How to Replace the Transmission Fluid on a 2001 Honda Civic?

Answer Honda recommends you change the transmission fluid in your 2001 Honda Civic every 120,000 miles. Changing the transmission fluid is a part of your Civic's scheduled maintenance, though not a routi... Read More »

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How to Replace a Washer Fluid Container in a 2001 Honda Civic?

Honda Civics are sporty two- or four-door car models. The windshield washer container in these vehicles is located on the passenger side, slightly in front of the front wheel. Replacing the tank is... Read More »

How do I Add Transmission Fluid to a 1999 Honda Civic?

The transmission in a Honda Civic works off hydraulic pressure to change gears. The transmission works smoothly when it has enough transmission fluid to create sufficient pressure. Too much or too ... Read More »

Where is the 95 Honda Civic transmission fluid reservoir?

There is not a transmission fluid reservoir on a 1995 Honda Civic or any other Honda. A transmission does not have a reservoir. Check your transmission dip stick to add fluid.References:Honda Civic... Read More »

Where Does the Transmission Fluid Go in a 1992 Honda Civic?

The automatic transmission in your 1992 Honda Civic uses Dexron III automatic transmission fluid. The fluid serves as a lubricant to the gears as well as a hydraulic fluid to power gear shifting.