You change change the ATF but don't flush. If you flush it, all the contaminants can be dislodged and stuck in places such as small oil holes. It is good for transaxle because it will take some of the contaminants out in the transaxle when you drain it. If I am not wrong, your car has a drain bolt on the bottom(on the side) and a filler on the top with dipstick. Be sure to take the dipstick out first to make sure you fill fluid and then open the drain bolt. As far as the Honda AFT, you can use it but it is going to be expensive but you can use any Dexron II/IIE, Dexron III fluid for your car. You can buy a Valvoline MaxLife® DEX/MERC ATF, Valvoline® DEX/MERC ATF, Valvoline DEXRON® VI ATF, or any other fluid meet your car specs. It is up to you, you can pick your choice of brand. The current fluid for all cars is Dexron VI, Dexron VI is the new stuff on the market and meets all previous specs. It can be used on you car. As for me, I would recommend use the Dexron VI on your car.
· 8 years ago