I recommend only Honda genuine Z1. About 3.5 quarts on a drain and fill
It is on the rear of the engine block above the drain plug.
There is no user serviceable filter on Honda Accord. During a rebuild, there is a screen that is replaced. Use genuine Honda Z1 fluid, wipe off the magnetic part of the drain plug well, and check the level warmed up within a few minutes of turning off the engine on level ground. Apx 3.5 quarts
Around 4.5 quarts with oil/filter change. Park on level surface. Drain oil and change filter. Add 4 quarts, start the engine and run for 30 seconds. Shut off and wait 30 minutes. Check level and add as necessary. Do not overfill.
There is no trans filter on the Accord. You drain the fluid just like you would your motor oil. Only about 1/3 of the total capacity will drain. Be sure to add only the amount that was drained and use Honda fluid only.
4 quarts Closer to about 4.4 quarts if you let enough oil drain. Refer to the manual located (hopefully) in your glovebox.
where is the coolant drain plug on the engine block of Honda ACCORD 2.4 2006
The 1999 Honda Accord air conditioning drain to can be located on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The drain to allows condensation to drain on the ground below the engine.
There is no drain plug.
The transmission drain plug is on the bottom of the tranny, underneath. You will need to lift the car up. there is no trans filter.
The correct tightening torque for a 1990 Honda Accord oil drain plug is 29 foot pounds. This same torque applies to all Honda oil drain plugs.
If you drain only the pan it will take 3 quarts.If you drain the entire system including the torque converter it will take 6.9 quarts.Do not overfill.Warning: Use only genuine Honda ATF-Z1 A/T fluid and nothing else. Do not use a universal fluid that claims to be compatible.
Drain plug on bottom of oil pan.
There is no fuel tank drain plug.
The oil filter is on the back side of the engine, almost directly above the oil drain plug. This is assuming its a 4 cylinder, I can't remember where the filter is on the v-6's.
Yes it does.
out the petcock on the back side of the radiator
on the side of the radiator
It is located on the oil pan.
The Intruder uses 5.3 US Quarts for an over haul, 4.5 US Quarts with Filter Change, and 3.9 US Quarts for an oil drain with out changing the filter. That is the factory spec.
I've never seen a Honda which has a tranny filter. Just a drain plug and that's it. There is no drain pan, therefore you can't take off a drain pan to change the filter (if it had one). I own a 2002 CRV and a 97 accord. You can purchase a filter at any auto parts store, they are about $12.00. And yes the 1999 cr-v does have a filter, it is located on top of tranny.