This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. Recommended weight is 5W-20 of synthetic motor oil. I usually change mine out every 30,000 miles. Its usable if you need to limp back home or to a shop but shouldn't be left in long term. I've had friends use it in just about every manual Honda makes and it works. They could not find anything which I figured because it happens so intermittently.
No other parts synchros, gears showed abnormal wear. As another poster said though, they drain, fill, drain, and fill again. Don't be one of them. Other than the transmission, just follow the maintenance schedule in the owners manual. They could not find anything which I figured because it happens so intermittently. No other parts synchros, gears showed abnormal wear.
I recommend transmission fluid service at every 30K service for cars with automatic transmissions. Insert a funnel into the fill hole. Otherwise, I would keep it. Luckily, the steps for exchanging transmission fluid are pretty simple. Make sure to torque the bolts to proper specs. If you don't, tighten it firmly but not too much.
It would be best to have several attempts in the service history, not just the one from a year ago. The second one was totaled in an accident when it was 9 years old. The wear characteristics are like night and day. Mechanics have been amazed when the see the inside of my engines because they're so clean. This article applies to the Honda Civic 1992-2000. The new mixes with the old. I would also want only their fluid with their additives in it.
Full is to the top of the fill bolt. That way they would get almost all the fluid replaced. Hello All, We have a 2012 Honda Civic with 30,000k miles. Transmission fluid is what allows the. Civics are hands down, the best cars in their class.
Please if your submission gets removed or marked as spam. If the transmission fluid level on your Civic is low, you need to add fluid through the dipstick tube. A full report to follow. Pour each bottle of down the funnel. If you are having problems with the transmission in your Civic, such as clunky shifting or hesitation, check the fluid level first - it is amazing how many drivers pay thousands of dollars for transmission work when a half quart of transmission fluid would have fixed the problem.
The dealer says to use only 10W30 motor oil I'm surprised a dealer would say that; even though it's a good answer. Caveat Emptor, Amsoil may not be your best bet. Slide the end of the tube into the fill bolt hole and make sure it isn't too loose, so it won't come out while filling. My 2012 Honda was running hard and using a lot of gas. Subreddits you may also enjoy: You should not use any oil at all. And also, honda transmissions stay healthy with honda fluid. Don't be one of them.
Just a matter of switching the parts. Locate the filling bolt and the drain bolt on the transmission. If needed, remove the splash guard to gain access to the side of the transmission by removing the plastic screws holding it inside the fender. Step 4 — Re-install filler bolt Once you are finished filling the transmission fluid, remove the tube from the filler hole and allow the excess fluid to drain into the drain pan. AnswerIt's possible, just get the parts from a junkyard or possibly buy another car with a blown motor or rusted to death.