Propping the hood of a 1989 Honda Accord will allow driver to see the whole engine bay. The transmission is on the left and sticking upwards from it's housing will be the dipstick.
A 1989 Honda Civic did not make use of a transmission fluid dipstick. Instead there are two bolts available. A filler bolt and a drain bolt.
there is a long neck funnel especially for servicing the tranny fluid. stick in the dipstick tube and pour the fluid from there, with the funnel.
If it is an A/T it is located near the engine on the front side of the transmission. If it is a manual it has no dipstick. It must be put on a rack and the fluid level checked on the upper side of the tranny.
Through where the transmission dip stick tube.
At the dipstick. It is down in between the radiator and the engine.
A 1989 Honda Accord has a timing belt.
The "dipstick" is similar to those found on a lawn mower...attached inside a screw cap located at the bottom of the engine near the battery.
They do if it is an automatic transmission. The Prelude (except Si) has the same manual transmission as well. The Prelude Si has a slightly different manual transmission, but it will still fit into a 1986-1989 Accord.