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91 honda accord dx

On top of the transmission case is a pipe with no hose attached there was one once i can tell but i cant see where it could have connected

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  • Ed Woods
    Ed Woods May 11, 2010

    may have just been a breather. if no fluid comes out and trans shifts fine i would not worry to much. If needed a reputiable trans shop should be able to find and reattach in a few mins



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Manual transmission or automatic? Most likely this is the transmission vent. It may have had a short rubber hose hooked to it, 2 inches long. If this is the vent, it doesn't need the rubber hose on it to function.

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