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Old 04-01-2005, 08:00 AM   #1
 
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Where is the easiest area to fill the transmission fluid on a 1990 Integra with a ls mosot. I heard the sppedometer cable area? Thanks
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Where is the easiest area to fill the transmission fluid on a 1990 Integra with a ls mosot. I heard the sppedometer cable area? Thanks
hope this one will help.. http://www.team-integra.net/se...D=644
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You can use the VSS, it's located on top of the tranny casing toward the top right (although you may have to move your intake hose out of the way if the stock one is still in there). You should see a kinda bulky looking thing with a bolt in it, loosen the bolt, lift it out, and that hole goes directly into your transmission.

I never do it that way however. I tend to just do it the traditional way, so I can see the fluid drip out of the fill hole. I use a longish clear extension hose attached to a funnel by a zip tie.

here is a pic of it from this write-up (for a Civic, but it's the same):
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hope this one will help.. http://www.team-integra.net/se...D=644
Wrong write-up, he wants to change his tranny oil, not replace his clutch fluid.
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hope this one will help.. http://www.team-integra.net/se...D=644

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Wrong write-up, he wants to change his tranny oil, not replace his clutch fluid.

ooppss my bad, there u go man Click the image to open in full size. thanks for head up ! Click the image to open in full size.

http://www.team-integra.net/se...D=301

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No problem, it's frickin early, us Cali people need our coffee before posting.
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No problem, it's frickin early, us Cali people need our coffee before posting.
that for sure Click the image to open in full size. have some coffe break, hit starbucks Click the image to open in full size.
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thats how i do mine, so much easier than the cable way ;P

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ooppss my bad, there u go man Click the image to open in full size. thanks for head up ! Click the image to open in full size.

http://www.team-integra.net/se...D=301

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So you can pull the speed sensor out of any B seriers tranny?? Wow that looks much easier then trying to fill it throught the fill hole.

But as you are filling it from the top cant you over fill the tranny? Or do you need to be carefull and actually measure out 2.3qt
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Make sure your car is level and take out the fill bolt. Fill through the VSS until the oil starts to flow out of the fill hole. That's it!

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But as you are filling it from the top cant you over fill the tranny? Or do you need to be carefull and actually measure out 2.3qt
It is slightly easier, you can either measure out the perfect amount (~2.3) or leave the fill hole open and let it dribble out when full. Since they are on different sides of the tranny, it won't spill out until you're done, so you don't have to keep the fill bolt in while filling from the VSS. I think it's a pain though, I still use my hoses, zipties, and a funnel, I am too lazy to undo an extra bolt.
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Ok thanks, I missed the part about pulling the fill bolt when you fill from the VSS
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