Asked by Apr 02, 2009 at 03:29 PM about the 1991 Acura Integra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

how do i put my transmission fuel in, do i need a special machine?

3 Answers


you need a special funnel that has a platic tube on the end of it so that you can feed the transmission fluid into it. it is manual correct?


you could really get away with finding a tube big enough to fit the container then just put that into where the trans fluid goes and youll be find you could save some money that way if funds are low...


if you're trying to put fuel in your transmission, you need to read the owner's manual again before even popping the hood. Now, manual transmission acuras have a drain and a fill level bolt plug both very close to where the passenger side axle goes into the transmission. Common sense should tell you this anyways, but i'll say it anyways: remove the fill plug before removing the drain plug, or else you're SOL if you can't get the fill level bolt to budge...

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