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Transmission fluid Can you flush out a Honda transmission?

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Automatic? You should run to operating temp., drain fluid, refill. Is there anything else going on w/ your Honda that would be a reason to flush the tranny? What year and engine? countrycurt0

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Have a 2006 Honda Accord auto. What is the difference between and transmission flush or just topping it with fluid. What are the advantages and disadvantages?


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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.

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