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Old 05-29-2011, 04:41 PM   #1
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Question 6spd to 5spd flywheel diy?

I was wondering if anyone has a diy or any information with pictures how to do the swap. My car has been sitting for a while and I have the transmission out but the 5spd flywheel doesn't line up.

Is this a direct swap?

Also, I bought this flywheel from a junkyard and got it resurfaced. They said it came off a 92 Legend. Maybe I bought an auto flywheel?

If I go to the dealer and buy a new one for a 91-92 will it be a direct fit?

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It is a direct fit to my knowledge. No such thing as an auto flywheel.. Manuals have flywheels, autos have flexplates. Trust me, you'll know if you have a flexplate in your hands.
How doesn't it line up exactly? We need more details in order to help you out..
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They line up exactly the same. Differences are just bolts, flywheels, clutches. IIRC
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Thanks for your help guys. Found out the reason it doesn't fit is because it's the wrong one.. Maybe this is for a G1??



Well, that ^ flywheel is for sale and I'm gonna buy the REAL 5spd flywheel lol
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