Use only genuine Honda ATF DW1 automatic transmission fluid and nothing else.
The dipstick tube is where you add the transmission fluid. If you are putting it in the same tube, it has to be going into the pan. If you are adding it somewhere else well, there is your answer.
This could be caused by a few different things. Low on transmission fluid, Dirty transmission fluid, blocked transmission filter, the transmission needs adjusting. Do the easy ones first . ie check the fluid level, anything else take to transmission specialist
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.
2.5-3 quarts. After the last fill, use the dipstick to verify it's properly filled. Honda (unlike everyone else) wants you to check the transmission dipstick with the engine warmed up but NOT running.
Hyundai Transmission Fluid HY SPIII. Use nothing else.
When changing the fluid in the transmission, 30% is left in the torque converter and else where. it typically takes 5 qts, with 30% still remaining. you can add 3.25 qts to the transmission. best option is to add 3.25qts. drive for 5 to 10 minutes and then check if you need to add more. it’s recommended to change the transmission fluid once a year for good service maintenance. use the specific transmission fluid sold by the dealer. it is design for the specific materials used in your transmission. others could cause damage.
really you dont have to change it but done just like anything else take out drain plug
Unless you have a CVT transmission use only genuine Honda ATF-DW1 automatic transmission fluid. Use nothing else.
Use ONLY genuine Honda ATF DW-1 transmission fluid and nothing else.
go to the Chevrolet dealer and buy only syncromesh transmission fluid. do not add anything else it will ruin your transmission.
NV3550 manual transmission: 1.98L, 4.2 pints. 42RLE automatic transmission: 3.8L, 8 pints for a service fill, 8.3L, 17.6 pints if it has been overhauled. The NV3550 uses Mopar Manual Transmission Lubricant. You can also use Royal Purple Syncromax fluid, this is what I filled mine with and it shifts worlds better than what it used to. The 42RLE uses ATF+4 fluid, nothing else. If you use anything else, it will burn up.
NO! The filter on your Accord is a non-maintenance item. It is inside the transmission and the unit must be disassembled to gain access to the filter. It is only replaced when the transmission is rebuilt. However, you need to change your transmission fluid every 60,000 miles. Caution!! Use only Honda ATF Z1 transmission fluid, and nothing else. Not a substitute or a universal fluid.
Use only genuine Honda DW-1 automatic transmission fluid and nothing else.
I'm guessing this answer because I don't have direct knowledge, but . . .If it was clean motor oil it will probably do no harm. Transmission fluid is 10 weight oil. There are usually 12-16 quarts of fluid in a typical transmission, so one cup would be less than 2 percent of the total fluid. Thus, even 30 weight motor oil would thicken the fluid only very slightly.If you are really worried you can go somewhere and have the fluid changed, and this will be a little expensive. You cannot do this yourself because you can only drain out about 3 quarts. If you do this do not let them do a transmission flush. Only a drain and replace. Flushes can cause serious transmission problems. If the shop insists on a flush, go somewhere else.
unhook everything on your engine and take your engine and tranny off the chassie. Then you remove the entire engine and tranny combo from your van. empty the transmission oil and undo the bolts connecting the transmission to the engine. The do it all in reverse and add new transmission fluid and whatever else fluid you had to empty to get your engine tranny combo out.
Use only genuine Honda ATF-Z1 automatic transmission fluid and nothing else. Do not use any other fluid that claims to be compatible.
Use ONLY genuine Honda MTX or ATX transmission fluid. Anything else just doesn't cut the mustard
You need a new radiator if you have trans fluid in the radiator. Getting trans fluid in the radiator isn't such a big deal...just change the radiator.....the worrisome parts is getting coolant in the transmission. The radiator has a transmission cooler built in and it is separated with a wall of aluminum - the coolant and trans sides should never mix. First! You need to drain and remove the radiator and replace it with new fluid. If you got trans fluid in the radiator, it very likely means you got the inverse....coolant in the transmission. You also need to flush and drain the transmission. Also, you need to flush the transmission cooler lines out for any coolant. Coolant in the trans is often the death of a transmission. Make sure you use the right fluid in the trans. That vehicle takes Mercon V fluid - don't put anything else in there or you will have problems potentially.
A fluid can undergo a continuous change in shape when it is subjected to stress:)
Well to my understanding, you have to drop the transmission pan, remove the gaskets (you will need new ones later), then drain the fluid, then replace with new gaskets and replace pan, then refill fluid. I don't know how else to do it myself.
atf +4, nothing else
Use only genuine Honda ATF DW1 and nothing else. Use some other fluid and your transmission may not shift properly.
You add the type of manual transmission fluid specified in your owner's manual - nothing else.