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Should be in between driver and passenger seat behind the center console. Just pull back the carpet by the center console and firewall. 3 10 mm bolts hold it down. Harnesses should connect on the right. It is in a silver box.
The drain plug is on the right side of the automatic transmissions towards the front. You will get 2 to 3 quarts out and need to get Honda approved fluid (which is really Dextron I). It is $8 a quart at the dealer and the Castrol version is half the cost.
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The ignition switch contacts wear out on these and cause this as well. do you have an add-on alarm? have you tried locking and unlocking both doors using the key to reset the factory alarm?
Sounds to me like someone wants you to get rid of the car because of the milage thats on it, that is alot of miles, but a new clutch is not goin to wear down the engine, someone is just afraid its not going to stop with just a clutch that its going to nickel and dime you to death. what you got to understand is someone is looking out for your best intrest, you got to weigh out what you want to do spend the money for a new clutch, or put that money towards a newer car, its not sentimental any more its economics.
No that is not likely, if the VSS was doing this the transmission would not shift correctly, I am sure the issue is with the speedometer head, they can be repaired, you don't have to buy a new one, get the phone number of an authorized repair station form your local dealer.