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To change the transmission oil drop the transmission bottom pan, replace the filter and then reinstall the pan, torque the bolts to 12 foot pounds (tighten in an "X" pattern) and then refill transmission with 2 quarts of fluid and check level, continue to add until fluid just touches the end of the dipstick then run the engine until fluid is hot to the touch, this takes about 30 minutes at high idle, then and only then top off the transmission fluid to marks ion the dipstick.
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Honda's are drain and refill only.The filter is internal inside the transmission and can only be accessed during an overhaul.On the bottom of the transmission case is a drain plug that is gold in color.It is removed using a 3/8" ratchet,or extension with a ratchet atached.There is also an aluminum washer that must be kept track of and reinstalled with the drain plug or a leak will occur.After draining the trans,and reinstalling the drain plug,Honda genuine automatic transmission fluid,or an equivalent with a highly fricition modified additive must be used,or harsh shifting can occur.I would install about 3 quarts after draining,and start checking the level at this point.The fluid level is checked with the engine OFF,on level ground.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: transmission chevy 2005
I had the same problem, but it can be changed. I had to go to a Valvoline that had a special machince to change it out. Saved a lot of money. Dealership cost $199.99 / Valvoline cost $115.99 (before tax). Just call around some place has a michine that can do it.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Was this a preexisting problem if not verify that the trani fluid type was correct. It should have been dexron or Dexron 2 fluid(not mercon products) check the fluid level over filling can be just as bad as underfilling)
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
Their is a power and normal drive in trooper's power for pulling a trailer and normal for normal driving. The power drive only changes gear at higher R.P.M. Their is a switch on the plastic cover under the handbrake with p & n their is a light in the dash as well. If you are not aware of this switch then just needs switching over if you are aware of it then its probably the fuse to activate it or a wiring problem with it, Cheers
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Testimonial: "I know the switch. But nothing changes when I switch back and forth. No light on the dashboard either. I don't know if it is in normal or power."
Most vehicles do not have a transmission drain plug. You must remove the bottom pan from your transmission to drain the fluid and change the filter. Remember to replace the pan gasket when you do this, if a new gasket doesn't come with your new filter.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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