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 Honda gearbox removal at Upull It

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PostSubject: Honda gearbox removal at Upull It   Sun 12 Dec 2010, 7:04 am

Guys need your professional help here. Went to UPull It on the weekend to get a starter motor (ours is playing up of late) for our Civic as there was a wreck the same model as ours recently delivered there. I was like a girl with her 1st trainer bra there and pulled out the starter, dizzy and all 4 door trims. It had done only 170,000 ks which is not bad for a 20 yo car as ours has done 330,000 ks and nthough the tranny still works it is getting tired i.e. flaring between 2nd and 3rd. What I'd like to do is to take out the auto, but how the hell do you do it with no hoist etc????. Any tips or help would be appreciated Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Honda gearbox removal at Upull It   Sun 12 Dec 2010, 10:37 am

You would want a pair of ramps mate and a pair of axle stands for the rear. And you would want another person to help would be ideal. Especially if you want to do it in one day as well.
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