You really need the manual for this--there are a LOT of things you must disconnect--but here's the basics: 1. Jack the front of the car up, unhook and remove the battery (you need the space) and remove the front tires. 2. Undo the front suspension, then the drive axles. 3. Drain the transmission. 4. Remove the starter. 5. Remove everything else that's connected to the transmission. 6. Run a transmission jack up to the transmission case. 7. Unbolt the old transmission, slide it away from the engine and lower it. 8. Put new transmission where old one was. 9. Connect everything to the transmission you disconnected. 10. Fill the transmission. 11. Put the front suspension back together, reinstall the transmission and take the car for a test drive.
You can change a Honda Civic HX transmission to a manual transmission. It is not an easy job to do.
I don't believe Honda Element automatic transmission has a filter.
Can you change a automatic to a 5 speed Honda Accord 1990
does a 2001 Honda civi have a transmission sensor an if so were it located at
You have to drop the transmission pan.
honda transmissions do not have filters
You should use only Honda genuine transmission fluid. You can get a gallon of it at your local Honda dealer and change it yourself.
its inside the transmission
Most Honda's have an internal, non-serviceable filter that is only changed when the transmission is rebuilt. Call a Honda dealer to be sure.
You don't. It has a lifetime internal filter in the transmission.
You don't. It does have a strainer inside the transmission that is permanent.
Take it to a Honda Civic garage / mechanic.
Most Honda's use an internal filter that is non-serviceable and can only be accessed by removing the transmission. Just change the fluid and forget the filter.
Use only genuine Honda ATF DW1 automatic transmission fluid and nothing else.
Honda Automatic transmissions use an internal filter that is designed for the life of the transmission. It is extremely rare that one would have to be changed. Also do not do a power flush on a Honda transmission as it will ruin the internal seals.
you pull the drain plug on the side of the transmission
Change all the transmission fluid and replace the filter.
Remove the transmission pan on the bottom of the transmission. The filter is mounted to the valve body of the transmission.
Honda recommends changing it at 100,000 miles. I personally recommend you change it every 75,000 miles. The 2003 Honda Accord had problems with the transmission so I would recommend this as a preventative measure.
Auto Transmission Fluid
Take it to a mechanic
You don't. Most Honda transmission have a non-serviceable filter that is located inside the transmission. The transmission must be disassembled to get at the filter. It is designed to last the life of the transmission. By the time the filter is clogged, the transmission needs overhauling.
there is no transmission pan on the 1993 accord it has a sealed case
I had my fluids changed in my transmission, and they told me the filter was internal....and they did not replace it!