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Where does the transmission fluid go in a 1992 honda accord lx st

By boy friend needs to know where to put thje transmission fluid in a 1992 honda accord lx standard.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    If it is an automatic, you take the dip stick out and use a long 
    tubed funnel. If you met standard transmision it goes into the top plug, on the side of the transmission. Why would he need to add any? 

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    5 speed standard transmission

  • Rob Washington
    Rob Washington Jun 10, 2016

    it is lower than the oil. you mite need to move a hose rite front



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In the same place that you check the fluid you will probably need a very small funnel

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