But my girlfriend has a 626 LX V6 with a manual transmission. We just changed out the fuel pump, spark plugs, wires and coil pack. I didn't believe her when she told me the car had some decent power as it always had a bad misfire. After the repairs, the same misfire is gone, and the car has surprised me. So far. Mostly just looking to see what extra I can learn about the car, and eventually look into getting a short throw shifter for it, and put my old 18" wheels from my former Elantra on. Previous experience for building cars includes a 1997 Pontiac Sunfire that I build for auto cross, and before that, a 1989 Pontiac Sunbird that I built for 1/4 mile drag racing. Sunfire got stolen, while the Sunbird had the driver seat ripped out when shifting from first to second coming out of my old work. Both were salt encrusted Ontario cars. I'm used to not being able to find stuff, so building this car for comfort should be extremely easy, but there is always areas to learn things.