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Sep 9, 8:48am - #3232 
Anyone know about an automatic->standard trans possibility

Is it possible to swap out an automatic tranny for a manual? I have an auto right now and wish I had a manual... I am wondering if the computer and/or other things would cause problems?

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Sep 9, 4:54pm - #3233 
When this has been asked before, the typica response I've seen is that its practically cheaper to trade in your car for a new one than to try and switch out transmissions like that.


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Sep 9, 5:05pm - #3234 
But is it possible ??


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Sep 9, 6:59pm - #3235 
yes, but in the longrun you would be better off getting a new car... a stock manual will never equal a converted manual... converted will definately have a shortened life span.

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Sep 9, 11:50pm - #3236 
Good Point. If you want a 5/6 spd. trade it in!

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Originally posted by h0l0grafik:
yes, but in the longrun you would be better off getting a new car... a stock manual will never equal a converted manual... converted will definately have a shortened life span.

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Sep 14, 5:43pm - #3237 
yes it is possible but like everyone else is saying you are better off just trading it in


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Sep 16, 6:40pm - #3238 
I see your car is a 2002. If you wanted stick you just should have bought one when you got your car. I have a 2002 5 speed and I had to have mine shipped in because I wanted it white with a 5 speed. So If you really wanted a 5 speed you should have just waited till you found one instead of buying what ever was on the lot at the time.


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