yes, as long as the 1992 accord is also an automatic
Yes, that is possible. But you would need a donor car in order to have all the parts necessary. Otherwise the cost of doing this would be astronomical. My advice is to sell the Honda with an automatic transmission and buy a Honda with a manual transmission.
The transmission may need a flush and filter, or in my 92 accord I solved the problem merely by changing the transmissions computer.
probably more than the car was bought for, unless u get the parts and do it yourself.
Honda Automatic transmissions use an internal filter that is designed for the life of the transmission. It is extremely rare that one would have to be changed. Also do not do a power flush on a Honda transmission as it will ruin the internal seals.
On a manual transmission it takes 10w30 motor oil I know it sounds strange but that's what it is. The above answer is correct for the manual transmission and I would recommend you use Synthetic SAE 10w30 oil. But, use only genuine Honda ATF-Z1 automatic transmission fluid in your Accord with A/T. Do not use any substitute or universal fluid or you will experience shifting problems.
Honda recommends changing it at 100,000 miles. I personally recommend you change it every 75,000 miles. The 2003 Honda Accord had problems with the transmission so I would recommend this as a preventative measure.
To keep the transmission fluid cool. Without one it would overheat.
1988 accord will not go into 5 gear
well if everything matched up I have a 95 accord ex I want to change from automatic to manual we could swap trannies. Carlsei@msn.com
Computer has detected a problem with the transmission.
I don't believe ther is one on this transmission, just the fluid gets changed. If there is a filter, it would be replaced if transmission is overhauled.
It is a sign that your transmission is about to go out, unless you have all the tools i would suggest shop time.