Question about 2000 Honda Passport
Where do you check the transmission fluid to know if you need to add more where exactly is the stick under the bottom
It is possible to check and fill it yourself, its just a pain in the **** and it's all one set of steps. Underneath the vehicle on the bottom of the transmission pan there are two bolts the one that is closest to the ground is the drain bolt. The other is the overfill bolt. Take out the overfill bolt. With a syringe put trans. fluid in until it starts to drip out. Then start the passport and let it get to temperature. (A few minutes) then slowly add more until it starts to drip out again. Put the bolt back in and you're golden.
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Transmission is sealed and the fluid level has to be checked by a technincian since it has to be checked on the transmission itself. There is no fluid stick.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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