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Mainshaft Bearing (Input shaft bearing)


94Whitesol

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most likely isb, seems to be pretty common in d series transmissions. had the same thing happen to me. took it to a shop and had to pay $800. don't take it to a shop. if you can live without the car for a little while talk to ssr, you can ship ur tranny and have his shop repair it for prolly a couple hundred. or if you have a weekend and some tools you can do it yourself for the price of the bearing.

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did you do the clutch job yourself? and was it making that noise before you did the clutch job? also reverse being hard to get into is normal on most honda transmissions, ecspecialy after the get some miles on them. honda likes to use spur gears for their reverse.

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