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I need a replacement fill plug for transmission fluid. (1991 Honda Civic DX 3 door manual transmission) Where can I find one?

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  • betstur Jul 10, 2010

    Honda no longer makes the part. The part is not available even from Honda dealers. I have already tried all the obvious solutions.

  • betstur Jul 10, 2010

    That does sound like a possible solution, if I can find somebody who can do it, and if that person does a good job.

  • betstur Jul 10, 2010

    What is a car breaker?

  • betstur Jul 10, 2010

    Thanks. I'll look for a carbreaker.

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Check hondas web site for dealers near you

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  • kenbudd44 Jul 10, 2010

    onlything is if you know somevwith a laithe who could turn you up one given the dia and type and pitch of thread

  • kenbudd44 Jul 10, 2010

    try any car breakers near you, may find a usuasable one

  • kenbudd44 Jul 10, 2010

    carbreaker means=a big yard where old and broken down cars are stripped of all usable bits to keep other cars of the make on the road with the second hand,spares at a lower price than new bits

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Where is the location on a 1994 honda civic ex that i would fill the manual transmission with gear oil?


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Manual transmissions have a fill plug and a drain plug on the side of the transmission. The fill plug is a little above the drain plug. Pull the fill plug and fill the transmission until the transmission fluid just barely seeps out and re-plug the transmission. That is the proper way to fill it. You will need a long stem funnel to give you the room you need to fill it. Your transmission requires a 10W30 weight motor oil, just like your engine. If you have a little time and 3 or 4 quarts of oil laying around you can pull the fill plug first and THEN the drain plug and let all the oil drain out. Then plug the transmission and re-fill it with fresh oil and this is a transmission flush for your transmission. You just saved $70 shop charge doing this. I say pull the fill plug first and THEN the drain plug because the last thing you want to do is pull the drain plug first and then find out the fill plug has welded itself and won't come out and now you can't fill the transmission. Fill plug first always.
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My gears are not shift


You will need to check the automatic transmission fluid level to make sure it is full. Allow the engine to get warm and then open the hood and pull the transmission dipstick out. Wipe it off with a rag and then stick it back into the fill hole. Verify that your fluid level is up to the line. If it is low, add Honda ATF fluid to bring the level up. If your car is a manual transmission, you will need to get underneath the car and then open up the metal plug. Use a large ratchet with a breaker bar and remove the plug. Grab some gear oil with a handpump attached and then pump new fluid into the hole until it starts to run out. After it starts to run out, quickly seal up the hole and retighten your plug. The shift control solenoid externally mounted on the transmission can also fail and cause your Civic to not shift. Replacing the shift solenoid and flushing the transmission with genuine Honda automatic transmission fluid may eliminate this problem. A broken internal spring can cause the same issue. If the shift control solenoid does not repair the problem, the transmission may need to be replaced.

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