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Old 11 Feb 2014, 05:07 pm
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Default Will a 95 Acura Integra Motor and Tranny work in a 1999 Acura Integra?

I have a 1999 Acura Integra GS. It has the 1.8 non v-tec , the motor blew up and the tranny was already slipping. The only one I can find is out of a 1995 Acura Integra GS. Will it work or is it to old.
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Old 11 Feb 2014, 05:21 pm
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The motor will fit, but the transmission WILL NOT. 1994-1995 Integra's are OBD1 and 1996-2001 are OBD2. You have to get an OBD2 transmission.































HOWEVER, the transmission thing only applies to automatic trans. If you have a manual trans, you can get 1994-2001 trans. OBD doesn't matter with manuals, only autos.
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