Some other forums recommend a professional job using some sort of drain pump machine thingy. You get it at the dealer or online. For accurate results, wait about 60 seconds but no longer than 90 seconds before doing step 2. Just like the oil pan there is a drain bolt. That's part of the answer. Buy new crush washers, for proper seal.
It has special additives and, in my experience, works better. Remove the dipstick yellow loop from the transmission, and wipe it with a clean cloth. Start the engine, let it run until the radiator fan comes on, then shut off the engine. Remove the dipstick and check the fluid level. . There should also be a filler bolt above the drain bolt. The reason there is nothing mentioned in the owner's manual, is that changing manual transmission fluid is not a maintenance item.
When equipped with a manual transmission, the Honda Accord requires 4. You are looking at 4. Evidently you … have to pump the oil in one of the side holes, until oil just trickles out the second side hole. Also, it's recommended to repeat the process twice for a total of 3 times. Pull the tranny fluid dipstick out, and pour it down that tube with a funnel. When you get enough fluid in it will start to run out of the filler bolt hole, that's normal. When the fluid stops running out you can put the filler bolt back in.
Put the drain bolt back in and take the filler bolt out. Others: Fill… on the side of the trany the passanger side there are two square that look like they could unscrew. Once drained how much and what fluid do I need I had my manuals stolen and don't know th capacities? Insert the dipstick all the way into the transmission securely as shown in the illustration. Make sure the rubber cap on the dipstick fits in the dipstick guide and that you push the dipstick in all the way. This engine requires 7 qts. The 2010 Accord with the four-cylinder engine takes 4.
The five-speed B97A automatic transmission requires 8 qts. Park the vehicle on level ground. Sorry, but the manual won't help you, there is no manual transmission dipstick. For the B90A automatic transmission, 6. Alternate substitutes are 10W30 or 10W40 motor oil.
There are some manuals with a dipstick, but that is not the norm. If the level is below the lower mark, add fluid into the dipstick hole to bring it to the level between the upper and lower marks. If you can wiggle the hose in from the top you may need a pump to get the fluid back in. If you are not sure how to add fluid, contact your dealer. That would be all fine and dandy if there were a transmission fluid dipstick in the engine compartment of a 1999 Honda … Passport.
On long and steep gradients, you must reduce the load on the brakes by shifting early to a lower gear. I'm a do-it-yourselfer, but I think I'm going to have the shop do this one. Safest bet is to use the Honda stuff. Torque to 36 ft lbs. A Google search will give you many sites with detailed instructions on changing transmssion fluid. Tell me where it is. The use of any generic or so-called all purpose fluid will cause hard shifts and may damage this transmission.
For the B97A automatic transmission 8 qts. Many people just use motor oil for manuals, but some oils have additives that are not suit … able. Four-cylinder Honda Accords paired with manual transmissions require 4. Normally this would be checked when the clutch is replaced. When equipped with a six-cylinder engine, the 2010 Honda Accord requires 4. I believe that all crvs take the same grade. Do not mix with other transmission f luids.
Unscrew that bolt and drain the transmission fluid into a proper container. Oh and don't forget the car has to be level. Go to a Honda deale … r and purchase the correct fluid. Start the car and let it run for a few minutes. You can drive it around slowly and carefully for a little while, but may want to check the fluid level after your drive and refill if needed. Dealer, salvage yard, e-bay, Google Search. Honda recommends repeating this process 3 times to clean the engine.