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Auto transmission(gear box)

Do i have to use original fluid(genuine) if i go for maintanance..or can i use any other fluid?

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2006 Honda Accord Euro, has a whiring noise at 20 kilometers and I have checked the front wheel bearings and the differential bearings but the noise is still there when the vehicle is hot or cold.
Have you any idea what the problem maybe.

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The type of transmission fluid used in todays cars varies and must meet certain specifications.
The owners manual will tell you what type and what specifications the fluid has to meet. If you are still unsure go to a NAPA or other aftermarket parts store and take the owners manual with you.'
Hope this helps!

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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