<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">1. The crossmember is the same in an auto and manual car.
2. The motor mount is the same
3. The transmission mount is different
4. Now here's the biggie.....the axles are different.
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Anywho...here's what I can tell ya off the top of my head.
Parts : (rough list...I'll let you know if I can remember more)
Pedal assembly for manual trans car
Main engine wiring harness from manual trans car
Computer from manual trans car
Manual trans shift mount
Donor car key (one programmed for the new ECU)
Transmission mounts (lower and upper)
Wiring harness that runs from fuel tank to ECU
If you've read the posts I did while I was actually doing the swap you'll realize that the axles from the automatic will work fine - so you don't need new axles.
After you have all these parts, the only thing left to do is find a way to get around the clutch pedal position sensor. I ran a wire directly to the starter from a button I put in the cigarette lighter's place and made a push button starter to get around it. Then, you have to work out any PATS you encounter. Once you get your original automatic's keys programmed into this new ECU all PATS should be cleared and you'll be 100%.