lets assume that the car is consuming Transmission Fluid exessively. more than a quart between services is exessive. there is no gasket to be replaced however a seal at the axel shaft connection is more likely further diagnoses is required.
There is no pan gasket to change and the filter is just a screen internally.
there is no transmission pan on the 1993 accord it has a sealed case
No, do you not need a gasket, don't be ignant.
Replace the gasket with a fiber gasket.
Take it to a transmission shop. Depending on what you mean by front gasket, it will probably involve removing the transmission. Again depending on what you mean, it is most likely an indicator of a bigger problem.
Replacing a head gasket on a 1996 Honda Accord requires removal of the cylinder head, timing belt, and several other components. The head will need to be resurfaced. Remove the old gasket and place the new one with gasket sealer. Reinstalled the head.
Blown head gasket, wrapped or cracked head. Can also possibly be Transmission fluid, entering due to a leak within the radiator.
Drop lower transmission pan Oil will run out Change filter and gasket
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter Change fluid, filter, and gasket
Remove the cylinder head from your VW engine. Remove the head gasket and clean the head gasket surface. Put the new head gasket on and return the cylinder head to its original position.
You will need to remove the cylinder head from your Chevy Lumina engine. Remove the head gasket and clean the surface. Put the new head gasket on and return the cylinder had to its original position.
i have oil seeping in to #2 sparkplug cylinder on my 95 accord 2.2 car still runs great 233,445 mi. can it be just the valve cover gasket?
Its the gasket that seals the cylinder head to the engine block.
Get under the car
take it to the repair shop?
Sorry, no drain plug. You have to drop the pan, change the filter, clean the old gasket from the mating surfaces and add a new gasket whenever you change the transmission oil.
Burnt valve, blown head gasket, hole in piston, severely worn compression rings.
Drop the lower transmission pan Clean pan Replace filter and gasket
The gasket comes preinstalled on the new filter. Make sure the gasket comes off when you remove the old filter. Apply a think layer of oil to the new filters gasket before installing.
But a new gasket. Using the appropriate tools remove cylinder head and all attached items according to manufacturers instructions. Remove existing gasket and clean cylinder block and head. Fit new gasket according to instructions and reattach removed items.
Drain and change fluid, filter, and gasket
transmission cooling system failure. transmission has its own little, circle-like looking radiator (located on top of the transmission), and if it has a little crack or if it has a leak in the gasket it will mix transmission fluid with the coolant. good luck!
Remove the transmission oil pan for access to filter Replace fluid, filter and gasket
Remove the transmission oil pan for access to filter. Replace filter, fluid, and gasket.
Remove transmission oil pan for acces to filter Replace fluid, filter, and gasket