Honda originally specified Dexron II for that transmission. Dexron II no longer exists, as it was later superceded by Dexron III. So, use Dexron III. You will frequently see bottles of ATF that say "Dexron III/Mercon" or "Dex/Merc" for short. That's the stuff to use.
No it will not interchange. You need an Accord transmission from a 1990-1993.
yes, as long as the 1992 accord is also an automatic
No, they have different motors, so the tranny's will not interchange.
There are two plugs on an Accord transmission. The top one is for fill, the bottom for drain. Take out the top one and stick your little finger in the hole. If the fluid comes up to the bottom of the hole, it's good.
it may b the transmission sensor
"What is the valve clearance on 1992 Honda accord?"
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.
You should change it every 75,000 miles.
LOOSE OR CORRODED ELECTRICAL CONNECTION?
Engine and transmission. Raise the hood and look see.
Remove the transmission pan on the bottom of the transmission. The filter is mounted to the valve body of the transmission.