Question about 1999 Honda Passport
My car has a very bad jump to it, when im at a stop and step on the gas the rpm's go up but it doesnt move and eventually it will jump into movement we think it might be transmission fluid.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the one year Honda/Izuzu did not put a fill tube in the engine compartment for the automatic transmission. They thought it would prevent contamination of the fluids. The fill plug is on the top front of the transmission. It requires a small pump to lift the fluid up and into the hole.
WARNING: Do not remove the plug until you complete the following.
To add fluid the vehicle must be completley level, and it helps to have it elevated so you can get under it. The best method is a hoist/lift in a dealership, but I was able to use some heavy jack stands.
The engine must be running and the fluids warm and the gearshift in drive. Be sure to set all of the brakes and use caution.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
There is a metal fitting bolt close to the bottom of the transmission. You can unscrew that out and if transmission fluid comes out it's good. If this doesn't occur you'll have to get a pump and pump transmission fluid in it. This is the easiest with a lift of course. Don't you hate stupid Japanese ideas. Good luck man
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: 99 honda passport
The problem is most certainly the fuel level sending unit - not the fuel pump. However the mechanic was right in a sense that if you're going to pay the labor cost to drain and purge the gas tank to replace the sending unit you might as well replace the pump at the same time, since you have to take it off to get to the real problem.
Use your odometer.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
If you are looking to add transmission fluid you will need to first purchase a fluid pump at your local car repair store. Most run between $10 and 25$. For best results, run your car for a few minutes to bring the fluids to operating temperatures before attempting to add fluid. Be careful of hot surfaces and liquids.
Remove the top most bolt on the automatic transmission fluid pan (most use a 3/4 inch socket). Using the fluid pump, slowly add transmission fluid until it starts to drip out. Replace the bolt. Take care not to over tighten the bolt.
If you want to be thorough, start your car and while your foot is on the brake, run your transmission through the gears slowly. Turn off your car. Remove the fill bolt and check the fluid level again.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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