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You sure its the transmission? Wheezing sound is usually the catylitic converter becoming plugged. Also...at 3-5K rpm you are not idling, you are reving the engine...(in that case, trans may be slipping or flairing between shifts, unless the unit is staying in one gear and just delaying shift till you reach that rpm. actual shift point should be close to 2,000rpm) I'd check the cat first.
I have good news and bad news.....good news acura does not use a common trans pan.the transaxle does have a brass filtering element inside the trans between the cases and acura never recommends replacement untill the trans is overhauled .bad news you propably did some unecessary work so far.just remove the drain bolt on the side of the case and refill at the dip stick approx 3 qts,check your handbook for EXACT fluid and amount. DB
I do hope your referring to the vehicle 1992 Legend and not your own Head. Acura Legends are V6 equipped motors there would 2 "heads" I'm assuming the water is present when the oil filler cap is removed This is a serious indication of which I recommend having your Legend inspected (Dealer service or Qualified repair shop) for any damage or needed repairs.