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May 29, 2012 - Uploaded by Automatic Transmission Service Group
http://bit.ly/AutomaticTransmissionHondaCRV - A Honda vehical may come into your shop with ...
usually many brands, especially honda, has many other companies that make fluids that are the same or even better in some cases then oem brands. in other words, don't worry about it, if he's a good mechanic, he'll use the right type of fluid.
Has the Transmission fluid been changed every 30,000 with Honda ATF-Z1?
If some one has put in GM Dexron III in it instead, the transmission may not shift properly and it can damage the transmission over time.
Also if some Express/Quick Lub place has flushed your Honda Transmission Dexron III or any type of Flushing agents, it's probally going to have to be replaced. Google "flushing Honda transmission" or MSN under "Express lub Transmission flush Fraud". Those back flow flushers systems damage the internal valves of many modern transmissions, both import and domestic and have NEVER been recommended.
Suggest taking it by a Honda Dealership or a aftermarket Honda/Acura ASE Certified Shop.