We got everything cheap, maybe too cheap.. because the tranny has bad 2nd and 3rd gear grinds.

We pulled the tranny back out.. and took it to a shop (GAY!)

They want $650 to make it right.
The junk yard is pulling the "as is" garbage.. but we got everything for rather cheap.. so I guess we can't complain.

I am not interested in having this one repaired, or fighting with the junk yard..

Can anyone tell me the compatability between the F22 trannys?

There is a F22 tranny for sale local to me from a 90-93.. Will this work just the same?

Will I have issues with the speed sensor, clutch cables, bolts, flywheel, anything?

Thanks for reading, and in advance for your input!
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I just helped a buddy of mine swap his '96 accord from auto to manual. We raped a junk car and were able to get everything together in a few days. We got everything cheap, maybe too cheap.. because the tranny has bad 2nd and 3rd gear grinds.

We pulled the tranny back out.. and took it to a shop (GAY!)

They want $650 to make it right.
The junk yard is pulling the "as is" garbage.. but we got everything for rather cheap.. so I guess we can't complain.

I am not interested in having this one repaired, or fighting with the junk yard..

Can anyone tell me the compatability between the F22 trannys?

There is a F22 tranny for sale local to me from a 90-93.. Will this work just the same?

Will I have issues with the speed sensor, clutch cables, bolts, flywheel, anything?

Thanks for reading, and in advance for your input!
yup, the f22 tranny from the CB7 will work.
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thanks for the reply,

I will have no issues transfering the speed sensor? Anyone have any idea which tranny mount I have to use.. Or what axles?
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thanks for the reply,

I will have no issues transfering the speed sensor? Anyone have any idea which tranny mount I have to use.. Or what axles?
speed sensors are indetical I think. axles should be too. verify the part numbers before hand to be sure.
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Awesome, Thanks man!
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speed sensors are indetical I think.
don't count on that. your car is OBD II and the CB7 is OBD I...the connector is probably different, but the speed sensor should swap over.

personally, I'd get the one you have rebuilt. that way you know you have all new stuff. you don't know what you're getting with a used trans.
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Your old speed speed sensor you will have to use, The 90-93 accord speed sensor has 2 ports that varies the power steering as the speed increases.

ALSO if you are going to use the CB7 tranny. You must TAP a new hole and move the studs over. The size of the tap will be M12x1.25.
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