manjunk427: and ummm and ummm and ummmm ummmm umnmmmm ummmm and.....
Sovereign Knight: I checked my 97 accord se while cold and its up to the top hatch marks. I
let the car run for 5 min or until rpms drop from 1500 to 750. When I
checked it no atf fluid was on the stick. I assume this is a bad sign..
When I shut the car off and let it set for a minute I got a reading but it
was at the very tip of the stick. When I got this car I noticed that you
can feel the gears transition. 153k miles. Is that normal for a 97 accord?
I've got the f22b2 engine, stock.
MrLandrover21: 1:07- 1:20 THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!!
Jarrod Soto: All of you freaks are assholes lol
Serpentero0: Uhhh umm uhhhhh um um, um, uhhh....
Cassandra Wright: Thanks so much I used to go to the dealerships they did everything. Now I'm
n another state pretty much doing things myself. Hate to say I couldn't
find the dipstick so thanks and ofcourse I subscribed.
Michael Kusbel: Super cute, but remove umm from ur vocab. Thanks for the info!!
Safras Mohammed: Hi, is it necessary to check oil level while engine is running? is it
wrong if i check CVT oil level when start is off?
Patrick Wescott: great video
Fixbook: No problem, I'm gald it helped.
cs word: motor running when you check it or motor off? Thanks
Fixbook: your welcome
Fixbook: Your welcome
Hemant Kumar: why can't we change 25450-ray-003 element atf in Accord 2003 V6 Automatic
Gaylan Cooper: Thanks for taking the time to explain. I've never seen a dipstick that hard
to get to.
GEOOOOOORGEEEEEE: I have a2000 Honda Accord four door is it the same as the one you are
Fixbook: I don't quite understand, what do you mean "doesn't lock into gear"? Does
the car just move slowly while the engine revs?
Acc0rd79: Video for a 91 Prelude would be great man! Thanks
LFDS94: Man didn't think it was that hidden but thanks u helped a lot
Fixbook: lol I know I'm working on it
Fixbook: lol well I'm glad I could help you find your dipstick, thanks
Fixbook: Motor off, and at operating temperature; you'll know that it's reached
operating temp if the coolant fan comes on.
Fixbook: No problem, thanks for commenting.
Fixbook: Oh, thanks for the tip.
Fixbook: Your welcome
Fixbook: Yes, I make a different ATF check video for lots of cars because the
conditions vary per car manufacturer.
Fixbook: No problem.
calypsomorena: Thank you!!! I been looking for months but couldn't remember where it was...
Lexii b: Thank you i have been looking for my dipstick for over a month :)
Quentin Pongratz: Thanks. Video helped me out.
Alex Vecchies: got a 97 civic 4 d auto never had auto had stick but no luck !!! car shifts
hard what could be the problem????
pksmith8313: Thank you ya was very helpful i couldnt find dipstick,agin THANK YOU!!!
3agibs: Thank you.
Mike Morgan: They hid that dipstick well! Thanks for the video.
hp11208: UHM ok lo.
jake ounce: Actually, you wait 60 seconds after turning the engine OFF, then check it.
wingedsesshy: i think it is for all vehicles that the best way to check is to start it up
go through all the gears real slowly then shut the engine off and check it
while it is still warm.
Dennis Canon: You have to STOP saying UHM in your sentences. But always like your vids.
Thanks for making them.
Fixbook: Your welcome, glad I could help.
Fixbook: Yeah, just make sure everything is clean before doing so.
dryroasted99: Good Information. please do more Honda accord videos! Thanks!
bedrocbedrock69: Cool gringo jaja
thweepz: when mine is cold the fluid reads at the first line. then when warm its at
the hot mark. i guess im good
nixa espinola: wow, thanks a lot for this video! Very helpful :):):):):):)
wingedsesshy: Holy hell! I'm glad that this is on the net, here I am about to take an 18
hr. trip soon and couldn't find where the sneaky ass Japanese hid the
TheeAlonso: Thanks for the video Bro, much appreciated
Hector Rivas Enriquez: thanks
Robby Chacon: If its needs more fluid, can i add it thru the openning where the dipstick
sixfeetofsmoke: Great video, just one quick question im still trying to clear up.. on my 95
civic automatic is it correct to check the fluid with car running or turned
off and warmed up for the correct accurate reading. I checked with the car
running and the whole dipstick is covered with fluid BUT when the car is
turned off hot or cold there is no fluid at all dipstick is bone dry so im
very confused on if it's overfilled or low on fluid... any correct info on
this would be highly appreciated Thanks