Question about 2009 Honda CR-V
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should just go to Honda and purchase it from them. You can go up to the parts counter and either give them your year/make/model or your vin and they will give you exactly what fluid(its the same on all A/T honda's) and the correct amount need. They made the car, they know best.
Posted on May 07, 2009
ourhowse, you may know cars, but you DON'T know the CRV. Both the automatic and manual transmission have drain plugs basically like the oil pan. Look at several of the online videos.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
If you have an automatic transmission, locate and check the transmission fluid dipstick to ensure you have enough fluid.
If manual transmission, usually you can only check it by unscrewing a bolt. (the fluid lasts a long time and shouldn't leak -look for fluid on the bottom of the transmission or under the car..)
I have not worked on these, so I am just guessing.
The noise could also be not in the transmission perhaps..
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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