I have a 1991 honda accord lx with 160000 mi the tranny just went out or something that is not allowing the car to go more than 30 mph, if it is the tranny can I replace it if a 5 speed manual ?

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Asked by cope6 Jul 03, 2013 at 11:43 PM about the Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need a ball park figure on how much it would cost to switch the traany to a 5 speed
manual. Im in Tampa fl

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Tom Demyan
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Call a couple of shops in your area for an estimate. It depends on if your going to be using a used or new trans, who is procuring the parts, and who is doing the work. Figure around $2K-$5K. More than what the car is worth. If your doing it yourself, maybe $1500. I'd get the Accord looked at and fixed for a couple hundred for now and buy another with a manual trans.

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