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Old 09-23-2010, 05:13 AM   #1
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i have put 2 trannys in my wifes 99 accord. now its needin a third. can anyone tell me if a 96-97 accord tranny will work. both being obd2 im thinkin they will but dont know if they will plug up. help please
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If you have a Manual transmission the 96 will fit in your 99 but the speedometer will not read correctly because they have different a tooth count on the speedo gear. If you have an Automatic transmission the 96 will not work.
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thanks. you are the only one whos gave me any advice. just triin to figure out somethin to do with the car. its a nice car but crappy tranny. wish she could drive a stick. is there any other options for a tranny without costing an arm and a leg? or possibly a motor and auto tranny swap?
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I would stay with the original design 99 Accord Automatic transmission but with updated valve body plugs.

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If you have a Manual transmission the 96 will fit in your 99 but the speedometer will not read correctly because they have different a tooth count on the speedo gear. If you have an Automatic transmission the 96 will not work.
im just asking why wouldnt a auto tranny work but a manual tranny would....they both mount up to the engine the same...its just the tranny-body mount that is different bettwen those 2
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The 99 auto transmission shifting and torque convertor lock up are controlled by the PCM. It uses shift solenoids and speed sensors that are calibrated to be used with a specific PCM. The 96 Accord Auto does not use a linear solenoid to control pump pressure and it has a completely different design than the 99 model.
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Default Re: 99 accord crap tranny

well wut would it cost to rebuild one and wut kind of warranty? im lookin at an infinty g35 sedan witch i would like to put her in because its a nice car and seems to be alot more reliable than this accord. i might go that route and do somethin fun with the accord when my nissan is done.
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Hi thepainter. I think a 96-97 accord tranny will work both. I have tried it and you must try it because it is very nice. :D
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