Down the hole that the dipstick is in. Do not over fill!
ummm sorry but the 1997 Honda Passport does not have a dip stick to check or refill the tranny....does have a drain plug where you can check it...but really needs to go to proff.
Pull the tranny fluid dipstick out, and pour it down that tube with a funnel. who ever is answering this question about 1999 Honda passport needs to go back the school! duma$$ Well. That would be all fine and dandy if there were a transmission fluid dipstick in the engine compartment of a 1999 Honda Passport. Tell me where it is.
to show (1) whether the transmission needs fluid and (2) to show whether the fluid needs changing. Brown to dark brown reveals burnt fluid and needs changing badly. If high milage it's a good idea to change the transmission filter and the fluid.
Inside the transmission. This is a non serviceable item. The transmission must be removed and broken apart to access the filter. No need to worry about it. When it needs replacing, the transmission will need rebuilding at the same time. Change your fluid as outlined in your owner's manual, and it will last for the life of the transmission. Use only Honda transmission fluid no matter what anyone tells you!!! Honda's shift better with OEM fluid.
According to Honda, no, it is a lifetime fluid. My advice is to change it every 75,000 miles.
As many as it needs to fill it up
Inside the transmission. Most Honda transmission filters are non servicable. The transmission must be removed to change the filter. By the time the filter needs changing, the transmission needs rebuilding. Change the fluid and forget the filter.
One of the reasons a Honda Accord with an automatic transmission may not shift out of first is there is not enough transmission fluid. The more likely reason is that the transmission has something broken in it and needs to be serviced or replaced.
The fluid is in the transmission is low or it needs to be changed. Check the fluid level and see if is full or if it brown and burnt smelling.
maybe because your transmission needs fluid.....if it revs up and doesnt move, your car is not shifting gears....either you need fluid, or a gear is stuck.....check your engine for fluid and see if it's low. if not, take it in and get the transmission looked at.
It means the fluid needs to be changed. The burnt smell means the transmission has overheated at least once. Change your fluid and filter and hope for the best. Transmission fluid needs to be changed every 50,000 miles.
The fluid level is checked by loosening an Allen head bolt in the transmission pan. If the fluid starts to leak out, it is full. If not, it needs transmission fluid.
2005 Hyundai accent needs what kind of transmission fluid?
You do not need to change the transmission fluid in the Saturn vue. It is a sealed system and only needs to be replaced when the trans needs rebuilding.
On any vehicle, the filter and trans fluid should be done at least every 50,000 miles. I actually change ALL my trans fluid every 30,000.
Sorry, I do not know. You just pull a drain plug to drain the transmission. To flush the transmission, he needs to drain the transmission, remove a cooler line, run the engine while filling the transmission so the torque converter can discharge any contaminated fluid. Your fluid must have shown sign of overheating for him to suggest that. Good/smart mechanic. Need more like him.
Whatever seal the fluid is coming out.
It is important to add transmission fluid to car when it needs the fluid. It is added into the red capped tube, that holds the transmission dipstick, through a thin funnel.
check transmission fluid level check condition of transmission fluid,if dark in color it is burnt and needs replacing. other than that your transmission is wearing out
A 1991 Chevy Camaro with a manual transmission needs Dexron II ATF fluid. It provides lubricant and cooling to the transmission.
A person can tell if a transmission just needs fluid or there are bigger problems by checking the transmission fluid. If it is low, more can be added. If the transmission is still acting up after adding fluid, it could be the sign of bigger problems.
The transmission fluid needs to be changed in a 1996 Nissan Sentra every 30,000 miles. The transmission fluid capacity is shown when the dip stick registers full.
National Tire & Battery is a reliable place that will change your transmission fluid for you. They can also test your transmission fluid to let you know if it needs changing.
A transmission code of 1744 might mean that the transmission fluid is old and needs to be changed. It might also mean that the transmission fluid is low. Cleaning the transmission filter and adding fresh fluid will usually take care of this problem.
You don't. Most Honda transmission have a non-serviceable filter that is located inside the transmission. The transmission must be disassembled to get at the filter. It is designed to last the life of the transmission. By the time the filter is clogged, the transmission needs overhauling.
Check transmission fluid level Perhaps needs transmission rebuild