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Old 09-06-2005, 10:32 AM   #1
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Default Transmission fluid change on a 5-speed manual transmission?

My í99 LX only has 75,000 miles on it, but in another month Iíll have had it for seven years. Per the maintenance schedule, I was supposed to change the transmission fluid after 90,000 miles or six years.

My car is a 5-speed manual. Is there any transmission fluid in there that Iím supposed to change?
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Default Re: Transmission fluid change on a 5-speed manual transmission? (Heat)

it should be in the manual, theres no plug tho I think you have to take the casing off
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Default Re: Transmission fluid change on a 5-speed manual transmission? (Stealthman80)

Whoa... you have to take the casing off to change tranny fluid?

On most (all?) manual Hondas, there is a drain bolt located on the transmission. You can probably get to it from the front passenger side wheel well. I believe it takes a square 1/2" socket wrench to get it off. The fill hole is located above the drain hole.

Your best course of action is to pick up a Helms, Haynes, or Chilton book for your model Accord. It will come in handy for anything else you need to do.
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