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Old 09-24-2006, 12:18 PM   #11
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Matt, the HF has longer gearing than the vx/cx, which has longer gearing than the HX.

Anyway, yeah, you won't have much luck with it, I'd toss a cx transmission in if I were you (or vx, whatevs).

Here's the relevant gearing too look at: http://crxmpg.com/9200dgearing.html
Odd... for some reason I thought the VX/CX was longer than the HF.

IN terms of ease of installation, availablity, etc., I'd say that a CX/VX transmission is the way to go.
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Old 09-24-2006, 12:22 PM   #12
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I should've also noted in my post that you'll want a 92-95 cx transmission,

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Old 09-24-2006, 10:43 PM   #13
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Thanks guys. Just wondering. Also, since I will be going from the OBDII '97 HX tranny to the 92-95 OBDI CX/VX tranny (assuming I find one), will i run into any problems with the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) or anything like that...
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The VSS might be different, I'd do a part number search, but I'm fairly confident that even if the shape of it is different the old one will fit in the new hole or if you have a cx/vx one it'll plug into the old harness.
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Thanks--Good to know.
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In my case, I used the VSS sensor that came with my CX tranny. It actually improved the accuracy of my speedo a bit. I went from about 3% too high to about 2% too low. I'd keep the one that is in the tranny if it is still there.

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Old 02-21-2007, 08:36 PM   #17
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Okay, I found a transmission for $150 out of a '92 4-door (don't know the model), the seller gave the ID number as S20-1185791. Does this tell anything about the transmission or is it merely a serial number?.... Also cx and vx were only 2 doors right?
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Old 02-21-2007, 09:13 PM   #18
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CX and VX were only two door hatches, that tranny is prolly no good.
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i've got 2 cx/vx trannies as well 4 sale

j*f encoded on the sticker by the front torque mount
where * = letter/number
my memory mastery reminder for this is "Jah Fuel"
i'm not sure on how complete this is for identification of them on a regular basis...
of all the cx/vx trannies i've seen...3 or 4...they all had it...
on my vx, the tranny says S2O as the first 3 characters on that sticker with a barcode on it... does this mean its now a vx/cx tranny? if so, what tranny is it from?

**edit** i found the stamp near the fill plug on my tranny, it indeed says A000, so i guess i have the right trans

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Hey guys, thanks for the info. I finally got a CX tranny from ebay w/ 110k miles for $41. It didn't come with the VSS or clutch slave cylinder.... I was hoping I could use my '97 VSS and clutch slave cylinder in the '95 CX tranny. Will it work?
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