If it is an automatic use only genuine Honda ATF. If it is a manual transmission call you local Honda dealer and they will be glad to tell you.
Look in your owners manual it should tell you in there. If you don't have one just call your Honda dealer and ask them. Usually they will tell you unless they are mad or something.
Use only genuine Honda ATF Z1 fluid in your Honda. Do not let anyone use a universal or replacement fluid no matter what they tell you. If you do your transmission will not shift properly.
Possibly, as they are the same generaion. Compare them yourself and you should be able to tell if they are the same.
Use Genuine Honda ATF Z1 and nothing else. There is no substitute and do not let anyone tell you different. Purchase it at your local Honda dealer. Use anything else and you will experience shifting problems.
Absolutely, positively, not. Use noting but genuine Honda ATF. Do not let anyone tell you different. You will experience shifting problems and possible transmission damage if you use any other fluid including any Multi-Vehicle fluid.
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You pour into the valve cover.
You can tell if the transmission is bad on almost any car by looking for jerky acceleration when driving, especially when moving from low to higher speeds. If the car is jerky, or seems to be having trouble shifting, it is likely a problem with the transmission.
why do the back lights stay on when the car is off and the brake release is checked on a 1994 Honda accord
the turn signals will not work
There is absolutely only one transmission fluid you should ever use in a Honda and that is genuine Honda ATF. Do not put anything else in your Honda or you will experience shifting problems. Do not let anyone tell you that there is a substitute or that you can use a universal fluid. Honda fluid is very special and you would be very foolish to use anything else. You may be able to purchase it at some auto parts stores.
Call the honda dealership, give them your Vehicle Identification Number (located on the frame), and they can tell you exactly what it is.
Must use Honda transmission fluid. Go to your local dealer for the correct fluid.Answer:Tell us what year, what model of Honda do you have? Consult your owner's manual. As specified by the factory, many older Hondas use regular Dexron fluid which is available at any auto parts store.
Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size to purchase.
Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size to buy.
Acura makes Honda. Honda makes Acura
It depends on your vin number the Honda place should be able to tell you for like 20 bucks or so
The mass air flow sensor tell the ECU what the proper air fuel mixture is needed. It is located behind the air intake manifold on a 1997 Honda Accord.
Can't tell you the average, but my 87 LXi has 230000 0n it and runs perfectly.
Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct size you need.
Use only Honda ATF-Z1 and nothing else no matter what anyone tells you. If they tell you that you can use Dexron, they are wrong. Dexron can only be used in an emergency and then must be removed ASAP. Any other fluid other than Honda fluid will cause shifting problems. Go to your local Honda dealer and spend a little extra and get the correct fluid. Much cheaper than a transmission rebuild.
on my 1988 honda accord it takes 3.5 quarts. if u wanna know for sure call any advanced auto parts and tell them what vehicle you have and ask them u need to know how many quarts of oil your car takes and they can tell you
No one can tell you this code for free but Honda will tell you what it is free of charge. Just click the link I will post and register your Honda on the Honda Owners Link. Once you do that you will be able to get the code with your VIN #, phone #, and serial # off there radio. The instructions will tell you how to find the serial #.
Any brand of battery that will fit. All battery manfactures make a battery for your Accord. Anyplace that sells batteries can tell you the correct model.