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Old 27 Jun 2006, 05:03 pm
johnin
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Default Re: Resonable Price for a Manual Transmission Fluid change


Elle wrote
> IMO, manual transmission fluid changes are easier tha
> engine oil changes. For one thing, there's no filter t
> replace


> The shop removes an easily accessed drain plug and fille
> plug; drains a little under two (for my 91 Civic, anyway
> quarts of fluid; reinstalls the drain plug with a ne
> washer; fills through the filler hole without about tw
> quarts of new fluid; reinstalls the filler plug with a ne
> washer


> So your dealer should charge the local going rate for an oi
> change, IMO


> If you have a private shop do it, you can provide the tw
> washers and fluid and should sleep well


> From a lot of reading, I do strongly recommend paying th
> extra bucks for the genuine Honda manual transmission fluid
> Shifting will be better, according to reports, whic
> generally translates to less wear on parts


Thanks.

One last question..I see in my FSM that it takes 1.9 U.S. quarts for
oil change..The fill/drain plugs look parallel to the grou

I'm going to ask a stupid question..How to get the oil from the jug t
the filler plug ?

Long hose and a funnel ? Turkey Baster ? Something else

Thanks
loosen the 2 bolts found on the side of the transmission as illistrated
http://media.honda.co.uk/car/owner/m...l/pdf/13-3.pdf
and refill it using a long hose and funnel pour in just under 2 bottles of 10w3
synthetic motor oil wont quite take 2 bottles but keep pouring it in until you se
it draining out put back the top bolt tighten it up and for just under $20.00 you
done! with the rest of the $$ you saved take your buddy out for a drink =

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Old 28 Jun 2006, 08:59 am
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Default Re: Resonable Price for a Manual Transmission Fluid change

"johnin" <johnin.2a3kv7@no-mx.carstalk.net> wrote
> loosen the 2 bolts found on the side of the transmission
> as illistrated
> http://media.honda.co.uk/car/owner/m...l/pdf/13-3.pdf
> and refill it using a long hose and funnel pour in just
> under 2 bottles of 10w30
> synthetic motor oil


Synthetic? Motor oil?

Honda encourages using its own genuine Honda MTF. Reports
here are that shifting is easier with it.

Your posts are hard to follow. Can't you adjust your
software settings to indicate what someone else wrote and
where your response begins?


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