For an automatic transmission - facing car, plug is located on left side of transmission near bottom, middle. The plug is round on the outside and has a square whole on the inside. You do not use a wrench to remove the plug but you have to use a 3,8s ratchet to remove it (the part of the ratchet were you would put a socket fits into the square hole). Be sure to replace the plug washer with a new one to avoid leaks.
there is no actual plug you must take off the bottom of the transmission pan. Also it is a good idea to change the gasket when doing so. Take out one bolt at a time starting with the narrow side and work your way across slowly letting it drain. And when putting the bolts back in be sure not to strip them or to tighten to much as it will damage the gasket. This process should take about 30-45 min.
94 civic transmission fluid drain
On a 1998 Honda Civic there is a transmission drain bolt located on the bottom of the housing. Loosen the bolt and drain all of the old fluid. Using Honda ATF fluid top off the transmission.
Have to drop transmission oil pan
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.
best transmission fluid 1991 Honda civic lx
How do I check the transmission fluid on a 1983 Honda Civic 1500DX
Yea the Transmission Fluid is called special Honda civic stuff fluid thingy
Should be a drain plug at the bottom of transmission and a fill plug at the side
Honda manual transmission fluid, from the dealer.
what kind of transmission fluid does a 5 speed manual honda civic take?
2.9 after drain, 6.2 total capacity
Yes...just drain and refill a couple of times till the fluid is bright red again !
On a drain and refill about 3 quarts, if the transmissions completely empty of fluid 6.3 quarts.
A 2007 Honda Civic Coupe will hold approximately 3 quarts of transmission fluid. The transmission fluid can be purchased at any auto parts store.
From what i have read the transmission fluid filter is inside of Honda trannys. You have to take apart the thing to get at it!
The Honda automatic transmission is filled through the transmission dipstick hole.
Transmission fluid (Civic CVT manual every 50,000mls,Transmission fluid (A/T or ?/T) auto every 30,000mls
The automatic transmission will have a dip stick location on a 1982 Honda Civic. Pull the dip stick to see the color and texture of the fluid.
You should use only Honda genuine transmission fluid. You can get a gallon of it at your local Honda dealer and change it yourself.
"Honda Genuine" transmission fluid is the correct fluid type. Specifically use this type or it will cause damage.
Honda Atf Z-1
A 1993 Honda Civic automatic transmission holds 2.9 quarts of fluid. The factory recommendation is Honda Genuine ATF-Z1 automatic transmission fluid. An alternative is a DEXRON II (now replaced by DEXRON III).
Undo the fill plug with whatever sized socket/wrench needed then undo the drain plug with a 3/8" ratchet and drain the old fluid into a container. Retighten the drain plug and refill the transmission with Honda Manual Transmission Fluid or 10w30 motor oil. You will need a way to squirt the oil through the fill hole. Retighten the fill hole and you are set.
The recommended transmission fluid for a 1996 Civic is Dexron II or IID transmission fluid. Do not use Mercon fluid as it has a different formulation and may cause harm to the transmission.
Use only genuine Honda ATF DW1 automatic transmission fluid and nothing else.