I simply had a few questions. How does that affect having an H22 engine running on a F22 Auto tranny? I greatly appreciate the tips and advice. As for the gearing question, it will effect your acceleration. Let me start off by saying that I'm new to owning a Honda and I'm progressively learning more about the make. I like working on cars and stuff.
Anyone know how hard it is and apprx. Since its establishment, Apex Automobile Parts, Inc. Considering fit, swap time, efficiency, etc. For a do-it-yourselfer, that is? As far as converting to manual, it's quite a bit more complicated then just a straight auto-to-auto transmission swap. See product for application and installation details. You might want to call H-Motors and ask if they have any auto H22 swaps. I would check the intake manifold for a crack or an intake manifold gasket leak.
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Maaaan, i need to get this going. For more information go to. So it's a good thing, right? Do they even make engines that for that? I can perform tune ups and change parts and stuff of that nature but I must say I've never taken on a task as large as removing the engine or transmission. I got an H22 from hmotorsonline. Think of it as posi-traction for a front wheel drive application.
Search the Accord forums for info, I believe there's a write-up on this with pictures around here somewhere. I see some complete swaps at hmotorsonline. I have had the vehicle to the Honda dealership and they were not able to determine the cause. You need to buy a lot of parts and be pretty mechanically inclined. Sometimes they can get stuff that's not listed on there site. I know you mentioned the F22 tranny had longer gears.
Is there an alternative for a short-geared tranny, or is the H22 tranny the only one? I've also never really messed with mods like turbo or superchargers, or whatever. I've seen lots of auto H22 swaps on other sites for example , but H-Motors is one of the most trusted names for sure. I don't know, it might be easier than I think but I've never done it. Beck Arnley's years of experience and proficiency in global sourcing provides vehicle owners the precise part for the right and most up-to-date vehicle applications. I've read some contradicting posts and I'm just not sure what to believe. There is a smoke test that can be used to find the leak.
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See product for application and installation details. I can understand if it turns out to be a little more complicated but I just wouldn't know if it's worth the time and effort. The Accord tranny would work fine, it just won't be quite as fun as using the proper H22 tranny. For several months the engine idle goes up and down between 2000 and 1000 rpm when the vehicle is in park or nuetral. Since 1918, Dorman Products has supplied the automotive aftermarket with high-quality replacement parts, hardware and fasteners. .
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