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There is transmission fluid spewing into the engine compartment of my 95 honda accord ex

Im not sure where it is coming from!!! there is somethimg on the firewall on the passenger side that "looks" broken to me, but I don't know what it is!!

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  • safefun4u Apr 18, 2014

    Hi Chris,

  • safefun4u Apr 18, 2014

    I need some more info to help you, first please check the level in your power steering reservoir and the fluid level in your transmission. I need to confirm its power steering fluid and not transmission fluid as they both have the same color when used for a while. Secondly can you possibly attach a picture of the part you feel is broken. I am not sure if you are associating this to your leak as you say your not sure where the leak is, or if you are asking a second unrelated question.

  • Sometime Mechanic Apr 19, 2014

    Without trans-fluid your car won' t move. So, is it the power steering fluid?

  • Chris White
    Chris White Apr 19, 2014

    i know my original post was vague....

  • Chris White
    Chris White Apr 19, 2014

    The leak seems to be near the device right next to the fuse box on the rear firewall, passenger side. the vehicle was moving, but became less and less responsive as more fluid was depleted.

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I'm sorry I can't think what would be near the fuse box spewing atf. Best bet is to clean it off the best you can, then get some white foot powder spray, to lightly cover the trans/cooler lines/etc, to try to pinpoint where the fluid is coming from. Also Is this a V6 or 4cyl?

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yes this engine is a interference engine. Make sure you did not bend the valves when it boke.

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SOURCE: where does the transmission fluid go in a 1992 honda accord lx st

in the same place that you check the fluid you will probably need a very small funnel

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SOURCE: 1996 Honda Accord need to change transmission fluid and filter...

What fluid are you changing? What engine?

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SOURCE: 2001 HONDA ACCORD CODE P0740 TRANSMISSION

Horsecrap...go to an independent transmission dealer after you call the extended warranty folks and complain!
I can count the number of Honda transmissions that go bad before 300,000 miles on one hand.
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SOURCE: my 2002 honda civic ex vtec sputters and chugs

This model car has a "permanent" Fuel filter/pump combination. It is not meant to be changed. The filter/pump combo is in the fuel tank and can be accessed from under the back seat. I am highly doubtful that the filter is the malfunction you are experiencing. When your vehicle has low power and runs rough rough at low RPM's and then starts misfiring at 3500 RPM, it sounds like your timing belt has stripped some cogs and is in the process of shredding. THIS IS AN ENGINE EMERGENCY!!! IF THE BELT FAILS COMPLETELY AT HIGH RPM IT WILL DESTROY YOUR ENGINE!!! Do not fool around with changing sensors until you have had this checked out. If your DTC is saying that the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor or TDC (Top Dead Center) sensor is bad, check the timing belt.

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