Easy Upgrade For Honda Manual Transmission

After almost 200,000 miles the shifter on my Honda Element was getting sloppy. This is due to the normal wear of the rubber bushings on the shifter base and at the cable connections on the transmission. I replaced the rubber bushings with the aluminum bushings from Acuity and the problem is solved!

**This process will also work for several other Honda vehicles with manual transmissions.

Links for the parts I used below.

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Parts

1917 Shifter Bushings (9mm): https://acuityinstruments.com/products/1917-shifter-cable-bushing-upgrade?_pos=1&_sid=d2288f991&_ss=r

1881 Shifter Bushings (8mm): https://acuityinstruments.com/products/shifter-cable-bushing-upgrade-for-various-2007up-hondas?_pos=7&_sid=82d859a6f&_ss=r

1954 Shifter Base Bushings: https://acuityinstruments.com/products/1954-shifter-base-bushings?_pos=1&_sid=5583ec0b4&_ss=r

These parts will fit several Honda vehicles. Acuity also has other products you might want to check out.

https://acuityinstruments.com

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33 thoughts on “Easy Upgrade For Honda Manual Transmission

  1. Glad you made this video, on my 04 civic coupe, I have a similar issue, but not knowing if it’s the shifter assembly, bushings, or stretched cables. When shifting on the up gears, not sure to side action, the shifter clicks in but goes past that now about 1/2 and inch when it didn’t use to. Please help Eric thanks!

  2. This is News I Can Use as I try to resuscitate my sister's old '98 Civic sedan that she's had sitting her driveway for more than five years.
    I've got the engine running again but the rear brakes are locked up with rust. That's my next project.
    273,535 miles on it. the shifter isn't particularly sloppy but clutch resistance is nonexistent. I'll look into that once I get rolling.

    Thanks for the tip!

  3. On the shop, is it a problem of finding a location to rent or finding one that’s not backlogged like before? Glad to see you’re finding some little tidbits to share in the meantime.

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