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How Often to Change Transmission Fluid

How Often to Change Transmission Fluid

As you may know, there are many fluids in your vehicle, from oil to coolant to windshield washer fluid and beyond. Transmission fluid is one of the important fluids in your vehicle, and it should be changed from time to time.

Your manufacturer’s maintenance schedule is the best schedule to follow for how often to change the transmission fluid. Be sure to keep the owner’s manual by your side in Slidell, Picayune, and St. Tammany Parish. When it’s time to change the transmission fluid, schedule an appointment at Honda of Slidell.

When to Change Transmission Fluid

How Often to Change Transmission Fluid

Most automotive experts will say that transmission fluid should be changed somewhere between 60, and , miles. However, if your vehicle comes with a manual transmission, it may need to be replaced sooner, around the 30,mile mark. Not sure of your transmission fluid and the last time it was changed? A service center will let you know if fluid replacement is needed.

When it comes to transmission fluid, the suggested time period will adjust based on transmission type, make, model, and how you drive the car. For example, if you’re often driving in extreme environments and climates and use your vehicle for towing almost every day, you may have to change the fluid after 15, miles.

Regardless of your transmission (manual or automatic), and how you drive, check the owner’s manual for more information about when to change this fluid, and the other fluids in your vehicle.

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How to Change Transmission Fluid

Are you a do-it-yourself expert? Consider changing the transmission fluid on your own time. You should let your car idle for a few minutes, then turn the ignition off, raising and securing the vehicle. Loosen the bolts, which allows you to tilt the pan and drain.

Clean the gasket surfaces on the pan and transmission housing, inspecting the pan for any signs of internal damage. The transmission filter and O-ring should be removed, with a new filter placed inside.

Continue on, lowering the vehicle and filling the transmission with the right amount of fluid. Start the car, warm it up, and then shut it off, checking for leaks in the process. If there are no leaks detected, move the shifter through the gears to ensure everything sounds good, checking the dipstick as the engine idles. You’re all set to hit the road once more.

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How Often to Change Transmission Fluid

If you don’t change the transmission fluid in your vehicle, it can lead to transmission issues. You may not be able to get the best possible performance from a car with a slipping transmission, so bring your vehicle to our service center for an appointment today.

We’ll take the time to change the transmission fluid and make any necessary repairs to the transmission if needed. Schedule an appointment on our website right now!

Keeping Your Car’s Transmission Road-Ready

If you’re a driver in Slidell, Picayune, and St. Tammany Parish, the Honda of Slidell team is here to handle your transmission needs. Schedule a transmission fluid change with our service center today!

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How to Check Your Transmission Fluid

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Part of owning and caring for a car is knowing how to check that everything is running properly, from oil to tires to transmission. Understanding how to check your transmission fluid can help prevent an unexpected visit to the Honda service center and keep you behind the wheel of a safer car around Arlington.

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Steps to Check Transmission Fluid

  1. Turn the car on. The engine should be warmed up to check the level.
  2. Find the transmission fluid dipstick. On front-wheel-drive cars, it&#;s usually located to the right of the oil dipstick. Check your owner&#;s manual if you&#;re having trouble finding it.
  3. Remove the dipstick and touch the fluid, moving it around between your thumb and forefinger. The fluid should be nearly clear, with a pink hue. If it looks dirty or gives off a burnt smell, take it to a service center for a replacement.
  4. Use a rag to wipe off the dipstick. Then insert it back into the vehicle. Pull it out again and check the level. If it&#;s under the &#;Full&#; marking, you&#;ll need to add more.
  5. Use a funnel to bring the fluid level up to full. Be sure not to overfill it.

If you run into any issues, feel free to check with Wolfchase Honda, providing service to customers from Arlington and beyond.

How Often Do You Check Your Transmission Fluid?

You should check the main fluid levels of your car monthly. That includes checking your transmission fluid, power steering fluid, and engine oil. As always, you can consult your owner&#;s manual for a more specific maintenance schedule.

Transmission Fluid Basics

Your transmission is one of the most complex parts of your vehicle. Before you check your transmission fluid, explore these tips:

  • Not all transmission fluid is the same, with different types for recent models, manual transmissions, and automatic transmissions. Your owner&#;s manual will recommend a particular type of transmission fluid.
  • Checking the fluid on a manual transmission will usually require a jack to access a plug located beneath the car. For most drivers, a visit to our service center near Cordova is more convenient.
  • If your vehicle hesitates before shifting gears, it might be due to low transmission fluid. However, it could be a sign of a more serious problem. Check the fluid level first, but if it&#;s fine, schedule service with us today.
  • You&#;ll want to replace your transmission fluid every 50, to , miles. The actual amount depends on your driving habits, type of transmission, and other factors. Check your owner&#;s manual for a more specific replacement interval.

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Are you aware of any data out there showing different lubricants performing better than HCF-2? My research has yielded very little data and lots of speculation. It seems that people don't agree with putting something other than OEM fluids in CVTs.

I'm very happy with how my AMSOIL SS is performing in my engine and I see they make a CVT fluid as well. I've always been a believer in higher quality fluids, but CVT is pretty new to me. My CVT fluid change is in 4k miles, so I gotta figure something out quick.
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How to Change the Transmission Fluid on a 2019 Honda Civic CVT Transmission

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Over time, your car’s transmission filter wears out, and we know you don’t want to miss the moment when this important part needs to be replaced. Professionals suggest that you replace the transmission filter about every 30, miles. There are several symptoms that can indicate your filter isn’t able to do its job properly.

The transmission filter may be blocked with debris, and in this case, you may hear a rattling noise. Sometimes a blocked filter can cause a burning smell or smoke. If it is harder to change gears, the reason may also be related to the transmission filter.

Honda Civic transmission fluid capacity

NOTICE: Do not mix HCF-2 with other transmission fluids.

Using a transmission fluid other than HCF-2 may adversely affect the operation and durability of your vehicle’s transmission, and damage the transmission. Any damage caused by using a transmission fluid that is not equivalent to HCF-2 is not covered by Honda’s new vehicle limited warranty.

If Honda MTF is not available, you may use the API certificated SAE 0W or 5W viscosity motor oil as a temporary measure. Replace with MTF as soon as possible. Motor oil does not contain the proper additives for the transmission and continued use can cause decreased shifting performance and lead to transmission damage.

Honda Civic transmission fluid capacity

TransmissionFluid CapacityFluid Type
SPSA automatic transmission (L engine)Initial Fill 3 quarts ( liters)
Total Fill quarts ( liters)
VTF06
SPFM 5-speed manual transmission liters (3 pints)Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N This fluid is compatible with Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
SPNM 6-speed manual transmission liters ( pints)Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N This fluid is backwards compatible with Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
SY1M manual transmission liters (4 pints)Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N This fluid is backwards compatible with Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
SPCA 5-speed automatic transmissionInitial Fill quarts ( liters)
Total Fill quarts ( liters)
SL

Honda Civic transmission fluid capacity

TransmissionFluid CapacityFluid Type
SPCA 5-speed Automatic transmissionTotal Fill quarts ( liters)
Initial Fill quarts ( liters)
SL
SPFM 5-speed Manual transmission3 pints ( liters)GLS Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
SPSA Automatic transmissionInitial Fill 3 quarts ( liters)
Total Fill quarts ( liters)
VTF06

Honda Civic transmission oil capacity

TransmissionFluid CapacityFluid Type
SZB 5-speed Manual transmission pints ( liters)GLS Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
SLW 5-speed Manual transmission pints ( liters)GLS Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
NRH3 5-speed Manual transmission pints ( liters)GLS Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
SLYA Automatic transmissionInitial Fill quarts ( liters)
Total Fill quarts ( liters)
VTF06
SZCA Automatic transmissionInitial Fill quarts ( liters)
Total Fill quarts (5 liters)
VTF06
SLXA 4-speed Automatic transmissionTotal Fill quarts (6 liters)
Initial Fill quarts ( liters)
SL
BMXA 4-speed Automatic transmission Total Fill quarts (6 liters)
Initial Fill quarts  ( liters)
SL

Automatic Transmission Fluid:

Always use Honda ATF-Z1 (Automatic Transmission Fluid). If it’s not available, you may use a DEXRON III automatic transmission fluid as a temporary replacement. However, continued use can affect shift quality. Has the transmission flushed and refilled with Honda ATF-Z1 as soon as it is convenient?

Insert the dipstick all the way back in the transmission. The transmission should be drained and refilled with new fluid according to the time and distance recommendations in the maintenance schedule. To thoroughly flush the transmission, the technician should drain and refill it with Honda ATF-Z1, then drive the vehicle for a short distance. Do this three times. Then drain and refill the transmission a final time.

The transmission should be drained and refilled with new fluid according to the time and distance recommendations in the maintenance schedule.

Manual Transmission Fluid:

Check the fluid level with the transmission at normal operating temperature and the vehicle sitting on level ground. Remove the transmission filler bolt and carefully feel inside the bolt hole with your finger. The fluid level should be up to the edge of the bolt hole. If it is not, add Honda Manual Transmission Fluid (MTF) until it starts to run out of the hole. Reinstall the filler bolt and tighten it securely.

If Honda MTF is not available, you may use an SAE 10W or 10W viscosity motor oil with the API Certification seal that says ‘‘FOR GASOLINE ENGINES’’ as a temporary replacement. However, motor oil does not contain the proper additives, and continued use can cause stiffer shifting. Replace as soon as it is convenient. The transmission should be drained and refilled with new fluid according to the time and distance recommendations in the maintenance schedule.

Honda Civic transmission fluid capacity

TransmissionFluid CapacityFluid Type
BDRA 4-speed Automatic transmissionTotal Fill quarts ( liters)
Initial Fill quarts ( liters)
SL
S40 5-speed Manual transmission pints ( liters)GLS Honda Manual Transmission Fluid, P/N
M4VA Automatic transmissionInitial Fill quarts ( liters)
Total Fill quarts ( liters)
VTF06
B46A 4-speed Automatic transmissionTotal Fill quarts ( liters)
Initial Fill quarts ( liters)
SL
B4RA 4-speed Automatic transmissionTotal Fill quarts ( liters)
Initial Fill quarts ( liters)
SL
M4RA 4-speed Automatic transmissionTotal Fill quarts ( liters)
Initial Fill quarts ( liters)
SL

5-speed Manual Transmission:

Check the fluid level with the transmission at normal operating temperature and the car sitting on level ground. Remove the transmission filler bolt and carefully feel inside the bolt hole with your finger. The fluid level should be up to the edge of the bolt hole. If it is not, add Genuine Honda Manual Transmission Fluid (MTF) until it starts to run out of the hole. Reinstall the filler bolt and tighten it securely.

If Honda MTF is not available, you may use an API service SG, SH or SJ grade motor oil with a viscosity of SAE 10W or 10W as a temporary replacement. An SG grade is preferred, but an SH or SJ grade may be used if SG is not available. However, motor oil does not contain the proper additives and continued use can cause stiffer shifting. Replace as soon as convenient.

The transmission should be drained and refilled with new fluid according to the time and distance recommendations in the maintenance schedule.

Honda Civic transmission fluid capacity

Check the fluid level with the engine at normal operating temperature.

  1. Park the car on level ground. Shut off the engine.
  2. Remove the dipstick (yellow loop) from the transmission and wipe it with a clean cloth.
  3. Insert the dipstick into the transmission.
  4. Remove the dipstick and check the fluid level. It should be between the upper and lower marks.
  5. If the level is below the lower mark, add fluid into the tube to bring it to the upper mark. Use Honda Premium Formula Automatic Transmission Fluid or an equivalent DEXRON II Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) only.
  6. Insert the dipstick all the way back in the transmission.

The transmission should be drained and refilled with new fluid every 24 months or 30, miles (48, km), whichever comes first.

Check the oil level a couple of minutes after shutting off the engine. Make sure the car is on level ground. Remove the transmission filler bolt. The oil level should be up to the edge of the bolt hole. Feel inside the bolt hole with your finger. If you do not feel any oil, slowly add oil until it starts to run out of the hole. Reinstall the filler bolt and tighten it securely.

Only use an API Service SF or SG grade motor oil with a viscosity of SAE 10W or 10W The transmission should be drained and refilled with new oil every 24 months or 30, miles (48, km), whichever comes first.

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When to Change Transmission Fluid


If you’re a resident of the Santa Ana, Tustin, and Rancho Santa Margarita area and you think it might be time to get your transmission fluid changed, chances are you’re right. But if you’re not sure, we have some information that may help you figure it out. Keep reading to learn more, and when it’s time, schedule a service appointment at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Irvine Auto Center.


Transmission Fluid Change

How Often to Change the Transmission Fluid

When it comes to determining the service intervals for your vehicle, the best place to look for information is your owner’s manual. In fact, that’s the place where you’ll find the best and most accurate service and maintenance information about all of your vehicle’s needs. Why? Because each vehicle is different and different parts require different service intervals.

In general, however, you can assume that your vehicle’s oil will need to be changed every 3, to 6, miles. That’s a huge window between services. And while some manufacturers recommend a ,mile transmission fluid change, others require it every 50, miles.

So when should you get this service done? Read below to learn the signs it’s time for a transmission fluid change.

 

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Shifting Troubles

Signs to Change the Transmission Fluid

You should check or have the service technician check the transmission fluid level and condition every time you get an oil change. Transmission fluid is generally a transparent red color, though it does come in other colors. As it gets older, breaks down, and begins to lose its integrity, it turns a darker color, but that’s just one of the signs. There are many more.

Here are a few signs that you need a transmission fluid change:

  • The transmission fluid is leaking from the vehicle.
  • You smell a burning odor from the vehicle.
  • There’s dirt or debris in the transmission fluid when checked.
  • Your vehicle is slow to shift.
  • The vehicle is loud when idling.
  • The vehicle jumps when shifting.
  • The vehicle makes a grinding noise when shifting gears.

These are serious signs that you need to get your vehicle’s transmission fluid changed. If you don’t see, hear, or smell any of these symptoms, you probably don’t need a transmission fluid change. That being said, it’s better to be safe than sorry, so getting the service done more often is better than waiting until it’s too late.


Schedule a Service Appointment

When it’s time to change your vehicle’s transmission fluid, be sure to take the vehicle to your local dealership service center for transmission services near Irvine. The service center at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Irvine Auto Center is a full-service vehicle maintenance and service center with everything you need to keep your vehicle running smoothly for years to come. We’re centrally located at 16 Auto Center Drive in Irvine, CA.

Our team is here in our service center to change your vehicle’s transmission fluid during our regular service center hours Monday through Friday from 7 am until 7 pm and Saturday from am until 5 pm.

Schedule a service appointment now to protect your vehicle from transmission damage.


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i bought the honda civic ex L automatic back in early june, so far, i have put just a little over 2,mi on it. Last weekend, when i opened the front hood just to give an idea of where everything is, i could not find the transmission stick.
1. Does any1 know where the transmission stick located? i know i still have a long way to go before i need to get the transmission fluid changed.
2. assuming there is no transmission stick, how do you check the fluid color and change the transmission fluid? normally you change it around every 50k or wait until the fluid gets really dark. And you can add new transmission fluid thru the tiny hole when you pull the transmission fluid stick out.

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Sounds like it is a sealed system. How do you check it? You don't. You change the fluid according to the maintenance schedule in your owners manual.

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Sounds like it is a sealed system. How do you check it? You don't. You change the fluid according to the maintenance schedule in your owners manual.

the manual didn't say how often you need to change it. if i remember correctly, i read somewhere that says you are suppose to change it every 25k mi. to me, that seems to be a little too frequent, especially w/out actually seeing the color of the fluid.
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According to that. You follow the maintenance minder system, if you drive under the conditions listed you change it it every 25, miles.

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I bet it's one of them "lifetime" fluids.
Filler hole likely to be one of the large head hex bolts somewhere on trannie top.

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I bet it's one of them "lifetime" fluids.
Filler hole likely to be one of the large head hex bolts somewhere on trannie top.

It definitely isn't a lifetime fluid in Honda's. But the way Honda does their transmissions is that there is a fill plug and a drain plug. You undo the drain plug and drain all the fluid out. You then replace the drain plug and undo the fill plug. You put fluid into the fill hole up to the edge of the filler hole. Then replace the filler plug. Job done. There is no dip stick to check the level.
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If you're still looking. You need to switch the car on (but keep the engine off), put the car in neutral, look by the air filter, below it is the transmission, if you have the car in manual you'll see the dipstick to top fill there.

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So, how often do you check your transmission fluid? It&#;s generally recommended that drivers check their transmission fluid once a month. Of course, if you tend to drive a lot or are often on gravel roads or other uneven surfaces, you&#;ll want to check more often. If you’re wondering how to check your transmission fluid, it’s as simple as following these steps:

  1. Turn your car on, as you’ll need to have a warmed up engine before you check your transmission fluid level.
  2. Find the dipstick for the transmission fluid. Front-wheel drive cars will typically have it located to the right of the oil dipstick. If you can’t find it by this method, check your owner’s manual to get a grip on where it is.
  3. Remove the dipstick and touch the fluid, moving it between your thumb and pointer finger. Healthy transmission fluid will be close to clear but have a little bit of pink to it. If you smell burning or the transmission fluid is dirty, it’s time to replace your transmission fluid.
  4. Wipe your dipstick off with a rag, then place it back in your vehicle. Pull the dipstick out again and check the level. If it’s below the marking that signifies if it’s full, it’s time to put more transmission fluid in.
  5. With a funnel, pour in transmission fluid until it reaches the full level, but be careful not to overfill it.

Whether you&#;re trying to check the transmission fluid of a Honda Civic, a Honda Accord, a Honda CR-V, or virtually any make or model, you&#;ll follow steps like the ones above. Having trouble? Stop by our service center, and we can help.

Other Transmission Fluid Facts

After learning how to check the transmission fluid in your Honda, it&#;s beneficial to learn about other transmission fluid facts! We have a few you should know:

  • Transmission fluid varies from car to car, with more recent model years having more sophisticated transmission fluid as well as different types of fluid for automatic and manual transmissions. Check your owner’s manual for which transmission fluid is recommended for your car.
  • If you drive a manual, you’ll often need a jack to find a plug located beneath the car. Unless you’re very skilled, this is a task best left to our service professionals.
  • If your vehicle hesitates as you shift gears, it could be the result of low transmission fluid or it could be the sign of something more serious. If this is the case, you are definitely going to want to schedule a service appointment.
  • 50, to , miles is a good interval between transmission fluid replacements.

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If you&#;re unsure how to check your vehicle&#;s transmission fluid or if you&#;re more comfortable leaving this service to the professionals, schedule an appointment with the Tempe Honda service center. We also offer service specials to help you save more on the services your vehicle needs. Contact us today to learn more about how often to change your oil, for transmission advice, or with any questions.

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