How do I add transmission fluid to my Honda Odyssey?

How do I add transmission fluid to my Honda Odyssey?

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  1. Go for a quick drive to warm up the vehicle.
  2. Turn off the car.
  3. Pop open the hood.
  4. Locate the dipstick.
  5. Put the dipstick back.
  6. At the end of the dipstick are two holes.
  7. If the transmission fluid is low, put a funnel in your dipstick tube and slowly pour in Honda-specific transmission fluid.

How do I add transmission fluid to my 2004 Honda Odyssey?

Add Transmission Fluid: 1999-2004 Honda Odyssey EX 3.5L V6

  1. Remove Dipstick – Access point for transmission fluid.
  2. Add Fluid – Determine correct fluid type and add fluid.
  3. Replace Dipstick – Put the dipstick / cap back in place.
  4. More Info. – Additional information on adding trans. fluid.

How do you fill transmission fluid?

Step 2: Add fluid through a funnel. You can add more by inserting a funnel into the tube the dipstick was withdrawn from and pouring a small amount of automatic transmission fluid into the pipe. Check the level each time you add a little until the level is right between the two lines.

How do you add transmission fluid to a 2003 Honda Odyssey?

How to Add Automatic Transmission Fluid to a 2003 Honda Odyssey

  1. Open the hood of your Odyssey.
  2. Remove the transmission dipstick from the fill hole.
  3. Pull the dipstick out and note the level of fluid that it shows.
  4. Pour transmission fluid directly into the fill hole a little at a time.

How do you put transmission fluid in a 2002 Honda Odyssey?

Remove the jack stands and lower the van to the ground. Pop the hood and find the transmission fluid dipstick in the engine, above the transmission drain pan. Pull out the dipstick. Place a funnel in the tube and pour in three liters of transmission fluid.

How do you check the transmission fluid on a 2017 Honda Odyssey?

Transmission Fluid Level Check Honda Odyssey (2011-2017) EX-L 3.5L V6

  1. Remove Dipstick – Access point for transmission fluid.
  2. Check Level – Insert dipstick and pull it out to determine level.
  3. Add Fluid – Determine correct fluid type and add fluid.
  4. Replace Dipstick – Put the dipstick / cap back in place.
  5. More Info. –

Can I put transmission fluid in myself?

A transmission flush-and-fill from a shop will cost you $149 to $199. But you can do it yourself and save about $100. Draining the old fluid has always been a messy, ugly job. That’s because it has meant lying under the car, “dropping” the pan—and then getting drenched in fluid.