Hey Ray==If it is auto trans simply remove the pan and filter. Then replace it and fill it with about 4 quarts of fluid. Put 3 quarts in then check it. Don't overfill it. GoodluckJoe To change the oil for a manual tranny, put the car on a lift...if you look on the passenger side of the tranny, you'll see a 17mm bolt head which is essentially a cap for the fill hole. On the same side below the "cap", look for a bolt that a 3/8" ratchet can fit into, this is the drain plug. Once oil's drained, you'll need a funnel to refill the tranny. According to the service manuals, the 1.8L engines take about 2.2 Liters of engine oil. No matter what anyone says, DO NOT use 80w-90 transfer case gear oil, these aren't Subaru trannys.
Internal diagram for a acura integra manual transmission
A 1993 acura integra gsr transmission.. Wat kinda question is that?
8lts i think
Should be located inside transmission pan.
what model is ur integra? it could be a integra ls tranny or u have a integra gsr that comes with a gsr tranny
it will fit but you need to convert it to a cable clutch because the 98's are hydraulic
No, 90-93 was cable operated, 94-up was hydraulic.
You can install any Honda b series hydraulic transmission to your car, like the integra gsr transmission, or the integra type r transmission
It doesn't have one.
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