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1990 awd and 93 fwd transmission question

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Dec 9, 2004
vero beach, Florida
Ok basically having a problem with my clutch/flywheel. Going to take it apart tonight to find out whats happening. Its getting caught on the inside of the bellhousing im assuming they sent me a fwd clutch& flywheel because i know they are larger. Now i have a fwd tranny from a 93. I allready swaped shifter base,cables & brackets. Could i just put the fwd trans in temporarily? Is there significant differences? Would i use the equal lenth shafts on the driver side or the larger one piece? I have both sets. I just want to get the car up and running so i can get a tune on it. Thanks in adcance
 

turbo addict

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Apr 17, 2005
Omaha, Nebraska
you would have to take the driveshaft off of course. then also yo would need to use the 93fwd axels as they are a 27 spline and the awd are a 25. other than that I think you should be good. Oh, you need to swap the starter plate. and im not 100% sure that the starters are the same or not from awd to fwd.
 
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