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Old 09-18-2003, 07:20 PM   #1
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As the topic says. Will a speed sensor from an automatic transmission work in a manual transmission?

95 civic LX auto tranny

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92 civic SI manual tranny
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Old 09-20-2003, 10:57 AM   #3
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Thanks, anybody else know so or believe so?
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The electrical portion is the same, but the gear is different. Swap the electrical portion and you will be fine.
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A buddy of mine put the sensor from a 94 d-series auto in his 94 gsr manual and it worked just fine. No gear swap.
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no it wont fit
the gear is different

go get one from the wreckers or something...
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yes or no..... ????
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no it wont fit
the gear is different

go get one from the wreckers or something...
how about u try...if the one in your manual tranny is broken you now have 2 sets of gears...one auto and one manual..

swap all the different parts on the auto from the manual..whala..u now have a manual looking VSS....then come back to honda tech and tell us all if it works...
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