Electric AEsahaettr: And then the guy like "Im gonna burn rubber for fun" MF..WHAT RUBBER?! Thanks man for the vid though
sashariel hung: the clunky is most likely from motor mounts and transmission mounts are going or went
Derp Dood: I have a 1999 honda accord v6 coupe 3.0. When I bought it (for a really cheap price) the guy basically said that the transmission was done. I changed the oil, the radiator (since the previous one was blown) and did a few other things to it. Well during the summer I realized that I had to warm my car up for about 20 minutes before driving. Annoying yes. Necessary yes. I checked the ATF fluid levels and to my surprise it had gone down since I last checked it. I looked by the Driver's side wheel well and it turns out that there's a leak coming from the right side (towards the passenger side) of the transmission. I don't frankly know what it is, but as soon as I filled it to the required amount of transmission fluid, and warmed it up for about 10 minutes, it ran fine for a couple months. Now its acting up again and to be honest, I love this car. I just don't like the transmission that honda put in this and the amount of fuel that it consumes. If I have the time, I'm planning on dropping the transmission and replacing the transmission filter, solenoid, etc. Or maybe buying a rebuilt transmission and putting that in. I dunno yet.
Nathan Mayo: WTF
JDHammondman: thongs and kicking? Broken bricks? you are a glutton for punishment. That's some burned up fluid (past burnt). Tin foil was never gonna work. buying or borrowing the atf bolt fill socket would.
Now, looking at that fluid and particles, what do ya think the trans filter looks like? answer: best get that replaced
M1NH5AN3: Btw you can use the jack handle as a breaker bar to loosen the stuck drain plugs. Sounds like obvious idea but that helped me out immensely lol
Derek Noto: for motor mount bolts I recommend spraying them 24_ 48 hours prior with liguid wrench or on blaster and you gonna need long 1/2 in extension swivel socket and preferably a breaker bar cause those bolts are on there good
Derek Noto: ohh yeh small square block of 2by4 on jack between oil pan when jacking
Derek Noto: no it is not an easy job getting the mount is difficult you have to Jack your engine up off mount but before that you need to loosen other mounts not totally take off just loosen.let me give you some advice so you don't make the same mistake I did on 02 v6 coupe before jacking engine up unplug a.c. compressor and take your battery and tray out because when you jack the engine up your transmission line and a 350 trans solenoid is under tray.I broke my wire to compressor cause not unplugged and I smashed the solenoid and hardline so my car would not shift and a.c. did not work after and I had to go to junkyard. to replace all.all is good now good luck.you should probably loosen trans mountsnif not already broke.mine were broke prior to project. so I did not worry with it I just replaced them after motor mount were done
Derek Noto: the rear one is the one that makes your car clunk into gear if it is bad.I would replace front and rear and also the trans mounts are right behind driver wheel and they are inexpensive and easy to change.soon as you take wheel off you can see if they are broke
Miguel Colon: how many quarts it takes after flush
Derek Noto: another reason for your car clunking into reverse while cold is a blown or worn motor mount I replaced mine and that fixed my rough shifting while driving and while shifting from park to reverse
exnjute: Hey Chris, I hope you put some new tires on your car. Those will kill you.
Kris Ryan: OMG I mean wtf that seems so difficult, smh
Momma Baer: you mention the fluid is 10 bucks a bottle, now do you use new oil everytime you repeat the flush?
rellik187redrum: 6" nav, eek......
Patrick Mitulescu: dude ur awesome, i love how u used sandals to kick that bolt lmao
Pat G: What does the sound of the "clunk" tell you about the transmission?
trini_gamer_ Reyad: he try to kick open d thing😂😂😂
Dave White: run it for a week or 3 then repeat with 3 quarts, then again run it for another week and change with 3 more quarts, these also hold fluid in other areas and the bell housing it takes a lot to really give them a complete flush
Honda Automatic Transmission Fluid Change (1998-2002 Accord)*5
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