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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's located on the right front (as u sit in the car) transaxle housing, which will be below or nearly below the battery. There are 2 types of trans. dipsticks, one is a screw in type, to check the fluid, the car should be at normal operating temperature, and the engine OFF. The screw in type dipstick should be pulled out, wipe off w/ clean rag, re-insert, but DO NOT tighten. Pull up, and check level. If u tighten the dipstick to check the level u will get a false reading, you must only push "til it makes contact. When finished, tighten by hand only, don't use a wrench.
The other type is just a push in dipstick, located in the same area, it just doesn't have any threads to tighten. Make sure it is fully inserted to check, and when done. countrycurt0
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
Replace the transmission and sell it...These vues 2003 and 2004 with the varitrack trannies were junk you may be eligible for a class action lawsuit if you live in a state where they have filled it.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: 1988 honda prelude S
No quick fixes, once it slip the transmission is pretty well done due to damage to the clutch packs, pull the pan and see how much debris is in there, if it is allot then an overhaul is needed, I would suggest that all the shift solenoids be replaced during the fix, also make sure th connector to the tran is in good condition, no loose pins or damaged connector locks.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
SOURCE: 1988 honda prelude
so there is a drain plug.....think i should drain it .I put some wynnns trans med,did,nt do nothing for awhile ...now it seems to well not slip,and well tonite i blew away a sunfire 2.5 and she held not bad for 275 kms and 20 years old!Maybe drain it all ,add new fluid and some more trans med
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
i would check the transaxle fluid first, if it is fine, I would then take it and change the fluid and filter. if this does not correct it, quite possibly the transaxle is faulty, sorry, I hope that the fluid corrects it for you, thanks
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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