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Hondas are decent car. They are over-engineered and very reliable. Ive never had a problem with on.
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im jk hondas r ok i geuss.. id jus never buy one.. onyl one i liek is thr s200... very nice car but for that much cash id rather another car
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Its an S2000.. And all hondas are nice cars. They last for a long time when cared for.
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If you know how/its necessary, manuals are pretty nice.  Ecspecially now that most cars have computers telling them when to shift.   A manual, you decide.  If a single wire goes out of place, your check engine light comes on, and your car begins to shift horribly.  This then tears up your transmission.  Then you get the privelage of paying the mechanic a couple grand.

I dont like foreign cars.



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Hondas are great cars, you can put around 300k miles on them.
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Originally posted by Grent Grent wrote:

well i dont kno anyone who replaced tranny after onyl 4 years manual or non


Mine hasnt been replaced or looked at in 32 years. Works just fine, but the clutch slips alittle when I do alot of shifting.

And I had a Honda, and I will never have one again. Too hard to work on unless you have little asian hands.


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Originally posted by Grent Grent wrote:

im jk hondas r ok i geuss.. id jus never buy one.. onyl one i liek is thr s200... very nice car but for that much cash id rather another car

I don't think I am going to take car advice from somebody using your grammar and spelling skills.

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Originally posted by Monk Monk wrote:


Originally posted by Grent Grent wrote:

well i dont kno anyone who replaced tranny after onyl 4 years manual or non


Mine hasnt been replaced or looked at in 32 years. Works just fine, but the clutch slips alittle when I alot of shifting.


Yeah my 88 bronco, i had the origional tranny stuff, then i got stick a lot of mud, and it ate itself. It was caked with mud.
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It's not the transmission itself on manuals that you have to replace. It's usually the clutch. This is from people not knowing how to shift propertly. When a automatic goes out they usually go out big. Also they are more complicated to work on, so when they need repairs they tend to be costly.

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Yup, the clutch on my bronco needed to be fixed, it wasnt a big deal, the last automatic car i had, the engine threw a cam because of the tranny, never again. Automatics=
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Well since i jeep with my family i pic manuel because when you have a stick you generally will have lower gears which means you can go much slower on the trails and you can just crawl up the rocks also stick is much easier to repair
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Eh... Not so fast, i dont like stick sometimes while off roading. In mud, you can just go, if you are really in there it will just stall your engine out. I like automatic for muddin and crawlin usualy.
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i dont do mudding and i see no point in it but if ur going down hill with low gears the stick is the way to go but if ur going up hill especially if it is really steep automatic is the way

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Do any of u guys go jeeping and know alot about it just wondering

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The only problem with going up hill with manual is starting.
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Not "jeeping" but i take my 88 bronco II off road a lot. And i know what you are talkin about.
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sweet i got to go to bed i will continue tomorrow
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Why do that to a Neon, the cars are worth like 5 dollars.
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Wow should I just beat you know or later for your ignorant post.

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I feel sorry for you. It's like dumping $ into a m98.
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Originally posted by Impulse. Impulse. wrote:

It's not the transmission itself on manuals that you have to replace. It's usually the clutch. This is from people not knowing how to shift propertly. When a automatic goes out they usually go out big. Also they are more complicated to work on, so when they need repairs they tend to be costly.



automatics aren't harder to work on...there easier to repair and to pull from vehicles than standards are...i've been working for a transmission rebuilder this summer so i've learned a few things
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