Transmission

Asked by May 20, 2016 at 07:47 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

How do you add transmission fluid to a 2003
Honda Element

4 Answers

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Behind the battery is the dipstick. Check the fluid level and use a long tapered funnel to add the correct amount of fluid through the dipstick tube. add slowly checking a few times between adding!

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You should not have to add fluid unless there is a leak or it was under-filled when last serviced.

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My friend put the finger in the hole past the threads and he said I need fluid not only that my car keeps popping out of gear when I'm driving on the freeway or whatever so I'm thinking I need transmission fluid how do I add it somebody please tell me

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Automatic or standard transmission?

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