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Old 10-31-2004, 08:01 PM   #1
 
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Default Changing auto tranny fluid on 2000 acura integra gs

I have done manual tranny fluid changes but i have never done an auto tranny on this car..

can someon write post some brief steps on how to? is there a tranny filter on the integra auto tranny or is is just a drain bolt and fill through the dip stick? thanks

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I have done manual tranny fluid changes but i have never done an auto tranny on this car..

can someon write post some brief steps on how to? is there a tranny filter on the integra auto tranny or is is just a drain bolt and fill through the dip stick? thanks
just take the drain bolt out, clean the bolt off with a clean rag, tighten the drain bolt then fill it up via the dipstick and you are done.

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... And IF the fluid is brown or smells burnt, drive around a little & change it again. A couple times.

When you drain an auto trans, the torque converter doesn't drain, so you're only changing about 1/3 or 1/2 of the fluid.
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some guy told me that I could set the torque wrench that I have to 100 ft/lbs and then torque it, when it clicks torque it again at 81/ft lbs to have the torque add up to 181 ft/lbs
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Default Re: Changing auto tranny fluid on 2000 acura integra gs (JimBlake)

Shit, I should really do that on my 95ls, i haven't changed it ever!
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recommended changes should occur every 25k-30k miles.

it's about 60 bucks from the dealer. there is a great write-up at http://www.g2ic.com for doing a complete fluid change on a B18a integra, i'm sure the transaxle for the B18b and B18a are quite similiar, maybe some computer differences.

http://www.g2ic.com/forums/sho...fluid

note: you may have to be a member to view this...i'm not sure.
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Though the recommended interval is 25K-30K miles, I usually recommend 15K intervals. Fluid isn't that expensive and is easy to change, since there isn't a filter.

As posted above, a single drain and refill isn't going to change all the fluid. If you want to do a more thorough flush, do a triple flush as Jim Blake recommended.
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Here's another link:
http://www.c-speedracing.com/h...d.php
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Though the recommended interval is 25K-30K miles, I usually recommend 15K intervals. Fluid isn't that expensive and is easy to change, since there isn't a filter.

As posted above, a single drain and refill isn't going to change all the fluid. If you want to do a more thorough flush, do a triple flush as Jim Blake recommended.
how much would this run you in fluid?
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how much would this run you in fluid?
Remember only to use Honda ATF, because of the Z1 additive. I've seen the fluid sell anywhere from $2.50 to $4 per quart. A drain and refill will require 3 qts per change.
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http://www.c-speedracing.com/h...d.php

At this website it shows how to change the automatic transmission fluid on a B18C1 engine. I have an '01 Teg Ls B18B1. Are the procedures still the same?
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Um, yeah. That link shows how to change fluid in a manual transmission. LS vs. GSR should be the same. And on a manual, pretty much all of it drains out.

But we were talking about an automatic. Drain plug is on the bottom somewhere, but probably a little different than the manual. And you fill it thru the dipstick hole.
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What's a dipstick hole?
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What's a dipstick hole?
It's the hole, where the dipstick goes into the transmission. The dipstick is used to check the amount of ATF in the transmission.
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ahh my bad, yea that's the link to changing a manual transmission fluid. For the automatic, it's even easier. There's a plug on the transmission casing that a 3/8 socket drive will fit directly in it. Take the plug out and drain, then fill from the dipstick hole like Jim Blake indicated.
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nevermind...go with the link I posted above, it WILL answer your questions and give you thorough directions of what to do.
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