Where do you refill transmission fluid?

Asked by May 30, 2007 at 03:45 PM about the 1991 Acura Integra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Hi Sonia! Those it may seem impractical, you fill the transmission fluid through the hole that the dipstick comes out of. It may take a hose and/or funnel setup but that's the way it's done! Good luck!

Well, that makes so much sense, it's almost unbelievable! Thank you very much!

105

yep! at school we used basically a giant metal syringe (the size of my arm, haha)

35

durrr the tranny maybe

35

lil nob on top of tranny pulls off next to linkidge

35

that is sooooo wrong dude why would u put tranny fluid in the engine haha

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if it is a 5sp the fil plug is on the passenger side of the trans right above the axle. it should be a 17mm bolt. you use a long funnel with a flexable tube to pour it in until it pours back out. then plug it up.

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