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Where is the transmission dipstick located on a 1988 Honda Accord EX?

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2006-04-02 22:29:12
2006-04-02 22:29:12

This is a fun one. Pop the hood. Okay, now you're facing the engine...you'll see there's a hose to your left coming out of the top of the radiator, look under that hose and you can see the transmission...the dipstick screws right into the transmission...make sure you're checking it with the engine OFF, and also be careful not to burn yourself on that radiator hose, it can get really hot. The dipstick is quite aways down and rather short.

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