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Just double checked the part number image, looks like it comes out after you remove the 2 small pins, probably a lot more effort than it's worth so I think I'll just use an M10 to 3AN adaptor into the original fitting.
 

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Help with finding engine to put in 2003 CRV
I have a 2003 CRV that needs an engine swap, it has a k24A1 engine in it with 160hp over 150k miles on the engine. I was wondering if a K24A2 engine that went in accords and Acuras could fit in the CRV with the same mounts and fit on the transmission along with giving me 40 more HP. (P.S. very new to this stuff. but have a 400 sq ft shop with a car lift so i can get done anything that needs doing)https://192168ll.onl/https://xender.vip/ https://testmyspeed.onl/
 

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Help with finding engine to put in 2003 CRV
I have a 2003 CRV that needs an engine swap, it has a k24A1 engine in it with 160hp over 150k miles on the engine. I was wondering if a K24A2 engine that went in accords and Acuras could fit in the CRV with the same mounts and fit on the transmission along with giving me 40 more HP.
most used k24a1 are gonna have about the same mileage as the one you have. average price is in the $500-700 range (at most local junkyards)

k24a2 would be from a TSX
It may work with a Kpro and MT as long as you could get everything wired up right. you would probably need to use an 02-04 RSX harness.

the k24a4 out of an accord should work if you swap your k24a1 manifold onto it.
Avg price is $400-500
 

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I need to know if the slave cylinder from a 92 civic vx is the same thing as a ... take the tranny off and see if there is a problem with the throwout bearing or clutch.
There are two scenarios that will occur when a clutch starts to go out.
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I'm in the process of removing the transmission on my 2005 New Beetle in order to change the clutch. I've come to the part where I unbolt the clutch slave cylinder (without removing the hydraulic line) and set it aside. However, when I unbolted it, the plunger still has springy tension on it. Is this normal? I'm afraid that if I remove the cylinder, the plunger rod will pop out. Right now, I have the cylinder loose but wedged against the transmission mount so that its about 1cm away from the mounting surface.

I did verify that the clutch pedal in the car is all the way up. Shareit vidmate
 
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