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Old 08-09-2017, 07:12 AM
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Nice! Make work with what you have.
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Nice! Make work with what you have.

Absolutely !!
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They make a tool to remove the clutch piston lol. Its actually not very expensive. I think i got mine for under 50 shipped.
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Old 08-09-2017, 01:20 PM
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They make a tool to remove the clutch piston lol. Its actually not very expensive. I think i got mine for under 50 shipped.
wouldnt doubt it lol but it was late last night and I'm trying to stick with a budget to do the rebuild and this seemed to work just fine lol
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Old 08-12-2017, 11:56 PM
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Got the rest of the clutch packs done tonight and got most of the gears back in place. Just need to clean old gaskets off the middle case and then wrap it all up and we'll be ready for the reinstall and testing phase, I sure hope this works haha this had been very difficult for me lol
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Awww no pics on 3rd gear clutch pack condition?
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Old 08-13-2017, 09:32 AM
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It actually didn't look bad but why did you wanna see that one specifically?
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I can pull it back apart not that bad if you want pics lol
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Nah I just wanted to see how badly damaged the Friction Plates were.. There is seems to be a different degree of damage to make the gear ineffective.
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I do remember a heat spot where the metal had changed color but nothing to baf
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Well finally got it all back together and ready for reinstall
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Nice work man!
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Old 08-15-2017, 07:17 AM
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That is some impressive work! Hope everything works well! What did the rebuild cost you?
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That is some impressive work! Hope everything works well! What did the rebuild cost you?
prolly around 550-600, I went ahead and bought a new tq converter and also had to buy some tools to get the job done but as far as parts and such for the rebuild itself around 250-300 excluding the tq converter
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Any plans to install a tranny cooler?

I have looked in to one, but haven't seen anything specific for a 2G TL.
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Old 08-15-2017, 11:19 PM
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Any plans to install a tranny cooler?

I have looked in to one, but haven't seen anything specific for a 2G TL.
no not yet, I'll see how well this does for now, and I'm gonna make sure the fluids are taken care of for sure haha
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Old 08-15-2017, 11:22 PM
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Also have a update on the reinstall, just got everything done and plugged back in, started up like a champ drove like a dream, only drove for around 10 miles tonight but feels great so far. Gonna drive it to work tomoro and such and see how she does and I'll be sure to keep the post updated on how it goes as the mileage goes up, thx for all the support and love guys!
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All back together and ready to go!
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The easy part is to disassembly it, The fun part comes when you have spare parts after rebuilding it
and I didn't have any left over spare parts/bolts so we good
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How's she running?
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Old 09-10-2017, 11:59 PM
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Doesn't drive at all lol after the rebuild it still had a slight shifting problem, so I ordered a few new sensor that should have fixed the problem but of course it didn't so I got pissed, thought it was something I did in the rebuild and bought another trans to swap out and hopefully go. But again nope anybody wanna buy the car the way it sits? lol I think I'm done with tl's unless it's manual.
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Well its the joys and marvels of trying to DIY a Transmission Rebuild, They are far too complicated to be tackled in the first go flawlessly...
Your TL is in nice shape dude, don´t want to be that guy but; "Should have gone with the AV6 Swap" and be done with it.
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Sorry to hear that man!
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"Should have gone with the AV6 Swap" and be done with it.
What year(s) auto AV6 go(es) with the J32a2?

I was considering getting the 06 Oddy tranny, since I plan to get the J35a3 at some point.

OP, sorry to hear about the car after all that time and effort, could always try and sell the engine/tranny and go with a 6spd swap.
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2006-2007 Accord V6 3.0L 5 Speed Auto Transmission it is.
Just be 100% sure that you got either of those years as some early 06s and definitely 05s will have the wrong Torque Converter which wont fit the J32A2 flex plate
(Solution will be to obtain the correct Torque Converter from a 07-06).
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Love the color... looks like my friends trd pro 4 runner..
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It's just sitting now lol just going to do a 6speed swap soon just gotta find all the parts to do the swap
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It's just sitting now lol just going to do a 6speed swap soon just gotta find all the parts to do the swap
I have a bunch, most of which is all OEM parts.
I think I can still find the thread on 6GA so that you can see the complete list (with pics).
Let me know.
It's already boxed and ready to ship.

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Please do post that thread if you can find it. 6MT may or may not be on my list...
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6spd Parts

Here is a list of the parts, and a link to the thread.

FS: Polished Intake Manifold, AEM V2 CAI, J32/6spd parts - 6th Gen Accord DIY and Performance Forums

No pics....because photobucket.

6spd swap parts - selling together:
"The shifter is CL-S (bought from Tom/ComptechV6). The
metal bracket metal bracket
is the stay for the
shifter cables shifter cables
, it's brand new (part #24600-PYZ-000).
I am charging you the same prices for these parts as I bought them for since they are new, as through the site sponsor. Except for the shifter, which I am charging half of what it actually costs new."

Here's the breakown:
36760 SM4 003 -
CLUTCH SWITCH CLUTCH SWITCH
ASSEMBLY 21.70
35710 SE3 A01 - CLUTCH SWITCH ASSEMBLY, INHIBITOR 34.64
46990 S84 A01 - CLUTCH PEDAL BRACKET 317.87
54203 S6M R01 - FLOATING COLLAR 19.12
46928 S5A A01 - MASTER CYLINDER SEAL 2.96
93405 08035 08 - BOLT WASHER 3.84 (X4)
95701 06012 08 - FLANGE BOLT 1.20 (X2)
90001 P7J 000 - SPECIAL BOLT 2.06 (X2)
46977 SDP A01 -
CLUTCH PIPE CLAMP CLUTCH PIPE CLAMP
2.86
95701 08055 08 - FLANGE BOLT 3.52 (X4)
46943 S5A 003 - RING SEAL 2.40
95701 06016 08 - FLANGE BOLT 1.10 (X2)
Change wire stay - $20
Shift box - $25

TOTAL: $458.27

None of the parts have been used, and are still in the box they were shipped in.

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Old 09-30-2017, 02:17 PM
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figure i'll post some more pics since i haven't in a while, and a little before and after of the brakes






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so are you giving up, or are you going to 6mt it?
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yes im going to do a 6 speed swap, im looking for a wrecked cl-s so i can get all the parts from it to do the swap rather than peice it together for now. have a couple places i can get a few just waiting for them to become available for purchase.
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I'm actually kinda relieved, man...hate to see you bail on this.
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Lol yeah my wife would be really mad at me for that lol but I do have some questions about the swap and hope to get some reliable feedback about. Can I use a 03-07 accord v6 5speed trans or the 6speed trans to do the swap? Like are the mounts the same etc? I know it won't have lsd but I'm not worried about that part as much as just having a running car lol
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Or at least which threads to read up on to get what I need
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why not just do the AV6 swap instead of the manual conversion?
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