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Old 16 Apr 2008, 02:01 am
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Default 1997 Honda Civic Dx?

I was told to put regular motor oil 10w30 for transmission gear and when i lift up my car to locate a screw on the trasmission, and im having a hard time finding it. Can you help me point it out , with a picture would be nice. thanks
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Old 16 Apr 2008, 02:47 am
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don't use that use regular gear oil and go to schucks or napa and the service guy will show u where to put it. u shouldn't need that stuff very often though u may have another undelying problem
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