can I change the automatic transsmition to manual of 2006 VW Rabbit?

Asked by GuruDKPCP Sep 09, 2017 at 08:56 AM about the 2006 Volkswagen Rabbit 2dr Hatchback w/Automatic

Question type: Car Customization

I have a automatic 2006 VW Rabbit but its
transsmition doesn't work correctly, I
woukd like change to manual transsmition.
Is it possible? What do you think? Thanks  
for comments.

1 Answer

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Possible? Maybe, but practical? Nope. It would be necessary to install a clutch pedal and all the parts necessary to release and engage the clutch. Numerous electrical conversions would need to be redone and the ECU would need to be reprogrammed. Then there will be all the unknowns such as are the drive axles compatible, etc, etc, etc. I would either consider getting a different car, obtaining a used automatic transmission and installing it or having your existing transmission rebuilt.

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