If your vehicle is equipped with a navigation system, a navigation manual with detailed instructions, settings, and other information is also available. In Part 4 of the Integra Build Series I do a full automatic to manual swap on my b18b1. I used Thread-Loc and torqued the bolts to 76ftlbs in a crisscross pattern. I'm trying to get everything ready to go for this weekend. If you have questions about software updates or need assistance with locating an Acura dealer, you may contact Acura Client Relations at 800 382-2238. Our 1994 Acura Integra repair manuals include all the information you need to repair or service your 1994 Integra, including diagnostic trouble codes, descriptions, probable causes, step-by-step routines, specifications, and a troubleshooting guide. .
Make sure that after you torque the axle nuts you use a punch and a hammer or I used a flat-head screwdriver and a hammer to dent in the lip of the axle nut into the groove. For warranty evaluation please create a support ticket via this form. Use the clutch switches to adjust the pedal height to match the brake pedal then tighten the lock nuts. Put 3 quarts in then check it. Insert bolts onto the holes. You will have to make cover plates for the holes afterwards. I've got just a couple of questions left hopefully.
Install center console and shift boot. I used Thread-Loc and torqued the transmission mount to frame bolt to 54ftlbs. Unless you are familiar with your cars transmission explaining how to check the fluid levels would be pointless. To change the oil for a manual tranny, put the car on a lift. If you have an automatic then I don't know that answer. Once again it doesn't matter which wire from the switch gets connected to which wires from the plug. First off: Parts List and where to buy Second: Equipment Needed Special Tools, Holders Third: Advice and Write Ups Thanks ahead of time Search the forums.
I was pretty nervous about it when i did it last summer. Remove the torque converter cover then remove the torque converter bolts from the drive plate. I used Thread-Loc and torqued the bolt to 47ftlbs. I believe the crx si came with a d series engine, unless it was a jdm crx. Remove front wheels and axle nuts. This warranty only applies to the original purchaser and is non-transferrable. Remove the two bolts from the lower control arm and then remove axles and half shaft.
It will be to the right of the battery behind some hoses and have a yellow handle. It's hydraulic clutch, not cable-driven clutch system. Lift the transmission into the engine bay and slide the input shaft on the transmission into the clutch. All torque specs should be verified using a repair manual or similar source, I am not responsible for you striping out bolts or parts because you followed this guide instead of verifying the values for yourself. Fill reservoir with fluid and bleed the clutch slave cylinder.
Remove the transmission cable from the throttle wheel. The transmission can now be slid out from underneath the car. Its on the passenger side. But back to the auto to manual swap, the hardest part for me was the bad fitment of the stupid auto to manual trans mount that didnt line up, then spending about three hours cutting, drilling and fitting a solid three inch block of aluminum to fab up as the trans mount, using bits from the old auto trans mount. Underneath the car install the shift linkage mount and shift linkage. It's definately not for a beginner.
Once oil's drained, you'll need a funnel to refill the tranny. Improper use, modification, or abuse voids this warranty. I will fully document the whole thing so it can be a sticky. I recommend using the alignment tool to make things easier. All of Chilton's online content for the 1994 Acura Integra is updated monthly, so you'll have the most recent information on hand for any Do-It-Yourself project.
Connect the battery, check to make sure your reverse lights light up and then start the car. I use 10w30 engine oil in my 88 integra. I used Thread-Loc and torqued the clutch slave cylinder bolts to 17ftlbs. When the new on goes in make sure it exactly the same way the old one was. Tell that dumbass at O'Reily's to learn how to work on cars before giving out false information. On the auto transmission the dipstick is located on the firewall side of the upper transmission mount.
It will be easier since just about all the parts you need, you will have. Don't waste time calling around to your local bookstores or waiting for a repair manual to arrive by mail. It doesn't matter which pin on the clutch switch the wires go to. Manual transmissions do not have a dipstick. I wouldn't have been able to do this without Brad my friend, his father, and his grandparents. I'm doing mainly because I only have 11k miles on this engine. To check a manual trany for this car you need to remove the fill plug and stick your finger inside.