I'm new here and in need of some help, and this looks like the best place to ask for it. I got a 95 Civic CX with an Intgera Type R head on an Integra LS bottom. The car goes into gear but the car doesnt move. I checked the clutch and the clutch was on good. Another thing was that one of my axles were a little short but if that was the problem wouldn't the car still move and I hear a grinding noise? I wanted to know if anyone can help me. Thanks in advanced.
when did this problem start? what was it doing before this happened?
but your tranny might be broke. or maybe the inside of one of the axles is broke. do the axles spin when you put it in gear and that **** goes no where?
I was swapping this motor in my hatch, so i dont know if it was like this before. The car goes nowhere when i hit the gas, RPMs goes up but speedometer stays a 0, and i never thought about looking to see if the inside of the axles moved.
put the car in gear jack it up and spin each wheel, you should feel resistance if the axles are inserted, if not the wheels should spin fairly easily.
regardless if the axles are in or not the speedo should move so dont even worry about it not moving, it proves nothing except its not plugged up, you have a bad cluster, or a bad VSS, nothing related to the car moving.
another thing, crank the car and try to get it in gear without pushing in the clutch, if it goes (or feels like it did) then your clutch disc might be froze on the input shaft and not releasing, theres alot of things it could be.
Its looks like the tranny is bad. I tried all the things mentioned in this thread. So does anyone know what type of tranny is best to buy. Its a Gsr head (instead of a Teg Type R as mentioned above), on a LS Teg block and tranny. I plan on going turbo when i get this motor running.
so its an LS/vtec with an LS trans, then get whatever, LS is about the worse (performance wise) you can go, so anything more is just gonna be better, but cost more. try to find an OEM LSD trans (gonna cost alot) but will be worth it when you start boosting.
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