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Old 10-30-2009, 07:22 PM
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did a auto to manual swap on my 94 accord ex everything is fine but it also has a 92 h22a1 in it so i used the h23 tranny out of the 95 special edition prelude.i also used to driver side intermediate shaft an cv axle from the prelude.can anyone post a picture of what a intermediate shaft out of a 94 accord ex looks like please i would like to compare an i cant find a pic anywhere.
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Old 10-30-2009, 10:10 PM
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Oh do I just happen to have the perfect picture for you stashed away...how fortunate for you.

The shaft on the left is for a Prelude, and the left, a 90-97 Accord.
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Old 10-30-2009, 10:16 PM
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ahhh thank you so much you just confirmed i need a different intermediate shaft what i dont understand is they look they same length just one is male an the other female.you see im having an issue with wheel bearing going out so im thinking its because i used to prelude intermediate shaft and axle an not the ones from the accord.still a factory intermediate shaft is like 200$...that sucks oh well.Thanks alot bro
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haha just found one about 40 miles from where i live for 50$ NOICE
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Ideally for the best fit, you want to use Accord axles, using the Accord halfshaft too (intermediate shaft). If you have the Prelude halfshaft, then you must use the Prelude driverside axle too.
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yes this is what i originally had on the car.(prelude axle and intermediate shaft).But like i said i am having a problem with wheel bearing going out within hours of driving so something is not lined up properly.So i am just going to replace these with the (accord axle and intermediate shaft).hopefully that will be problem solved if not the only other explanation could be that when i refabricated the auto mount so that it would work for the MT i was off but i doubt that.
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