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There is a small pan between the oil and transmission pans and i dont know what it is on a 1995 honda passport

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Transmission most likely

Posted on May 31, 2010

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its a pain, and messy. have a drain pan there some rags. and gloves. if you want to change the filter you will have to drop the pan.

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