If you don't have a maintenance manual, get one before going any further. You have not specified if the half-shafts have been pulled, if the engine and transmission are in the car, or out, and if you have disconneted the speedometer cable and shifter linkage, as well as the clutch cable. You will need to support the transmission somehow when it is separated from the engine.
They do if it is an automatic transmission. The Prelude (except Si) has the same manual transmission as well. The Prelude Si has a slightly different manual transmission, but it will still fit into a 1986-1989 Accord.
If the Prelude is an automatic, yes, you use automatic transmission fluid. If it's a manual, there's manual transmission fluid. As much as possible, purchase the manufacturer (Honda) branded transmission fluid.
If it is a Manual transmission you do not have a dipsticks.
need to buy transmission put it in and thats it.
Next to the starter
If it is a manual transmission you do not have transmission cooler lines. If its an automatic they will be on one side of the radiator and you can follow them to the tranny from there.
Honda MTF (manual transmission fluid) / MTF2
Approx 2 US qts.
It came in both traditional manual transmission and sequential "SportShift", which is automatic transmission that has a shifter that allows for upshifts and downshifts.
If it's a Sport Shift (auto), then you use Honda's auto transmission fluid. If it's a manual, Honda's manual transmission fluid. Use no other fluid in your Honda.
manual tranny doesnt have fluid u noob manual tranny doesnt have fluid u noob
the manual transmission of a Chevrolet s-10 is lubricates by oil but is a special oil for manual transmisions
The automatic transmission uses ATF+4. The manual transmission uses a special manual transmission fluid from Mopar.
No Transmissions are usually car specific. You cant take a longer trans, and throw it on a smaller car... It would depend on what motor you have on the crx and what motor the prelude tranny came off from. I believe the 5 speed manual transmission on the prelude will mate up to both the 1.8L and 2.0L Prelude engine. So if your crx has either of those engines then you should be good to go.
Yea the Transmission Fluid is called special Honda civic stuff fluid thingy
On a manual transmission there should be a flush plug that will directly accept a1/2" ratchet less the socket. Remove this to check manual transmission fluid and to add it. This plug can usually be found on the passenger side of the transmission just being the tire.
Automatics all use ATF+4. The manual in the wrangler uses a special manual transmission fluid from the dealer.
found it, it's under the manafold in the back Specify that you were looking for the automatic transmission starter because the Manual transmission has the starter right below the battery and air filter 15mm bolts btw
If it has a manual transmission - yes. Auto tranny - no.
I was looking at one of the Ford websites , and for a 1996 Ford Explorer 4.0 litre V6 : It lists two different part numbers for a starter depending on whether it is an automatic or manual transmission
I have never heard of an Automatic Starter. Are you talking about a Remote Starter? Now if you are asking if an A/T equipped Mazda and a Manual Transmission equipped Mazda have the same starter, the answer is yes, they are identical.
Depends if you have a Sport Shift (auto) or manual. In either case, you can get the transmission fluid from either the dealer or an auto parts store.
The starter is located near the bottom front of the engine. You can follow the positive battery cable, from the battery directly to the starter.
If they are both automatic transmission , or both manual transmission , they have the same part numbers for a 1993 and a 1995