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Tranny not going on motor FLUSH?

Old 26-Sep-2005, 09:40 PM
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Tranny not going on motor FLUSH?

got a question for you maybe you can help me out

my buddies civic ok.. were putting a new motor in it.. its a b18b with an ls tranny

we got the input shaft in an some of the bolts line up but theres 1 part of the tranny that wont line up, its like 2 mm's off... why the **** wont this thing go on?
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Old 26-Sep-2005, 09:57 PM
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did u use an aligment tool to properly align the pressure plate and disc so that the throw out bearing slides in properly?
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Old 26-Sep-2005, 10:36 PM
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Originally posted by Rfan
did u use an aligment tool to properly align the pressure plate and disc so that the throw out bearing slides in properly?


and if it still wont go on, just keep wiggling it on!
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Old 26-Sep-2005, 10:47 PM
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yeah mating a tranny to the engine is FUN....lol....especially when your underneath it holding it up.
They need to make a little window thing....like a plate thats removable that allows you to see what the hell you are trying to do. It takes a little effort and sometimes a lot of patience, but keep trying it'll go.
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check to make sure that there arent too many dowel pins, sometimes if you are swapping trannys or somthing they will have extra dowels and it wont go in or the clutch disc is the wrong one for the tranny, if you have a 1.6l clutch with a gsr or type r tranny it wont work
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yeah check the dowels

Use a deep socket with tape wrapped round it for a allignment tool

Works great
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Originally posted by HamiltonsIsuzu


Use a deep socket with tape wrapped round it for a allignment tool

Works great
thats a great idea
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thanks guys its in!!
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Old 29-Sep-2005, 10:25 PM
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Originally posted by scott newman
check to make sure that there arent too many dowel pins, sometimes if you are swapping trannys or somthing they will have extra dowels and it wont go in or the clutch disc is the wrong one for the tranny, if you have a 1.6l clutch with a gsr or type r tranny it wont work
yes....sometimes a dowel pin will be in the same location on the tranny and engine. happened to me once, rather funny when i figured out what the problem was.
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