How do you check the transmission fluid in a Honda Civic?

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To check the level of transmission fluid in a Honda Civic you will look under the hood. There is a dip stick located to the back rear area of the engine. The one in front is the oil dipstick. Pull the stick out, wipe it off with a paper towel or rag and place back in the reservoir. Pull it out and check the level on the stick. There is a line etched on the stick. It needs more oil if it's below the mark and drained if it's above it.
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Remove the 11/16 sized bolt on the transmissions towards the passenger side. Keep adding with a 45 degree funnel till it starts leaking. Reinstall bolt.
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Call two Honda dealers service depts [more than one opinion] Use only Honda fluid.
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How to Check the Transmission Fluid in a Honda Civic
Transmission fluid provides proper lubrication for the gears inside a Honda Civic transmission. Running low on transmission fluid can cause tiny chips in the gears, eventually causing the transmission to go out and have to be replaced completely. Save... More »
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