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how to change 2001 civic automatic transmission fluid?

Is there a drain plug for the 2001 honda civic's automatic transmission and where?
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If I told ya there would be no reason for the "Search" feature. Yes there is one located on the passenger side of the transmission. Welcome to the forums and please search.
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found it on search, under drain bolt : p Some of the links are outdated but a diagram listing the bolts is toward the bottom of the posts for this link.

http://www.civicforums.com/forums/7-...tf-change.html
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yea there is a drain plug on the passenger side of the tranny pan and you need a 3/8th inch ratchet with no socket on it to take it out, than let it all drain out, clean off the end of the plug and fill it back up with about 3 quarts of honda atf, i just did mine yesterday
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found it on search, under drain bolt : p Some of the links are outdated but a diagram listing the bolts is toward the bottom of the posts for this link.

http://www.civicforums.com/forums/7-...tf-change.html
Sweet! I love the search feature.
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