theirs no such thing as Transmission Fluid for 5 speeds. i think it just requires gear grease put in the gear box,but like the guy below said, go find a shop manual that will answer your question the best
== == You should be able to find a shop manual at your local library with diagnostics and specs -- make copies of the right sections as they are usually only available in the REFERENCE section...good luck :) A Honda Civic DX with 5-speed transmission requires 1.9 quarts of fluid. The recommended fluid is genuine Honda Manual Transmission Fluid. Other alternatives are a good quality SF-rated motor oil in a viscosity of 10W30 or 10W40 (yes, that's regular engine oil!) Whatever you do, DON'T use the regular gear oils like 75W90, 80W90, etc. The viscosity and friction modifiers will cause shifting problems.
How do I check the transmission fluid on a 1983 Honda Civic 1500DX
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The automatic transmission will have a dip stick location on a 1982 Honda Civic. Pull the dip stick to see the color and texture of the fluid.
Yea the Transmission Fluid is called special Honda civic stuff fluid thingy
Honda manual transmission fluid, from the dealer.
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Should be a removable plug on the side of the transmission Fluid should be at this level
Are you asking where to add fluid? If so, it is the same place you check it.
You need to check transmission fluid level, or have it serviced. *IT REQUIRES SPECIAL FLUID*
what kind of transmission fluid does a 5 speed manual honda civic take?
From what i have read the transmission fluid filter is inside of Honda trannys. You have to take apart the thing to get at it!
A 2007 Honda Civic Coupe will hold approximately 3 quarts of transmission fluid. The transmission fluid can be purchased at any auto parts store.