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Where is the filler tube for transmission on the honda passport 97

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There are 2 drain plugs in the transmission oil pan. one is higher than the other one. you have to have it running in park, take the upper plug out, fill the trans up with a small hand pump through that hole untill it the trans fluid out that hole. . if you drained the trans already you can top it off before starting. keep it in park with the parking brake on so you dont run your self over. it would be ok to run it through the gears once its full and see if you need to top it off again.
its a pain, and messy. have a drain pan there some rags. and gloves.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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