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Where do i put transmission fluid

Wher do i put transmission fluid

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On the 1995 honda accord you haveto have the engine not running and the dip stick is in the front
on the trans case and it's marked yellow. Make sure the car is on level ground and do not over fill
. hope this helps you.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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Hi Shori1,

Thats the answer that you wanted, but I'm wondering if you know that to check the level, you need to have the park brake applied and the engine running....There will be two marks on the stick, one for cold fluid and the other for when the fluid is hot

Cheers for now

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Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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There is the dip stick tube. you have to use a funnel for this the trnas dip stick should be marked red. please rate this solution

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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