I own a 2000 Honda Accord and this is how you do it on that model. Drive you car up on ramps, be sure the chuck the back tire so the car does not roll. When under car look to your right, right behind the front passanger side tire. There you should see the transmission. There is no transmission pan on this car and also no filter. There is a round bolt that faces toward the passenger front tire. This is the transmission bolt. You can also identify the bolt because it is painted light blue. This round bolt can only be removed by taking a standard size rachet (WITHOUT A BIT) and fitting it into the the bolt. There is square hole in this bolt, designed to fit a rachet in without using a bit. You can not put a bit around the bolt because it is completely round. Anyway enough about the bolt. Remove bolt and about 3 quarts of transmission fluid will be drained. The drain bolt is magnetic and will have to be cleaned of metal particles when removed. After fully drained, replace plug, and add 2.7 quarts of Honda Transmission Fluid. Honda claims you must use Honda fluid in order to prevent damage, and for transmission to shift properly. Just a side note: This change only replaces about half the fluid. I do not know how to change entire system. If someone else knows please tell me. --Yes, from what i am told you do a flush type fill ....that is to say that after draining and refilling you run the vehicle and then repeat: drain and refill. You do this two to four times depending on the need and filth of the fluid.
where do you add the transmission fluid in a 1996 Honda accord 4 cylinderAnswerwhere do you add the transmission fluid in a 1996 Honda accord 4 cylinder
The 1996 Honda Accord transmission has a fluid capacity of 5.3 quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.
Fluid is inside the transmission.
Transmission fluid can be poured through the engine compartment on a Honda Accord. There is a dipstick and reservoir where the fluid can safely be placed.
A 1993 Honda Accord automatic transmission requires 2.5 quarts of fluid.
Where is the transmission fluid temperature sensor on a 1998 Honda accord and how do you replace it?"
you pull the drain plug on the side of the transmission
Change all the transmission fluid and replace the filter.
If your Accord is an automatic, use the Honda automatic transmission fluid. With a manual, the Honda manual transmission fluid. I'd strongly suggest using genuine Honda fluid over a substitute.
where do I add brake fluid to my Honda accord 92
how do i check the transmission fluid on a 1988 Honda accord, it is a automated
You should not flush 1995 Honda Accord transmission fluid. Transmission fluid should be taken to the appropriate dumping site and disposed of there.
You need a Honda transmission fluid, and I am not being a wise guy
The transmission in a 1993 Honda accord holds 12 quarts of fluid. The transmission fluid should be changed every 30,000 miles.
No, do you not need a gasket, don't be ignant.
It has a permanent filter that is changed when you have the fluid changed.
I'd change it every two years.
"A" is for oil change & "3" is for transmission fluid" change.
When changing the transmission fluid of a car, it is important to know its capacity. A 1999 Honda Accord with hold 4 liters of ATF fluid.
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.
Does a honda accord 95 automatic have a transmition filter?
The 98 Honda accord holds about 3 quarts of transmission fluid. If you are performing a flush, however, you will need about 5 quarts.
drop trans pan with drain pan under the trans
check the fluid with the car off