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Old 10-19-2006   #1
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3 Quartz Of Trnsmission Oil And What Else?

Me and my father are gonna change my transmission oil tomorrow on my 01 civic coupe auto... So like an hour ago I went to the honda dealer to buy the stuff I need... So all I bought was 3 transmission quartz.... So when I get home he tells me let me see what you got and I show him and he says wheres the rest. I'm like what you mean wheres the rest and he says for it and leaves to him room.... Can some one help me out and tell me if theres something else I suppose to get?
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a trans drain plug crush washer. and thats it.
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hummm.... yeah, there isn't much to get. The filter is internal and you will have to take the transmission pan off to get to it, in other words it's not replaceable. All you do is take the drian plug off, drain about 3 quarts out, clean the drain plug, replace the drain plug and put 3 quarts in. You may need a funnel to put the new fluid in, it's not like the oil, you have to pour it down the hole the dipstick goes in, that's tricky without a funnel.
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its very easy to change....
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He probably thinks 3qt's isnt enough fluid. Other cars usually take more.
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