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Take to transmission shop or instant oil change its actually cheaper and they have the needed tools.

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Merc V is correct, i would recomend motocraft, but castrol should be just fine. i would check to see that you didn't double gasket the filter, some times they can be a pai to get out.

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if you choose to do it at home all you can drain out is about 40%. A shop machine will replace 100%. Just keep that in mind if you really want to preserve the trans since these transmissions are prone to high rate of failures. Number 1 reason trans fail is do to bad fluid.

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Was told my po700 control code said the trans slipped. Suggested fluid change. Had the fluid changed 20K ago. Any suggestions


P0700 actually is defined as: "Trans Control Sys Malfunction" which is pretty general.
There may be very specific conditions to check fluid level so check your owner's manual but it may have been either over- or under-filled.
Way too many 'service' operations don't really care.
many moons ago, someone who had spent a lifetime dealing with automatics recommended NEVER changing fluids since this offers the best chance to contaminate an otherwise sterile environment. The only exception was if the fluid smelled burned or was much discolored and either of those generally points to a more serious problem than incorrect level.

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Can i change the transmission fluid? if so, where, how, and how much fluid?


This is for auto trans fluid change only....

1Rise the front end of the car and pull E-brake. (Please use a car stand to hold car up )

2.Remove trans drain plug let fluid drain out into a oil pan.
k42282_27.jpg 3.Once fluid has finish draining out, reinstall drain plug and lower the car down.
4. Remove the dipstick (yellow loop) from the transmission located on top and in the back of trans. You might have use a flashlight to see it. Dipstick is hard to see if this is the fist time you're looking for it.
5. use a funnel and add 3.1qt of ATF fluids.(auto trans fluids only)
6. Insert the dipstick into the transmission and you're done.
7.Go racing :)


good luck.




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08 civic makes loud rumbling noise while cold and in park since having trans flushed and refilled. Any ideas? Could wrong fluid been put in????????? Thanks


Never have a trans flushed. Unless it was at a dealer, the wrong fluid was most likely put in, Unless you saw them put HONDA ATF-Z1 fluid in. Check the fluid with the engine off.

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How to determine honda civic 2000 hatchback ATF automatic transmission fluid type?


Best way is look in your Srevice Manual that came with your car, it list all fluid types for you auto. .Walk right into the local Auto perts shop and say" Ineed to purchase some trans fluid for my 2000 Honda Civic what kind should I get and he can look it up for you. Call the local Honda dealers parts department. They will know for sure! lots of luck. If you find this helpful please leave a good rating Thanks, Jack

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3,3 engine,changing side pan on trans what is trans fluid cap. 2000 dodge grand caravan.changing out trans fluid what is capacity of trans


if you choose to do it at home all you can drain out is about 40%. A shop machine will replace 100%. Just keep that in mind if you really want to preserve the trans since these transmissions are prone to high rate of failures. Number 1 reason trans fail is do to bad fluid.

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Transmission not pulling very well, fluid ok was


Honda Civic 01 has a defetive torque converter that prematurely fails. Same issue with the Odyssey 03 to 05. (The difference is Odyssey got a recall whereas the Civic did not). When it does, debris gets into the transmisson thereby clogging the filter and sometimes ruins the gears. There is no drop pans for this type of transmission and the filter is located inside the transmission housing itself which renders it to be serviceable by transmission shops ONLY. Most often, when the torque converter fails, the entire transmission will need to be overhauled or replaced. A cost that could run from $850 for a rebuilt to $2000 for an OEM. The best cost effective way to remedy this siuation is to replace the torque converter before the mileage reaches to 100K. A rebuilt one only cost $120 or $700 for an OEM with labor ranging around $350. Far cheaper than a transmission replacement. If your Civic 01 is still running and it is beyond 100K, run fast to a transmission shop and replace the torque converter immediately. If the transmission is already starting to slip, replace the torque conventer and flush the transmission and pray that the tranny was not significantly damaged by the debri. Remember, the recommended trans fluid change for Civic is 120K / 6 yrs or 30K / 6 months if driving in severe conditions.

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Automatic trans shudder on take off on a 2000 Honda Civic


The first check is your transmission fluid- The dipstick is located (or should be) just behind your motor. Refill it through the dipstick to the full level. Also, you can change the filter located inside the transmission pan. Taking this off, however, will drain ALL of the fluid from the transmission.

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How often we should change power steering fluid on 2000 honda civic sedan


Unless you have a problem where air is induced into the system or something breaks and the fluid becomes dirty, you can top it off occasionally if it needs it, but I would never change it out completely failing one of the above described situations.

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It sounds like the plant and sun gears are starting to wear that could be your problem. An transmission expert will probably have to look at the trany.

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