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    #46
    Help

    okay will a tranny from a 96 lude fit tranny code MP1A its auto
    i have 92 accord ex auto
    am geting axles
    tcu
    but my ? is seeing how its obd2 will it work and wat do i have to do to get it to work

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      #47
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        #48
        yes it will fit guy.

        dont think the sh models will fit tho.
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          #49
          As far as I know, it should bolt right in using your original mount. No need to drill and tap. Your sensors, VSS etc. should also plug right in to your existing harness.

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            #50
            What about Accord tranny? Mine is sittin super weird and I am getting the vibration as mentioned above...
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            Originally posted by deevergote
            Do you really need to make a thread asking if having your car like this /---\ will cause uneven tire wear? Try walking like that for a few weeks and see if your shoes wear funny! (hint: they will.)

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              #51
              if only they could do the same for the reverse light wiring nice wirte up .
              any diagram for the auto to manaul reverse wiring ?


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                #52
                anyone else running an H22 tranny on a F22? what MPG should i be expecting from this?
                Originally posted by scudweiser
                it will go vrooooooom bauggggghhhh mmmmmmaauuugggg. Still no mmmmmbAAAAAAAUUUHHHHHHH though.
                Originally posted by deevergote
                Do you have anything intelligent to offer, or are you just trying to whore up your post count?

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                  #53
                  MP1A here. I haven't noticed any difference, last I measured I was averaging about 26mpg in town (I've got something of a lead foot though), and once measured 31, but I'm still using the F22's TCU.
                  Last edited by CyborgGT; 01-28-2011, 02:17 AM.

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                    #54
                    im getting both tranny and TCU, guess imma try one each per tank and report back lol
                    Originally posted by scudweiser
                    it will go vrooooooom bauggggghhhh mmmmmmaauuugggg. Still no mmmmmbAAAAAAAUUUHHHHHHH though.
                    Originally posted by deevergote
                    Do you have anything intelligent to offer, or are you just trying to whore up your post count?

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                      #55
                      I didn't go with the H22 TCU simply because I didn't want to find out if the H's higher redline meant later shift points than for a lower-revving F22. Post how that goes for you, I'm curious how it copes.

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                        #56
                        H23 Tranny, P14 and F22

                        so here's how it went, the H23 tranny with the P0X was pretty good, handled about the same as the F22 one, auto shifted at 2.5-3k RPM on normal and 3.5-5k on Sport depending on throttle position. didn't do much driving to get MPG

                        with the P14 it pulled all the torque out, first off it was a bitch to fit the TCU in the cage, couldn't secure it to the case so i just used velcro tape and some mexican magic.
                        One thing that i noticed was that when in D4 it triggers the Sport mode, and turns it off on D3 the switch has no effect on this matter.
                        It also changed the RPM limiter, i noticed it kicked up to PAST 7.5k in the red line, i was afraid to push it further i did noticed that it guzzled gas past 6k so yea lol.
                        i filled it up to 3/4 tank, and zeroed my trip meter. reached a bit past the 1/2 mark at 81 miles.
                        so if my math does right 17.04gal/4 = 4.25gal. 81mi/4.25gal= roughly 19-20MPG that's a combination of city/freeway driving. It revs at 3.5-4k RPM at 70 MPH and spikes up to 5 at speeds over 80-90.
                        so far so good. IMO it was worth trading the MPG (from 25 to 20) for the added take off response.
                        Originally posted by scudweiser
                        it will go vrooooooom bauggggghhhh mmmmmmaauuugggg. Still no mmmmmbAAAAAAAUUUHHHHHHH though.
                        Originally posted by deevergote
                        Do you have anything intelligent to offer, or are you just trying to whore up your post count?

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                          #57
                          Nice write up man, drilling and tapping isn't a hard thing to do at all. I'm glad you were able to get it done. Biggest key is keeping everything straight and take your time.

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                            #58
                            im so glad i found this DIY. im going to try to do this myself on a CD5 tranny (F22B1, sorry i forgot the tranny code)

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                              #59
                              just finished doing this diy this morning to put my h23 trans in my car. nice write up. all details were correct and true. good attention to detail

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                                #60
                                what happens if i only have one bolt on the tranny

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