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Old 01-28-2010, 10:36 AM   #1
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Default 1995 accord V6 transmission fluid

Hey guys, my brother has a 1995 accord v6 and he's wanting to know where to refill the transmission fluid. We found an online manual for this engine from an Acura Legend. The manual covers the drain process but doesn't cover the refill. There is a goldish bolt on top of the transmission with "ATF" printed on it but wasn't sure if this was it and I didn't want to start pouring fluid where it doesn't belong. Ideas?
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Default Re: 1995 accord V6 transmission fluid

Anyone have any experience with this at all?
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Default Re: 1995 accord V6 transmission fluid

Have you looked in the manual?

It shows you how to drain it and where to put the fluid.
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Default Re: 1995 accord V6 transmission fluid

There is a fill bolt about 2 inches above the drain bolt. ATF stands for Automatic Transmission Fluid. Use Honda/Acura fluid or equivilant only, NO DEX/MERC. Fill it until fluid starts running back out of the fill hole, then cap it
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