Question about 2002 Honda Passport
The transmission fluid dipstick is under the hood,probably back within a foot of the firewall.To check it,you run your car for about 10 minutes,leave it running,then pull the dipstick out,wipe it off,and put it back in and out to get a good level.I usually do it a few more times just to make sure.But,guess what.All this technology and yet you have to also fill it up through that same tiny tube.If you have a steady hand,it shouldn't be too messy though.You may want to buy a funnel though for future possiblities.If you have to buy some fluid,just in case you do not know,you need to read the back of the tranny fluid containers for your make car.I think if the transmission were slipping,wouldn't it be all gears?I have had a stick for so long I can't remember.I blew one about 20 years ago.Since clutches are so much cheaper to replace,I went with that.Good luck! Greg
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Aug 06, 2014 | 2001 Honda Passport
There is NO DIPSTICK in the engine compartment.
On the side of the transmission, there are two plugs. You remove both plugs and fill one side with fluid, (not sure which side), until the fluid comes out the other drain plug hole.
One is lower than the other. Open the lower plug hole. If fluid begins to come out, then it's full.
I would suggest to leave it alone unless you suspect a real problem Do you see trans fluid on your driveway ? etc:
Reports indicate, do not leave trans fluid change too long for this vehicle. Check you hand book for proper interval.
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