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SAE 5W-30 only for the Engine It doesnt matter if its Synthetic or not..Hondas are well engineered to deal with "Normal" oil same with Fuel...87 Octane is fine..higher Octane is just a waste of money...Fancy engine oil would also be a waste of money...as for trans fluid or steering/brake fluid etc...Buy them at a Honda Dealership. they use a sightly different formula than the aftermarket counterparts. and allows for you car parts to last alot longer. Engine oil is the only exception to this.. Hope this helps.

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