Step 2 — Pedal assembly removal Remove the gas pedal by disconnecting the cruise control cable. I believe that was everything, I would really appreciate any advice! This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. This article applies to the Honda Accord 1990-2002. It weighs in at ~16lbs, and from what i've heard is the lightest stock flywheel. Once you have your hole cut out, you'll need to cover it up to keep out any unwanted heat, and dirt and whatnot. Run two wires from the switch: connect one to the position 7 black and the other to 13 pink. If you would like to check the availability of a specific part, please e-mail us or give us a call.
They should be 10mm 12points. I never got around to doing this, but this information should still be correct. If you notice, it's going to be in the way of the manual shift linkage. Remove the bolts and pull the flex plate free. You really don't have to drop the steering wheel out to do this if you modify a screwdriver with a dremmel.
All the rest of the wires are just the gear select wires that take a ground pulse. Brake pedal to master cylinder cotter pin. When i did mine the procedure was basically the same with the exeption of aftermarket parts where i could. All you need to do is connect those two together and your done, make damn sure tho that you have soldered and taped these good, there is some decent current running through these and they need to be well protected. Wire up reverse lights, and cross a few wires so the car thinks its in neutral the entire time so it can be started and key can be removed. The bracket bolts right up to your old automatic center console.
Try to find yourself some 12mm head bolts that are about 2 inches long, and some nuts to fit over them. Auto to Manual Conversion Mount - D-Series Sponsor - You need a conversion mount for a 92-95 civic. Your going to need a high amperage relay to do this, and generally you can find a good one on ebay. . Be sure to get this. Again, this isnt a how-to, mearly a off the top of my head run through of it. You might want to consider replacing these if you see any cracks or leaks.
Install the clutch master cylinder and pedal into the two pre-drilled holes on the left side of the firewall. There are 8 to 10 10mm bolts holding it on the transmission. To make this conversion much more hassle free, you will need to pull the motor. Get the large automatic connector that I listed in the parts list, and connect it to the other end thats still connected to the car. Hydro clutch lines - these can be had cheaply by salvaging them off a wrecked vehicle. Doing this is pretty straight forward, just remember to connect them tight otherwise they will leak.
If theres anything you guys think I should add or remove or anything, let me know! Or you can make your own lines, out of metal brake lines. Its basically the same for 92-95 Civics, but different mounts are needed. Make sure theyre not rusted tho. To the left of the brake you will see a cutout in the foam, pull this out and behind is a plug on the firewall, remove the nuts that hold it on and i beleive you can reuse those nuts for the clutch master. Be sure to get the whole clutch pedal assembly with the bracket and everything. Step 10 — Wind plate modification and wiring The wind plate needs to be modified. It bolts right up to the automatic console.
They are the same for both auto and 5spd. Remove the starter two 14mm bolts and any connectors the on the transmission. This will make your car drivable, just no speedo, vtec and reverse lights. The shafts are different lenghts between the autos and 5spds. Collecting the parts was time consuming, and getting the parts installed turned out to be a much greater task. The bottom switch is your cruise control disable switch. Remove old auto shifter assembly Cut windage tray from old auto shift cable.
Just remove the 17mm nut and bolt and the damper fork will come free from the control arm. Take an air-chisel and remove the welds that hold cable guide bracket that you just removed. Remove the brake sensor by prying the clip off. The only issue I ran into was a siezed tranny bolt. You'll need a big socket for the nuts to get them off. It's hydraulic clutch, not cable-driven clutch system. You need to remove this to allow access for the manual transmission shifter linkage to work properly.
You dont need the manual center console. The only thing you left out though was bandaids and sheetrock mud to fix the holes from pissed off flying tools. Once that came free, the rest was easy. The mounting bracket for the passenger side mount is pointing up at a 45 degree angle on the auto instead of coming straight out like the manual. Shift knob - you can easily drive a manual without the shift knob, but why would you want to? So get some sort of container or a few towels. Then remove the plate that covers the lower half of the trans. All mounts are designed with up to date solid modeling software.
I can only say the worst part is putting the pedals in. Simply, a manual transmission is responsible for transferring the rotational force generated by the engine via a clutch to the axles. So you have a really. Next, hook up the stabilizer bar to the transmission. Anywho, before installing the flywheel you should move the screwdriver that you placed in the crankshaft pulley from the front, to the rear of the pulley so that you can tighten the flywheel down. Be sure to cut a hole where the shifter is going to go, otherwise you wont be able to put the plate down. It will work just fine.