No Transmissions are usually car specific. You cant take a longer trans, and throw it on a smaller car... It would depend on what motor you have on the crx and what motor the prelude tranny came off from. I believe the 5 speed manual transmission on the prelude will mate up to both the 1.8L and 2.0L Prelude engine. So if your crx has either of those engines then you should be good to go.
YES only the CRX DX was available with Automatic Transmission
no. different motor series. but the motor and transmission is
If its a 89 Honda CRX si wih manual transmission, use genuine Honda MTF. You can purchase it at any Honda or Acura dealer near you.
Honda Owners manual for civics, accords, integras, etc- 10w30 conventional oil.
under battery on trans if it's a manual trans, there isn't one.
with your hand
To fill the transmission on the Honda CRX, first use a 19 mm wrench to remove the fill plug on the side of the transmission. Then, fill the reservoir at the side of the transmission.
There 's none.
All CRX Si came with manual transmissions.
== == 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.
L3 si tranny is best
For a manual transmission, just plain ol' motor oil; shop manual says SAE 10W-30 or 10W-40 oil rated SE or SF...