To fill the transmission on the Honda CRX, first use a 19 mm wrench to remove the fill plug on the side of the transmission. Then, fill the reservoir at the side of the transmission.
All CRX Si came with manual transmissions.
YES only the CRX DX was available with Automatic Transmission
L3 si tranny is best
On my 1984 CRX the dipstick is underneath the battery. I had to take the battery out to check it.
There 's none.
It is a gear that plugs into the transmission. There is a cable coming from the firewall that goes to the transmission.
no. different motor series. but the motor and transmission is
twowrds the front of the tranny
If its a 89 Honda CRX si wih manual transmission, use genuine Honda MTF. You can purchase it at any Honda or Acura dealer near you.
depends on your speed
If the 94 civic had a d series motor then... Yes & no. The 89 CRX as with all crx's have a cable transmission. The 92 & up civics have hydrollic transmissions. So the transmission will fit if it was from a d series motor, but you will have to buy a hydrollic conversion kit from hasport or other swap company.
on the transmission on top yellow and green wires poop
passenger side rear of engine above transmission
The trans from a 89 CRX DF should bolt right in to the 91 CRX HF. The only problem is if it is a 1988 transmission, then you would need a different clutch disk and possibly a new pressure plate too. All flywheels, mounts and axels for these years fit all the transmissions for these years. They do not interchange, but they all bolt up to your trany the same. The CRX EF has a special low-reving engine and a special wide ratio transmission to get you 50 MPG. With a higer geared trany, your MPG will drop. No one knows how much. But it will bolt right it.
hondahookup.com has manuals u can download with the info u needNon-spamPassenger side. Look down where the transmission meets the motor. You'll see what looks like a green beer can on its side. That's the starter.
The speed sensor is what sends signals to the speedometer to display how fast a car is traveling. To find it on a 1990 Honda Crx Si it will be mounted on top of the transmission housing.
yes they are the same transmission, does not matter if the engine is a d15 1.5 liter or a d16 1.6 liter
Get on graigslist in your area and look under automobiles/trucks. Be sure to look under owners and type in crx in search box. Example craigslist houston.
== == Honda didn't make a CR-V in 1991, so I'll assume it's a typo and you meant a 1991 CRX. In any case, it also depends on whether it's automatic or manual transmission. Regardless of whether it's a CR-V or CRX, here's the guidelines on fluid recommendations: Manual transmission: Honda Manual Transmission Fluid is preferred. Alternate substitutes are 10W30 or 10W40 motor oil. If you have a CRX, it'll take 1.9 quarts of fluid. If a CRV (1997-2002), you'll need 1.8 quarts. Automatic transmission: Honda ATF-Z1 Automatic Transmission Fluid.. If you have a CRX, it'll take 2.5 quarts. If a CRV (1997-2002), it takes 3.0 quarts.
Civic Racing eXperiment = CRX
I believe the crx si came with a d series engine, unless it was a jdm crx. basically if your crx has a single over head cam motor ( SOHC ) then it is D series which means no your crx tranny can not bolt up to an integra. Since integras are all B series engines or Dual over head cam ( DOHC ) usuall the b18a1 or b1 unless gsr .
under battery on trans if it's a manual trans, there isn't one.