5w30 for engine oil. Dexron 3 for transmission fluid on an automatic.
NO!!!! do not do this, oil is oil, transmission fluid is transmission fluid, and antifreeze is antifreeze, do not mix any of these, it can perminately damage your engine.
Yes you use engine oil in all cars regardless of transmission.
Use Automatic Transmission/Engine Oil for ATV's ONLY! Find it at your local ATV Shop.
Your transmission does use lube oil. It takes a thicker oil like 75w90 or 90w140 and NOT automatic transmission fluid.
Automatic transmission oil is basically hydraulic oil for use in pumps. It is NOT recommended for use in any manual style transmission. All automatic transmissions in ATVs are a CVT type, and use no fluids. You should buy the proper gear oil for your ATV transmission as instructed in the owners manual.
You can use automatic transmission fluid (ATF) or get tranny fluid from the Honda dealer.
A transmission that does not use a clutch and pressure plate to disconnect from the engine.
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I went to Lincoln Tech Auto school and the Professor in my Automatic Transmissions class told me the best thing to do, to clean out your engine is to put Automatic Transmission fluid in it and run it over the weekend and then change it out with regular motor oil.
No. HD motor oil is designed to lubricate engine internal components and in most cases contains detergents that help keep the engine clean. If it were a manual transmission and you had to add oil in an emergency situation to get to a repair shop, yes HD motor oil could work. If it is an automatic transmission, NO!!! This would destroy the transmission. Jim