what "fill BOLT"??
you fill the brake fluid reservoir that's on top of the brake master
cylinder,that's mounted on the brake vacuum booster on the
firewall.(directly over where your brake pedal is)
The reservoir has a grey plastic cap with wires on it that sense a low
fluid level and light a light on your instrument panel.
there are lines on the outside of the reservoir to show min and max fluid
Subject line and body of message do not match. I will assume opposite of
Jim Yanik and assume you mean the tranny.
The fill bolt is on the tranny casing vertical face that faces the right
wheel under the car.
The drain bolt is the round-headed 3/8" square drive one at the bottom. The
fill bolt (19mm hex) is immediately above that. Use a pick to scrape the
dirt out of the square drive to ensure the ratchet seats properly. you
don't want to round this one off.
You must be under the car to drain and fill, and the car MUST be level.
From an auto supply place, get one of those plastic bottle pumps that
attaches to the cap of a gallon bottle. You use that to pump the new oil
into the tranny. Stick the end of the pump into the quart bottle of Honda
MTF and use both hands to hold and pump.
Put an oil drain pan under the bottle you're pumping from. You WILL dribble
Sadly, it is no longer an issue. My daughter totled the car last week.
$9000+ damage on a car worth $4000.
The brakes were fine - she left some nice skid marks. Drivers on
rt 9 near Boston are another matter.
That was painful. I loved that car despite the color (white), dents,
scrapes, and advancing rust. Both fun to drive and utilitarian.
I replaced it with a 2005 RSX, Vivid Blue Pearl.
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