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99 passport 4x4 tranny question

Where is the dip stick for the auto transmission on a 99 passport 4x4
Are the front bearings need grease packing or are they sealed and how to remove them ??

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    instruction to take bearings and seals off rear axle of 1997 hond passport 2wheel drive

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There is not a dipstick for the automatic transmission on the 1999 Honda Passport. There are two plugs on the bottom of the transmission - the lowest one is the drain plug and the one located higher is the overfill plug. You should have a fluid temperature gauge as it is recommended that the temperature be between 90* F and 135* F when checking fluid level. (I believe you can order from dealer - I have also heard that running the engine for 10-15 min will put you near the proper temperature - to be certain, the temperature gauge is the right way to do it.) Run engine for a few minutes to reach optimum temperature. The vehicle must be on level ground and at idle to properly check fluid level. With proper temperature reached - and engine running at idle - set parking brake - remove the fill plug and add fluid with a syringe or small pump until it just starts to run out of the opening. Do not open the overfill screw with the engine stopped. Replace the fill plug and shift through gears - then remove and repeat one time to achieve proper level.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

  • adriick Jan 20, 2009

    I should have made it clearer that the overfill plug - the higher one is the one that you will be removing and adding fluid to. The drain plug should be left alone.

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