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Well, I have a 2001 civic auto. and it has around 34k miles and i drive my car pretty hard so i need to replace my atf. but i need to know which kind is the best and where can i get it??? I heard some people using mobile 1, the honda kind, and quaker state. thanks
__________________ 2001 Civic EBP Coupe Auto
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I just changed mine to Honda's Z1 ATF. Honda has different specifications for its ATF than other manufacturers. Most other manufacturers use Dexron III type ATF, while Honda and Chrysler use their own formulation.
__________________ 2001 Acura EL, 2002 Acura RSX Premium
alrite thanks but could u guys give me more info. on the synthetic kind?? and well there is a problem buying the honda kind b/c then i have to drive about an hour away to get to the honda dealer and buy the atf fluid.
Im using Motul synthetic ATF and my car runs perfectly, you should be changeing your ATF every 30,000, I change my motor oil every 3,000 with Motul Synthetic. its one of the best brands out there
From the Vigor site...
"Second, Acura recommends using genuine "Honda Premium Formula Automatic Transmission Fluid or an equivalent DEXRON® II Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) only." Many club members reported harsh shifting problems that were fixed by changing over to Honda's ATF. Apparently, the difference is significant enough that we recommend using only genuine Honda ATF."
__________________ 01 SSM em2 k24 hybrid
06 Red CBR600RR
01 SSM em2 built k24bar'd NA tune(till turbo time)...240.7 hp and 190.9 tq