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Old 02-01-2003, 08:15 AM   #1
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Default Does 2000 Honda Accord have serviceable transmission and fuel filters?

I assume that I can change the transmission fluid by just draining the pan and adding Honda Dextron III....if there is no transmission fluid filter. Thanks.
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Default Re: Does 2000 Honda Accord have serviceable transmission and fuel filters? (UncleRay)

Nope no filter
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Default Re: Does 2000 Honda Accord have serviceable transmission and fuel filters? (OEMaccord)

there's a piece of sh_t...bug screen like filter, i bet my socks filter out better than the stock filter..
anyway, you can always add atf tranny cooler and add a inline filter..
inline filter=just like a motor filter but smaller in size. Click the image to open in full size.
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Default Re: Does 2000 Honda Accord have serviceable transmission and fuel filters? (iam7head)

the fuel filter is in the tank. There is no reccomended replacement interval, only needs to be changed on an as needed basis
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Default Re: Does 2000 Honda Accord have serviceable transmission and fuel filters? (jweller)

My dealership told me the transmission filter is way up in the tranny and it's a "life of the transmission" type of part, which given the notrious short life of Honda tranny's they are probably right. Click the image to open in full size.


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