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Old 24 Aug 2005, 01:37 am
garcia
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Default 93 Honda Accord

I have a 93 honda accord wiht 150,00 miles, the transmission fluid was
changed once before and I was wondering if a transmission flush should be
done or just change the fluid. I remember hearing that if you never
flushed your transmission and you do after so many miles you later have
transmisson problems. And I recently say a sign for an engine flush, how
is that different from a normal oil change. And should I get an engine
flush? Thank you

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Old 24 Aug 2005, 09:12 am
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garcia wrote:
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> I have a 93 honda accord wiht 150,00 miles, the transmission fluid was
> changed once before and I was wondering if a transmission flush should be
> done or just change the fluid. I remember hearing that if you never
> flushed your transmission and you do after so many miles you later have
> transmisson problems. And I recently say a sign for an engine flush, how
> is that different from a normal oil change. And should I get an engine
> flush? Thank you



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First off, the places that do engine flushes don't have Honda Z1 tranny
fluid on hand. You need to drain and refill your tranny, drive it around
for a day or more, and then do it again. Don't put anything but Honda Z1
in there. The second time you drain it, you'll see how much more metalic
stuff is on the magnetic drain plug. Interesting. You should be changing
the tranny fluid based on TIME, as well as mileage. Moisture and crud
accumulate. It's easier than an oil change, no special tools required.

'Curly'
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