On the auto transmission the dipstick is located on the firewall side of the upper transmission mount
Manual transmissions do not have a dipstick. Unless you are familiar with your cars transmission explaining how to check the fluid levels would be pointless. Invest in a repair manual if you want to save some money on maintaining/repairing your car yourself. If you have an automatic then I don't know that answer. Standing at the front of the car with the hood open, look at where you battery is located along the left side... Just lower and to the right is where the dipstick is located. Factory dipstick should be of an upside down J shape and covered with a yellow vinal paint-like substance.
in the trunk
..If it is stickshift it doesnot have a dipstick...AUTOMATIC HAS ONE RIGHT BELOW THE DIST....
Usually thru the dipstick hole!
if its a manual transmission you dont have one it has a plug you unscrew and look into if its an automatic its on the passenger side(the side with the transmission) it will have a yellow handle on it.
If it is an automatic transmission, you add transmission fluid with a long funnel through the dipstick opening.
right under your distributor down a little lower.
Internal diagram for a acura integra manual transmission
It's under the Air Intake Tubing, on top of the Transmission. (Look between the Battery and Throttle Body) I haven't had the stock Intake on my Integra for the past Five years, but with an Aftermarket Intake, I still find it to be easiest to pull the intake off to get to the Dipstick.
Should be located inside transmission pan.
A 1993 acura integra gsr transmission.. Wat kinda question is that?
It's located on the passenger side, towards the rear of the engine bay, down in there about 4 inches. Hard to see, but should have the handle of the dipstick painted yellow. Top of handle is formed into a loop. Use a flashlight to locate.
The" manual" trans axle check/fill plug is located on the passenger side of the trans axle. use a box end wrench to remove it.
The Acura 3.2 liter engine oil dipstick can be found on the left-hand side of the engine. The transmission dipstick can be found on the left-hand side of the transmission.
The speed sensor on a 1989 Acura Integra is located on the transmission. It is a small unit with a two-wire clip which connects to the main engine harness of the vehicle.
where is the flasher relay located 94 acura integra
The fan switch on a 1995 Acura Integra is located on the dashboard. It is a part of the temperature control system.
There is no filter in a manual tranny. if you have an automatic there is still no removable filter in it.
The 1997 Acura Integra takes from 4.2 to 4.4 quarts of oil depending on the engine. Check the dipstick to make sure the oil is not overfilled.
8lts i think
where is the ignition module located ina 2000 integra acura
on the engine
is this an automatic or manual. the manual tranny does not have a dipstick. most of the automatics also do not have a dipstick. if you have a dipstick, it will be easily noticeable on the front of the transmission. to check fluid levels on the non dip stick type. you remove the fill bolt on the transmission and stick your finger in it. if you feel fluid up to the level of that hole, it's full. you have to get under the car to find the fill bolt. it is usually above and behind where the cv axle is inserted in the tranny.
its all the way back by the windshield its an orange dipstick