I have an '01 CRV as well. If yours is an automatic there is no place to add Transmission Fluid. There is only a dipstick and I do not recommend adding it thru there. I took mine to a shop and had the transmission flushed and refilled at around 80,000 miles, even though Honda says you can wait until around 100,000 miles. I would have attempted to do the flush and fill myself, but there is no drain plug either. The shop has a vaccum type of an instrument that sucks out the fluid and any deposits. There is no filter for the trans either. It should only run about $70-80 to have done.
THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ON A 97-01 HONDA CR-V CAN BE DRAINED VERY EASILY BY GOING BEHIND THE RIGHT FRONT WHEEL AND REMOVING THE PLASTIC SHIELD AND YOU WILL SEE A PLUG THE CAN BE REMOVED BY USING A STANDARD 3/8 DRIVE RACHET. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A LARGE ENOUGH DRAIN PAN YOU WILL BE DRAINING OUT APPROX. 3 QUARTS OF FLUID. AFTER IT HAS BEEN DRAINED TAKE THE DRAIN PLUG AND MAKE SURE TO CLEAN THE END OF THE PLUG THERE WILL BE SLUDGE ON THE END OF THE PLUG THIS MUST BE CLEANED OFF. THEN INSTALL THE PLUG THE SAME WAY YOU REMOVED IT ( DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE PLUG ) WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED GO UNDER THE HOOD AND YOU WILL NEED A 10 MM SOCKET TO REMOVE THE 2 BOLT THAT SECURE THE BACK OF THE AIR BOX AND PULL OFF THE AIR INTAKE HOSE THESE TO THING ARE VERY SIMPLE TO DO. AFTER THE BOLTS ARE REMOVED AND THE AIR HOSE IS PULLED OFF GRAB THE AIR BOX AND WIGGLE IT WHILE PUSHING TOWARDS THE BATTERY AREA AND THE AIR BOX WILL POP OUT OF THE FRONT MOUNT. NOW REMOVE THE AIR BOX FROM UNDER THE HOOD AND SET IT ASIDE YOU WILL SEE A DIPSTICK WITH A YELLOW COLORED HANDLE ON TOP, THIS IS THE FILL AREA FOR THE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID. YOU WILL NEED A FUNNEL WITH A LONG SPOUT. DO NOT PUT ANYTHING OTHER THAN HONDA CVT-F TYPE FLUID IN THIS VEHICLE IT HAS A GRADE LOGIC CONTROLED TRANSMISSION AND THIS IS CONTROLLED BY THE OPERATING TEMP. OF THE FLUID IN THE TRANS SO YOU SHOULD USED THE CORRECT HONDA FLUIDS TO AVOID ANY PROBLEMS WITH HOW THE VEHICLE SHIFTS. YOU WILL NEED 3 QUARTS OF THE HONDA FLUID SIMPLY FILL THE TRANS. PUT THE DIP STICK BACK IN THE HOLE ( MAKE SURE IT IS CLEAN AND PUSHED ALL THE WAY IN ) PUT THE AIR BOX BACK IN AND THE PLASTIC SIDE COVER BEHIND THE WHEEL AND YOU ARE FINISHED. HONDA RECOMMENDS THIS TO BE PERFORMED AT AROUND 90,000 MILES SAME AS THE REAR DUAL PUMP FLUID AND THE TIMING BELT. THE BEST ADVICE I CAN EVER GIVE YOU IS TO NEVER FLUSH YOUR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. THIS FORCES LOOSE PARTICLES IN THE TRANSMISSION THAT MAY NOT DRAIN COMPLETLY AND CAUSE PROBLEMS IN THE FUTURE JUST CHANGE THE FLUID AND YOU WILL BE FINE. HONDA MECH.
Not much to add, just that the front edge of the air filter box actually needs to be lifted up with some force to get it off the front mount. I do appreciate the detail from HONDA MECH... awesome instructions and helped me tremendously... everything just as he said.
Transmission fluid ATF DW1 use 7.43 litres of transmission fluid
in the engine in the engine in the engine
Use only genuine Honda ATF DW1 and nothing else. Use some other fluid and your transmission may not shift properly.
Did you use genuine Honda ATF DW-1 transmission fluid. If not then that is the problem. Drain the fluid and use the correct fluid.
Only an internal screen which can be accessed by dropping the trans fluid pan.
How do you change the differential (rear) in 2005 Honda CRV
Yes it is a belt, and the Honda engine is an "interference" engine. Factory recommendation for replacement is at 105,000 miles.
The windshield wiper fluid pump on a Honda CRV is found on the drivers side. It is located underneath the wheel well.
Gpla gppa or mkza are specific codes used when speaking or referring to a Honda crv transmission. Individually they are case codes used when ordering parts for a Honda.
The Transmission dipstick for a 1999 Honda CRV is located under the hood of the car. It is just below the air intake, and usually has a yellow or red cap.
For AUTOMATIC transmission the manual recommends genuine Honda ATF (naturally), but the 'Haynes Repair Manual' states that Dexron III, is a satisfactory alternative.
== == 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.
2001 Honda CR-V DOES NOT have an EGR valve!
They are located internally in the transmission itself.
would a 2004, 2005, Honda crv rear end differential fit Honda 2007 crv.
There is a screen in the transmission fluid sump but no filter.
You should use the Dexron II D for automatic transmissions. You should put 2.9 liters in at a time for optimal use.
I want to replace the co2 sensor in my crv myself is it something I can do?
There is a bolt on the bottom of the transmission it's on the drivers side towards the front of the car. i know there is a video on you tube for the 2003 Honda crv it's in the same spot as the 2005 and they show you step by step on there good luck.
Your 2001 Honda CRV holds 58 liters or 15.3 US gallons of fuel.
Automatic: Honda Premium ATF or DEXRON Type III.Manual: Honda Manual Transmission Fluid (MTF) or SAE 10W-30 engine oil.Rear Differential (if equipped with AWD): Honda CVT fluid
Directly behind the battery. Yellow round handle.
The 2007 Honda CRV has a 2.4 Liter 4 cycle engine with automatic transmission. The vehicle is rated at 20 miles per gallon for city driving and 27 miles per gallon for highway driving.
Anyone have problems with 2001 crv idleing and the ac compressor rapidly kicking in and out?