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Old 05-02-2012, 03:20 PM
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Originally Posted by kensaysrawr View Post
Do you think this will be difficult on a 93 Del sol si (d16z6) -the vtec version of the motor that was used in the write up.
I mean is the procedure exactly the same?
I did it on my old 94 ex coupe d16z6. Transmission, clutch, flywheel, transaxle and my lower control arm through this tutorial. put on headers and down pipe too during that.
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Old 06-15-2012, 05:39 PM
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This tutorial was tons of help. I just replaced a ton of stuff on my car (Clutch, Head gasket, Timing belt, Acc. Belts, 1 brake caliper, 1 motor mount, replaced all fluids, tune up & oil change), and this walkthrough was instrumental. Cheers!
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I did my clutch install this weekend. Got it all done in about 14 hours by myself in a 2000 honda civic ex. This morning I woke up with a little puddle of tranny fluid. Didn't have any issues before. Hell it doesn't even burn a lick of oil. So I'm pretty upset. Any ideas on what I should check? I accidently broke loose some of the case bolts on the underside during the tear down and I'm thinking I broke that seal and now it isn't seated properly. Don't see any fluid around the new axle seals.
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I did my clutch install this weekend. Got it all done in about 14 hours by myself in a 2000 honda civic ex. This morning I woke up with a little puddle of tranny fluid. Didn't have any issues before. Hell it doesn't even burn a lick of oil. So I'm pretty upset. Any ideas on what I should check? I accidently broke loose some of the case bolts on the underside during the tear down and I'm thinking I broke that seal and now it isn't seated properly. Don't see any fluid around the new axle seals.
I wanna reject this message. got ahead of myself I'm actually loosing fluid from the right side axle (passenger) I finally got it off the ground to really explore the underside. sure as $#!t it's coming from there, I must have pinched it or not seated it right, luckily i just had everything apart so replacing that seal will be a breeze. oh!! and most importantly I wanna thank you for the post I couldn't have done it without this DIY guide. It was quite the task, but it was a great time, and a great learning experience.


edit: and holy crap am I sore. I definitely recommend a sober friend/relative to help. My cousin hit my case of beer i brought over for letting me use his garage pretty hard and ended up pretty much being moral support besides mating up the tranny to the motor the next morning half hungover haha. Thanks again westcoast!

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